New Delhi, Aug 11: The power centre of India, New Delhi is never short of news. However there is more than what gets to see or hear. Want to know the latest gossip from Delhi? Then please read on.
Modi Tsunami for party MPs!
Over two dozen Bharatiya Janata Party legislators were discussing about the party's prospect in the next Lok Sabha elections and they were pretty sure about sailing through as there was a Modi wave in the country the way in was during 2014, not so amused by the gossip and just discussion instead of working on the ground, one of the ministers in the Modi government reached them to say that there is a Modi wave for sure but it is of different kind. The wave is such that it would be difficult for many party MPs to save their nominations from the Modi Tsunami. So instead of gossiping around, it is the time to focus on the work in the constituency. Since then the crowd of the BJP MPs from the Central Hall of Parliament had gone missing to save themselves from the Modi Tsunami. Is it so?
Modi's Man Friday in action again?
Once known to be the most trusted man or 'Man Friday' of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has come to the rescue of the government once again for the management of election of Deputy chairman of the Rajya Sabha. There was a visible change that the government might lose it to the opposition but grapevine is abuzz that without moving out of his residence, the lawyer friend of the PM managed the election with full dexterity. However, It appeared that Party president was in control of the situation but things were different. Once the most important man of the party was in action again and managing the show not only to pacify allies like the Shiromani Akali Dal but also some other political parties to support the NDA nominee. He delivered as he has always been delivering to the party. The old war horse of the BJP is soon going to join the ministry and will have his say in political maneuverings as well.
Learning lesson for a professor!
It takes time to adjust in the new role, a newly appointed Rajya Sabha MP who is a professor by profession seems to have been embarrassed when the chair instructed him again and again to address to him instead of addressing members of the house. The new member was further embarrassed while concluding his maiden speech in the Upper House by addressed members of the Upper House as Mitro instead of addressing the chair but somehow he salvaged the situation. Old habit dies hard, so it may take some more time for the newly appointed member to adjust to the proceedings to the Upper House while speaking in the debate however he has been able to make his points very well.