Political Frustration of a Star Neta

If Rahul Gandhi is a rising star, then I would definitely say that Shatrughan Sinha is a falling star and it may be very difficult for him to regain his lost reputation. There is a saying that ” When a child is born, the child learns how to speak-But throughout his/her life the child learns what to speak?. I think Shatrughan Sinha does not know this lesson of life. It is very strange and unfortunate to read that Shatrughan Sinha has been behaving in an irresponsible and rebellious manner in last 2-3 months. His high level of frustration and ambitions to be a Minster are clearly visible from his statements.

He often appears on TV and states that BJP is his first and last party. This is a double standard. He has been attacking on BJP leadership in an opportunistic manner. It looks that Shatrughan is becoming a “SHATRU” (enemy) of his own party, showing his DIALOGUE GUN to the party leadership and a ‘MITRA” ( friend) for opposition parties. Is this a reflection of loyalty to the party and behaving in a disciplined manner? If he has issues and concerns, he should discuss them inside the party forum or explain his stand and views in ‘APKI ADALAT’ programme. He has no patience at all.

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He appears on TV and only speaks dialogues. The best advise to him would be that he should undergo one month YOGA and MEDITATION course with Baba Ramdev in Haridwar in order to learn how to control himself and behave in a responsible manner. When he knows that his political reputation is being impaired, it is always good and sensible to remain “KHAMOSH’ for a while.

This strategy will help you to earn your diamonds again.

7 Comments

  1. If only BJP had to understand this man and give him his due, they would have gained so much in Bihar elections. There are some forces in Bihar BJP are strongly opposed to Sinha and they still don’t seem to know him. He is trying hard to gain the trust of BJP top brass but they equally despise him for no reason.

    As far as I am concerned Mr.Sinha will be better off with Nitish than in BJP. I am sure Nitish would give him enough importance and respect which BJP failed to give. I am simply not able to understand why BJP recognizes fools like Sakshi Maharaj or Kailash Vijayvergemore than a sane minded person like Mr.Sinha. Who is better here Mr.P L Joshi?

    • Thanks for your comments.
      1) In politics, comparisons are not made. Politics is a game of opportunism, timing and negotiations. There are no permanent friends and enemies in politics.
      2. If a sagacious, self respected and competent politician feels that he/she is being overlooked for whatever reasons are, such a politician should either fight smartly within the boundaries of the parties rank and file or keep quiet, have patience for good time to come and maintain loyalty to the party. If cannot do these, then resign from the that party and gain self respect.

      3. If the politician is keeping left leg in the party and moving his right leg thinking to move either in RJD/JDU or Congress, then it is not a fair game rather is of opportunism and distrust.

      4. There are always ups and downs in politics, however, if one have patience and maintains loyalty to the party, one day the fruits will be there. For example, take the case of our current President of India, his excellency, Pranab K. Mukerjee. What happened to him in Congress just after untimely demise of Indira Gandhi?. However, despite all these, he maintained strong loyalty to the Congress. For any reason, he could not become PM of the country, but Congress ultimately rewarded him for his loyalty, competency and fascinating leadership. He was chosen the candidate for Presidentship and got elected. He is the most respectable name in Indian political scenario.

      I can only wish the Star Neta all the best.

  2. An excellent article to read. I agree with the author that in politics, after having cast one’s lot with a political party, one has to be loyal and dedicated. Give time for fruits to bear. Same applies also to employment.

    • Nelson Lewis preaches, “having cast one’s lot with a political party, one has to be loyal and dedicated”

      This does not apply to B N Pai or any supporter of the Congress Party!

      • “This does not apply to B.N. Pai or any supporter of the Congress Party!,” by B.N. Pai.

        You have mentioned this, because you suffer from guilt complex. On this forum you have been unashamedly defending the Dynasty members at all times, even when they have intentionally committed blunders to fool the people, misgovern the country, make money on the sly, etc.

        Filmstars have chamchas, so also the Dynasty has and one is totally devoted and committed to them. He sing praises of them, does prayers for their good health and prosperity and before you tipple you raise a toast for your icons. How sweet and considerate of you? The High Command will be highly pleased with you.

        Show the same dedication to your icons and, who knows, one day your efforts will be encashed with rewards. Probably, they will appoint you as a ……or a ……..to one of the Dynasty members. Pai Saheb, joog, joog jiyo ………………

        • Nelson Lewis – “On this forum you have been unashamedly defending the Dynasty members at all times, even when they have intentionally committed blunders to fool the people, misgovern the country, make money on the sly, etc.”

          Some Perdru always says all Indian politicians have intentionally committed blunders to fool the people, misgovern the country, make money on the sly, etc. He has not approved even a single political party. That suffices by way of answer to the allegation made against me.

          Now, as regards the allegation, “On this forum you have been unashamedly defending the Dynasty members at all times”, I have to state that I never voluntarily blown my trumpet, but only rebutted whenever the Congress is unduly accused. Since accusing Congress has become a fashion on this forum till recently, my rebuttals give a wrong impression that I use this forum to glorify Congress. Should I not rebut when accused of? Is it fair-play and natural justice to deny one his right to defend, when accused of? I am sure Congress will not allow India to become a ‘banana republic’!

          His misplaced sense of personal ego does not allow Nelson Lewis to admit the fact that he wants to shift from India due to the present dispensation. Poor fellow!

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