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As soon as the elections come, the objectionable statements of the leaders start. BJP leaders used to lead in this sequence long ago, now Congress leaders have taken their place. Congress President and veteran leader Mallikarjun Kharge also did not lag behind in this rhetoric. He called Prime Minister Narendra Modi poisonous in a meeting in Karnataka on Thursday. At least this was not expected from Kharge sahab.
Instead of talking about issues, matters and problems, when leaders start making personal attacks on each other, it is a reflection of their frustration, disappointment and frustration.
Actually, this has become a custom in the Congress. Whenever it is on some edge in the elections, one or the other makes such statements, the result of which ultimately the party has to suffer. From Mani Shankar Aiyar to Kharge, there are many such examples which proved to be harmful for the Congress.
When leaders start making personal attacks on each other, it is a reflection of their frustration, disappointment and frustration.
Many times such statements were opposed in the party itself. Many a times, the Congress itself has distanced itself and said that the party has nothing to do with this statement. But now the party president himself has got entangled in such rhetoric, why would he say anything? Who will oppose them? Yes, the BJP can definitely launch a strong campaign against this statement, which may benefit the BJP, but it is likely to cause a bigger loss to the Congress.
Well, not only in terms of elections and political parties, but even in general, how can anyone make such a public personal attack on anyone? … and why should you? After all we are part of a strong democracy. Freedom of speech may not mean that you start speaking anything! The one you are accusing, he also has some personal freedom.
PM Modi will hit the ground running on April 28 to campaign for the Karnataka assembly elections. Voting is to be held here on May 10.
Now it is a different matter that by making such statements, Kharge Saheb himself wants to set a new example for the party by getting caught in a defamation case like Rahul!
Overall, the Election Commission should decide whether it is time for elections or any other, what should be the language of the leaders? They are accusing someone so what evidence do they have for this? And if they are saying something without proof, then to what extent can they speak? What can you say? But the Election Commission has its own illusion. He has to walk with power. He cannot stay away from discrimination. In such a situation, justice cannot be expected from him either.
After TN Seshan, even the Election Commission no longer has the guts to call the truth the truth and the lie a lie.