PBs twisty take on the top five headlines of the day.
1. For Odd-Even, Delhi Faces A Problem. Can You Help, Tweets Arvind Kejriwal
It is very easy to say to shift industry to smaller towns. Why not shift all the roads, railway stations and airport to smaller town. Let the Delhi people go back to cycle, rickshaw and bullock cart and then they would not have any pollution.
Inability to control the traffic and high pollution in Delhi is a governance problem. Banning the vehicles is not a solution. One one hand the government has not provided for good public transport. On the other hand, the people are using personal transport at their own cost, then the government comes and says that I can not allow you to use public transport.
2. Omar hits out at J&K CM, says she has ‘abdicated’ authority
Omar said Mehbooba should realize that silence is not always a virtue and the situation demanded that she reassure students from inside and outside the state. The former chief minister was referring to Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh yesterday announcing a magisterial probe into the clashes.
3. Narendra Modi warns against hung Assembly in Assam
It was for the first time in the last 30 years that the people of the country gave an absolute majority to party to form a government at the Centre and the result was for all to see.
4. Yeddyurappa to head BJP in Karnataka, Keshav Prasad Maurya in UP
These leaders should not only concentrate on their community but take along all other communities that are dominant in that region or districts. In Karnataka Lingayats and vokkaligas are 2 dominant caste along with muslims and DalitsWe need to have leaders created in each district and at ward level and project them as future leaders so you will not have issues during the election time when people don’t get the tickets for their constituencies
5. Kerala Assembly elections: Excited faces greet Sreesanth on his campaign trail
Sreesanth never shies away from a game on cricket even when he is on the campaign trail. It’s his way to connect with the people and they are more than happy to oblige.