Archive for January, 2019

Lok Sabha elections in India are around the corner and all the major parties are busy right now to tie up with smaller ones spread over the whole country.
BJP, the ruling party, has the burden of convincing the people about the impact of the dreadful demonetization, which shocked the people to some extent for a couple of years. But in due course, the BJP managed to overcome the threat by convincing the people about the better part of this shocking event.
The Congress and the leaders of some senior parties have a bunch of facts that could influence the people to some extent.
In short, no one can predict the results of this general elections because, there are innumerable parties that are for or against the BJP or the Congress.
Anyway, the smaller parties can upset the trend by playing their game carefully. Let’s wait and see.

Freebies

Of late, we hear a lot of announcements from various states in India about freebies in the form of Money, or food items, or dresses, in connection with some annual festivals and so on. The ruling parties may find some major obstacles from opposition parties but the state governments are fully aware of these objections which are ignored by the people as a whole. But when the general elections or state elections are round the corner, politicians themselves ignore about these matters and go ahead with their routine promises.
In short, the ruling parties and the opposition parties search for some other benefits which won’t stand in the way during the elections, come what may.

Somewhat bright, but so cold!

“Sunset and evening sky… keep the doors wide open.” “Yeah! My lord.” Sun is bidding good night, but it is not dark as yet. Sun looks bigger than ever against the background of almost six to seven colors! There is absolute silence or occasional wow!
But right now, it is still evening… still bright. But we keep saying, “This is what we call bone chilling”.
Can’t help, can’t help and we go to bed as early as possible. “Oh Sun, why is it so cold?” “Right now, we are in a hill station, boss!”