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Answer by Bathinda Helper (Bobby Zopfan):
But I think there is some very big conspiracy behind his becoming PM as well. And the conspirators are some of the best media houses in, not only India, but in the whole world.
The Pakistani media is also helping him. And some of the best news editors, writers and majority of the Indian voting population have very big conspiracy to raise Modi to what he has (risen to). At the same time, all social media forces have joined hands to back him and no body is ready to listen anything against him. And even the highest judiciary in India seem to have taken some big bribe to acquit him of any or all crimes he had committed in broad day light.
There is definitely some hidden agenda.
But wait. There is one big question though. Why no other politician in recent history has been able to gain so many conspirators backing him (even hundreds of times financially richer than Modi!!). Mr Modi must really be a very big brain and hard working person to gain so much power behind him. And I too have fallen prey to all these conspirators and have become one of his Bhakts!!
How do rational and civilised people of India support a communal party like BJP whose senior … by Bala Senthil Kumar
Answer by Bala Senthil Kumar:
If there is one incident in independent India that I am genuinely ashamed of, it is the destruction of the Babri Masjid. I absolutely detest the elements in any party that were party to that.
But if I were to measure positive impact on India by all parties, I'd say the Congress party is the most destructive, most divisive, and most backward thinking.
The BJP gets my vote for despite their rather communal elements, they put up the one leader as their Prime Ministerial candidate who is neither apologetic about his roots like many stupid Hindus seem to get, nor is afraid to espouse his conviction about development.
The BJP is honest to the fact that India is a religious country with a lot of tolerance, and is now on a path of using everything good in its core religion for the betterment of the nation. All of this, and the fact that they aren't shy about bringing about real change gets my support.
Even if I hadn't paid any attention to any of this, the other two candidates, the dummy and the topiwala, would have scared me into blindly voting for Modi.
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Answer by Urmi Goswami:
No character is worst in Mahabharata. Remember the law, "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction", same was the case in Mahabharata. All characters were grey and all characters were neither too good nor too bad. Some or the other character had a tragic back story or was humiliated or was cursed and many other things. The most important thing is that the epic does not tell about the worst or the best character, it teaches us about mankind, about an era, about Dharma, Adharma, satya, asatya, kalesh(to cause agitation) and many more.I read a few answers before writing mine, some say Shakuni ,Duryodhana, Ashwattama,etc. are worst. I agree they were evil but their deeds and destination are the ones which make us realise the difference in good and bad. In the Mahabharata era, the principles of religion had declined to one-half so it's obvious that there existed evil. A yuga learns from the preceding one. So,today we are in the kaliyuga but we learned from Dwapara yuga and the preceding yugas.So, no worst or best characters but a character worth learning and understanding!!
Answer by Sanjeev Zopfan Bathinda:
Think of a big palace like hotel having tens of rooms. Whosoever visited this hotel thought of his own stay only. After all what was the benefit of cleaning it, fixing it's bathrooms when no body before you ever bothered (some of them even tried to steal the hotel's towels/wares into their suit cases).
All the dust was simply pushed under carpets. Dirty linen was stuffed into cupboards. Only that much work was done which was most urgent and unavoidable. This way, the residents of the hotel were producing more trash than was being disposed (in other words filth was increasing by day).
Then came a new manager. He had experience of running a smaller hotel very successfully in the neighborhood. He started ordering the staff to behave. But all his colleagues didn't agree with him. Some were of the view why not enjoy their stay (as others had done before them, as was the tradition, not for years, but for decades).
But the new manager was adamant. Though he wanted to pull all the garbage from from the hidden corners of the rooms at once, but it might look to the visitors as if the hotel had become dirtier. So he had to clean the same cautiously, slowly. So as not to disturb the guests. So first he started concentrating on only that much filth which was being produced afresh, daily (so at least no garbage should increase at least).
But then his detractors started criticizing him, "What cleansing he has done, since he arrived?! We don't find anything better.". Even though some wise people had clearly noted the change in the working of the system and the staff.
Now, this is the scene with our country and Modi. Should he work slowly or bring sweeping changes at once. Oh God, I'm sure he will find a way and strike a balance (with the poor and easily provokable illiterate populace of our country).