Before I write further, let me declare that I’m not supporting BJP. BJP is the biggest alternative to Congress in India at this point of time, but I’m not 100% sure whether BJP is the best alternative. I just don’t trust any party anymore.
Yesterday’s bomb blasts have proved for the 1000th time that Congress has failed on all fronts to provide a ‘good’ government to India. Corruption, scams, inflation, poverty is all time high and we seriously need a new governance. As expected everyone, who should be held responsible is acting ‘clueless’. The media reporters as idiotic questions like “who’s behind the attack” – which lead to no action. No pressure on Government and so on.
Surprisingly, the messiah of the poor, the ‘Padyatra Guy’, young, dynamic Rahul Gandhi is nowhere to be seen near the site. I wonder where’s he hiding at this time. Why don’t I see him offering help at the blast site or even visiting the victims. The Rahul Gandhi show is flop now.
I believe the root of all evil lies in our useless, dull (and highly educated) Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. And I am now strongly supporting making Narendra Modi the Prime Minister of India. And this is not the decision I’ve formed just overnight. I’ve heard about his development activities in Gujarat. I’ve heard praise for Modi from countless people who’ve lived in Gujarat and have visited Gujarat for business. I believe he’s one independent decision maker who’s the power to silence people and lead development activities. The most striking thing is, even though Gujarat is so closer to Pakistan – there’s no single blast in Gurajat! If Narendra Modi in Gujarat can keep their state safe,why can’t these congressmen in Mumbai do the same.
I’m even wondering how R.R. Patil is back to power after 9/11 attack? It’s, I believe the 2nd blast in Mumbai during his tenure. I’m even wondering why he’s not being held accountable for the loss of so many lives. The answer is – the Government in Delhi is not a decision maker. They’re just the puppets controlled by whoever offers them ‘money’.