Tomorrow, the Narendra Modi government, the first non-Congress government with majority, is completing one year in office.
Given the momentous nature of the event, the Modi government, the Bhartiya Janata Party and other parties of the National Democratic Alliance are celebrating the feet with élan.
Narendra Modi is addressing rallies. Arun Jaitley is issuing statements. MPs are visiting and are to visit constituencies and cities to spread the word about achievements of the government. Rallies, exhibitions and pressers are being organized and several events are to be held. The official version of rallies are to be from May 26 to 31.
And as expected, the political opposition is going all out to oppose the government, showing it in a negative light of failures, empty promises and plain rhetoric.
Given the state of political affairs and style of politics in the country, it is to continue.
The Modi government will says it has done everything right and is well on the day to make an India it has promised and its opponents will deny every such claim.
After all, we don’t talk of and expect ethics and substance in the politics of the day anymore.
©/IPR: Santosh Chaubey – https://santoshchaubey.wordpress.com/