Congress NCP reject electoral verdict – Do a policy volte-face

The Congress led by Suresh Kalmadi and the NCP led by Ajit Pawar had both promised the electorate that they would not join hands with each other post elections, as they thought the other party was responsible for the ruin of Pune.

The electorate voted under the impression that they won’t come together post election. However like the stereotypical politicians in Hindi movies, both the Congress and NCP now seem keen on coming together in an attempt to grab power. The same leaders who had indulged in extensive name-calling are now on the verge of forming a coalition. You should soon see statements saying that they have come together “For the development of Pune” or “To keep communal forces at bay” or “Our high-command said so” or some such corny line.

While poiliticians continue to behave in this fashion, one can’t really blame the masses for losing faith in Indian democracy.

  • Saurabh Deshmukh

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    Regards
    Saurabh

  • Saurabh Deshmukh

    Hi Harshad,
    Came across your page when i googled fr photography courses in pune. Since you’ve done a film-making course, would you know if your institute had a photography course? Or whether there are others.
    You can mail me at the above given email id.

    Regards
    Saurabh