The Uttarakhand dilemma

The Uttarakhand dilemma

DSM Satyarthi

In its long comparatively destructive rule, instead of the constructive one, Congress has believed not in taking the Sukr’ts in its confidence ever.

Uttarakhand is once again the prey of this same age-old traditional policy of Congress.

Congress never believed in playing fair with the Jan Gañ Man Adhināyak of India.

It practically never believed that the Jan Gañ Man Adhināyak of India is actually its Bhāgý Vidhātā

Its treatment with Anna Hazare and his team is its recent red-hot example.

Congress believes in making its government, by hook or crook, wherever it’s possible.

Is it democracy?

I don’t think so.

In Chhattisgarh Congress wanted to impose the ever-corrupt Ajit Jogi.

Congress tried its best until the people of Chhattisgarh didn’t take the adamant decision to keep Congress out of power determinedly.

They have chosen Dr. Raman Singh their leader to bring their dreams come true.

Similarly, in Madhya Pradesh the ever self-praising ever unashamedly anti Hindu, Dig Vijay Singh, was Congress’s destructive leader.

He destroyed Madhya Pradesh until he was not kicked out by its electoral.

The people of Madhya Pradesh gave him ten years consecutively.

He destroyed Madhya Pradesh to the extent that ultimately the people of Madhya Pradesh had to vow to keep Congress out of power to get rid of Dig Vijay Singh.

Now the similar drama is being enacted in Uttarakhand.

B. C. Khanduri is the popular public leader there.

But unfortunately, he doesn’t believe in the ever-destructive practical policies of Congress.

He has his faith in BJP.

Our ever-undemocratic ever-arrogant Congress could not bear it.

It divided BJP in Uttarakhand similarly as it did in Uttar Pradesh.

Uttarakhand was a part of Uttar Pradesh once.

Congress has lost its popularity not only in Uttar Pradesh, but in Uttarakhand as well.

In Uttarakhand since 9 November 2000 till date, we find only BJP has succeeded in running a popular government.

We find only 2nd March 2002 to 7th March 2007, that ND Tiwari had succeeded in forming a government of Indian National Congress.

He was replaced by B. C. Khanduri on 8th March 2007.

BJP in Uttarakhand is suffering from leadership struggle, similarly, as it is suffering in Uttar Pradesh.

The most ambitious leaders of BJP in Uttar Pradesh are surrendering to the Indian National Congress Culture of in fighting.

Yet, B. C. Khanduri has succeeded in winning 31 seats for BJP against 32 of Indian National Congress.

The governor of Uttarakhand, Margaret Alva has to invite Indian National Congress, naturally, to form the new government but its stability is unquestionably suspected.

It’s always possible that the people of Uttarakhand force the remaining legislators to support B. C. Khanduri, as B. C. Khanduri is the utmost popular political leader the Jan Gañ Man Adhināyak of Uttarakhand has really voted for.

That would make the new Uttarakhand government highly unstable.

Indian National Congress can divide the BJP of Uttarakhand but it can’t divide the Jan Gañ Man Adhināyak  of Uttarakhand as well.

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