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My Take is my comments posted on different websites - Punyatma Sharan

July 26, 2017

  • Created on Wednesday, 26 July 2017 20:57
  • Published on Wednesday, 26 July 2017 20:57
  • Written by Punyatma Sharan, Founder/CEO - PolityIndia.Com, has a BA (Political Science) from India and MBA (Finance) from USA.
It was a very well planned move and the movie was being shot for the last 3-4 months and it was finally released on July 26th and it culminated in Nitish Kumar dumping RJD to again join NDA...Nitish Kumar was just waiting for the right opportunity and it came when Lalu Prasad Yadav said that his son would not resign...NK was desperate to dump LPY for sometime but he also wanted to salvage his reputation...My sources tell me that Nitish Kumar was giving all the information to Sushil Kumar Modi about LPY's family...He reasoned that being called OPPORTUNISTIC is a lesser evil than being associated with a corrupt family...Even though as much as we want, it would be naive on our part to talk about PRINCIPLES in politics... When our politicians talk about principles and honesty, their statement is as true as a man saying that he buys PLAYBOY magazine to read the articles...
 
I simply do not care that who and which party is governing the state as long as there is development...Let us hope that the new synergy of JD-U and BJP would do something good for Bihar... I am also going to quote my friend / sister Ratna Purkayastha when she said that सुबह का भूला शाम को घर लौट आये तो उसे -नीतीश कुमार कहते हैं...

NK should be declared an authority on U-Turn politics... 

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