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by System Administrator - Thursday, 12 February 2015, 3:59 AM

By: M.S.Yatnatti Editor and Video Journalist: BJP is apparently not learning lesion after historical and humiliating defeat in New Delhi. BJP need to protect the democracy and should not poke its nose in the internal matters of JD (U). Reportedly Former Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar paraded 130 MLAs before President Pranab Mukherjee on Wednesday to underline his claim to form government in the state. Earlier on Tuesday, Nitish flew for Delhi along with two planeloads of MLAs and leaders of supporting political parties to mount pressure on governor Keshari Nath Tripathi against delaying a decision on the political stalemate in Bihar. Former Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar had played some time back the tape of Modi on bringing back black money from abroad and failing to do so,.All non BJP parties are demanding that center should respect state voters choice and allow such Government to function without interference . Explaining the social engineering during his regime, Nitish said he always tried to take along every caste and section of the society.

Reportedly Prime Minister Narendra Modi's wasted more time in elections and politics than doing development of the country and forgotten "Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas" and forgotten his own promises made to nation. It is time for Modi to work on development .Reports coming in from Delhi :The Aam Aadmni Party (AAP) has not only won an unprecedented landslide victory in the Delhi assembly election, but 45 of their candidates, out of 67 who won, decimated their opponents by a margin of 20,000 votes or more to storm into the 70-seat assembly.In a historic election 2015 that would and could be far-reaching implications for India's politics and its policies, Narendra Modi, a rank outsider to Union Governmentpolitics, has failed to deliver after becoming prime minister of India of diverse nation of 1.2 billion people, and AAP storming into its citadels of power by decimating the BJP party that has ruled since may 2014 failed to reach people of Delhi with any development and it failed to slve any problem of Delhi. Once Kejriwal and AAP, will takes oath of office of Chief Minister of Delhi he will reportedly said that "He will fulfill All promises made to the people of Delhi and his responsibility is increased and he will take central government into confidence and avoid confrontation with center .

Reportedly Barack Hussein Obama played an indirect role in the Delhi elections, albeit unwittingly and unknowingly? The US President's high voltage parting town hall speech at Siri Fort auditorium dropped into the febrile pre-election ground in Delhi, and in a strange way, seemed to have struck a chord. In the midst of this dissonance, Obama's speech resonated. "Nowhere is it going to be more necessary to uphold (religious faith) than in India. India will succeed so long as it is not splintered on religious lines."His visit came at a time when the rumblings from the loony fringe of the saffron establishment were relentlessly in the news with the kind of talk on "ghar wapsi" and "ramzaade-haramzade" that made the urban Indian deeply uncomfortable. From economic development and cleaning India, the national discourse appeared to have been overtaken by strange men asking women to have four children, or churches being 'vandalized'. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's silence provided fodder to the critics who felt that "Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas" was a ruse which was discarded after the elections in 2014 and it was going to be 'back-to-basics' now and all the more damage was done by kind of talk on "ghar wapsi" and "ramzaade-haramzade and churches being 'vandalized' in New Delhi and PM silence on the subject and center did nothing. Reportedly Obama's criticism did put the spotlight on the utterances by Hindutva hawks of BJP which distracted attention from the Modi government's development agenda and put off an influential section of the youth and educated women who participated in Modi's thumping victory in 2014, where the dominant theme was something they signed on to - a better economy, development, and an opportunity for a better deal for themselves and their children. Having four children OR ten children was not part of the plan.

Reportedly the Modi government is likely to alter the course of its arrogance and ensure reforms but is expected to include more "pro-people" initiatives that have a visible impact. For a government that has spent the first eight months talking of pro-people reforms in governance, the verdict in Delhi is expected to prompt a rethink to ensure that the approach followed by it has "greater connect" and it needs to deliver god times..

Coming out to the balcony of AAP's Patel Nagar office to address supporters at 11.45am, Kejriwal's message was one of humility. "I request all workers and MLAs, zara bhi ahankaar mat karna. Congress ka jo haal hua woh ahankaar ki wajah se hua. BJP ka jo haal ho raha hai, woh ahankaar ki wajah se. Hamara bhi yahi haal hoga agar hum ahankaar karte hain (Don't get arrogant. Congress and BJP were defeated because of arrogance and we will meet the same fate if we become arrogant)," he said.