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Sunday, April 22, 2018

present scenario is endangering democracy: Yashwant Sinha

By on Sunday, April 22, 2018


Yashwant Sinha eventually quits the BJP

Yashwant Sinha has been accused by opponents, and by other political observers of trying to promote nepotism by nominating his son Jayant Sinha as a successor to contest from Hazaribagh overlooking the interests of many other loyal party workers, though he tried to justify the nomination of his son as a party decision.
Now, the loyal to the party and worked 24 years as an administrator and then during 36 years as a senior political leader of present ruling party in the centre and states, Mr Yashwant Sinha have resigned from the BJP. Many elites say it a result of his distress and humiliation. Anyway why he took this drastic step we must look into his statement what he has said before his resignation.
He said on Saturday, “I’m retiring from all the party level politics. I’m breaking my all the relations with the BJP.” he told that the cause behind this step was the present working of party.
He alleged the BJP’s policies and NDA government is weakening the institutions of country, which is endangering to the democracy.
He added, “The supreme institution of country is parliament, but what situation is it facing today? I’m talking about budget session, rather winter session too; which was of ever shortest term in parliament for the purpose of election in a state.”
He dubbed the centre responsible for the uproar in house during the budget session.He said, “ I’m telling with the confidence that the union government did not let run the budget session under pre-plan.” The government was very please because the opposition had served the notice of no confidence motion.
He posed the question over the role of Lok Sabha speaker, Sumitra Mahajan. He said that if 50 MPs had given in writing, the saying that the counting of MPs in the favour of notice cannot be done is a kidding of democracy.
Mr. Sinha posed questions over the change in the working system of judiciary and election commission.


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