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PB’s twisty take on the top five headlines of the day.
1. Sheila Dikshit is Congress’ CM candidate in UP and Sanjay Singh, ‘Raja Of Amethi,’ Is Priyanka’s Choice For Key UP Role
The ground situation has totally changed and Congress can get only a few seats at best if they contest alone. I don’t think Congress will do that. Sheila is only a bargaining tool to get more seats in a coalition agreement with Mayawati or Mulayam Singh, whichever fits best.
Sanjay Singh on the other hand has been shuttling around where he can get positions. How will that help Congress. He is no more an active politician. For RS he is Assamese. For assembly poll he becomes a UP-ite.
2. Uniform civil code: Congress for public hearing, all party meet
Politicians tend to play to their vote banks and thereby create noise and confusion rather than light on such issues. There is a better alternative: a referendum with all eligible voters voting on implementation of a UCC, if answer is yes, preparation of a bill for discussion in Parliament.
3. Nabam Tuki Trust Vote On Saturday, BJP Actions Arunachal Game-Plan , legally CM Of Arunachal Pradesh, says Pul
Having been found fault of being unconstitutional in his actions by the supreme court, it would have been prudent, had he chosen to resign from the post of Governor if he had any sense of remorse. Supreme court has not stipulated any floor test.
4. PF Withdrawal Norms Relaxed
Undoubtedly NDA will be thrown out next parliament election. One thing one cannot not understand is Why govt want to put restrictions on peoples money and what necessitates them to do it. If really govt is concerned about their people , Provide them with good education and healthcare. when even thing is privatized, no social security, unscrupulous education institutions, hospitals , and realtors make peoples life more painful. In this scenario, Putting restrictions on EPFO withdrawal is miserable. If it is implemented for sure NDA will never comeback to power.
5. Confident GST Will Pass in Coming Parliament Session: Nitin Gadkari
The coming Monsoon session of Parliament as was touted that various reform measures implemented by the government to boost economic growth and attract billions of dollars of foreign investment and technical expertise across sectors. But then again, he has been saying the same thing for the last one and half year.