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Politicians Get Busy in Making Personal Comments; National Issues Seems Turning the Secondary Ones

April 28
18:05 2014

politiciansNew Delhi, Monday, April 28 – General Elections of 2014 are in progress, but it seems as if real national issues are lost somewhere these days as popular leaders of the country are busy in attacking each other while addressing rallies in different regions.

Prime ministerial candidate of Bharatiya Janata Party Narendra Modi being the main to point of attack is replying to the attackers, who crossed their limit on more than a few occasions. A day ago, Farooq Abdullah – the Union Minister and Parliamentary Candidate – mentioned that if Modi wins this year’s polls, then Kashmir will no longer be part of our country. The senior leader did not stop till here. He even attacked on electors and stated let Modi voters should jump into the sea.

The level of argument has been up this time between BJP and the Congress. BJP leaders seem in no mood to spare Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi and entire party on Robert Vadra. On Sunday, Bharatiya Janata Party released a video targeting Sonia’s son-in-law.

In the midst of Gandhi family’s attacks on Modi over and over again on the Gujarat model, the party hit back at the Congress by show up a video and a booklet on Vadra and land deals. It is considered sharpest attack of the party on Vadra by this time.

JDU leader Shakuni Chaudhary lately made a controversial statement about Modi stating that he will bury him. A slip of the tongue followed by apology has been common these days. Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev heated the controversy when he was found quoting that Rahul Gandhi visits houses of Dalits for honeymoon and picnic.

Not only Congress supporters, but also the common mob criticized Ramdev’s remark. Priyanka Gandhi, who is campaigning for his brother in Amethi, and actor turned politician Smriti Irani opened war of words a couple of days ago. Frequent remarks in past few weeks have gotten sharper and bitter amongst contesting parties and various politicians, making people think why to exercise their franchise in favor of such leaders who have kept basic and prominent issues like unemployment, illiteracy, inflation, water & power supply etc. in a side.

On one hand, voters are in confused state, while on the other hand, political leaders are addressing rallies on the grounds of personal life. There is no need to be involved in such things that are meant to hurt human sentiments. Residents are eyeing a healthy election that could open new ways into jobs of various sectors, makes inflation to come down and school and education fee affordable for middle and lower class families and aren’t interested in electing a party that is always up to sharpen attacks on the other group over and over again. It would be curious to watch how far does the personal comments go. Would it stop now or continue until the final phase of voting gets over.

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