PRESIDENT OF INDIA HEREAFTER: WHO, HOW AND WHY? - By: Balbir Singh Sooch

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It Is Better To Have A Consensus Candidate - One Supported By both, Opposition Parties and the Government of India As The Message Seems Conveyed By West Bengal Chief Minister, Ms Mamta Banerjee After Meeting The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi: Why?



Mostly opposing the Government candidate for ‘PRESIDENT OF INDIA HEREAFTER’ will not dare to do so openly as BJP is determined to fix them and in this context, the opposition parties meet in a big show of strength over lunch hosted by Congress president Sonia Gandhi to discuss a joint candidate to field for President seems meaningless in face of helpless opposition in India for its own reasons and greed as being experienced now.



Finding no other way and alternative with and in face of helpless opposition in India for its own reasons and greed as being experienced, better to have “A Consensus Candidate - One Supported by Both Opposition Parties and the Government of India”, at least to give a message internationally that both ‘Opposition Parties and the Government of India’ are united in the larger interest of the country, India under the garb of as "The President is the custodian of the Constitution of India, whereas, in fact, the “PRESIDENT OF INDIA” is not having such position-powers in practice, ‘Constitutionally And Or Otherwise Also’.



The ‘Hindutva’ has also eaten away the remaining left out-still left, or still existing Constitution of India now.



“West Bengal Chief Minister, Ms Mamta Banerjee, reiterating that she did not discuss the presidential election with the Prime Minister, but at the same time, she said, "It's for the PM to decide and understand the need for a consensus."



It means West Bengal Chief Minister, Ms Mamta Banerjee is not with the opposition for the reasons best known to her and she conveyed further her mind after meeting with the Prime Minister, as Sources said, “Trinamool Congress' support will depend on who the opposition's candidate is and whether a consensus can emerge around the person's name”NDTV: Reported by Sunil Prabhu, Edited by Indroneil B Biswas | Updated: May 25, 2017 21:24 IST.



In nutshell, It Is Better To Have A Consensus Candidate - One Supported By both, Opposition Parties and the Government of India, rather, we Indians especially minorities in India can conclude and the opposition has to confess that there is no opposition in India to protect and save in any manner the needy Indians in India.



But it is worth to mention and shall not be out of context that ‘The opposition parties meet in a big show of strength over lunch hosted by Congress president Sonia Gandhi to discuss a joint candidate to field for President of India, can prove a bargaining platform for protecting and saving their personal interests, like for not involving them in any scandals, scams etc and rest is politics as usual and that’s only to befool Indians.



Under the circumstances prevailing and in face of the very weak opposition now in India, BJP alone can win the Lok Sabha Elections-2019.



More the sufferings of minorities in the hands of BJP and their hired criminals and the stooges even from minorities supported by police in India, more votes for BJP from majority under the garb Hindutva in India can’t be denied ever hereafter. Thus, BJP alone can win the Lok Sabha Elections-2019.



Again to say and has to conclude, finding no other way and alternative with and in face of helpless opposition in India for its own reasons and greed as being experienced, better to have “A Consensus Candidate - One Supported by Both Opposition Parties and the Government of India” and, at least, the opposition must protect and save its own skin from BJP, what to talk of protecting and saving the Indians especially minorities In India.





To my mind, West Bengal Chief Minister, Ms Mamta Banerjee after meeting the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, seems conveyed, the message of the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi to opposition indirectly rather openly, better to have “A Consensus Candidate - One Supported by Both Opposition Parties and the Government of India, otherwise ….. the opposition must be ready to face scandals, scams etc and it looks West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee fully understood the message of the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and may not whole heartedly support the opposition by openly seeing the pitiable condition of opposition in India.



As already said, the rest will be politics by the traditional-conventional political parties and their henchmen conspiringly-plan or agree in secret with each other to commit illegal or subversive-seditious act, to combine so as to cause a particular result, often one involving harm, inconvenience, or difficulty as usual and that’s only being more strongly to befool Indians headed India by BJP now.



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First Posted On: Friday, May 26, 2017 at 01:15 AM (IST)

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