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PB’s twisty take on the top five headlines of the day.
1. Digvijay Singh’s bombshell, calls Jammu and Kashmir ‘India-occupied Kashmir’
Senior Congress leaders like Digvijay Singh and Chidambaram are convinced they are not of much reckoning in their party. They have no doubt been accommodated in Rajya Sabha by Congress but the party knows these leaders have outlived their utility outside. That’s why these two leaders express themselves over every issue these days and to shock their party men as well as others, they come out with queer and outlandish comments.
2. Congress asks Modi to ‘apologise’ for his statement
The success of BJP entirely depends on the real and imaginary failures of the congress party over past decades. BJP does seem to have its own resources to visualize, plan and execute projects or programmers for development, progress and welfare of the people of the country. It is going to be a blame game till the elections end.
3. Congress Has Offers For Navjot Sidhu As His Talks With Arvind Kejriwal Falter
Poor fellow. Celebrated too early after bowling a no ball. AAP should not encourage or bend down to opportunism. Then there will be no difference between them and mainstream parties who would do anything for votes. If Siddu want to serve Punjab, then join AAP without any conditions and work for Punjab.
4. Modi crossed ‘red line’ by talking about Balochistan, says Pakistan
Its sad that Pakistan government is solely concerned about K when it should focus on development for its people. Regarding CPEC, Pakistan is conveniently forgetting that such projects in POK are not not legally tenable. Handing over occupied territory of J&K, INDIA to China, is in complete violations of UN norms.
5. Stalin leads protest by suspended DMK MLAs, party targets Speaker
About 15 to 20 volunteers came in two cars with the effigy and burnt it at the new bus stand here, taking the police by surprise. Before police could reach the spot, they fled the scene. They are giving the people more reasons to justify their suspension.