PBs twisty take on the top five headlines of the day.
1. Bihar Fodder Scam Files go Missing, FIR Registered
A direct outcome of the Mahagatbandhan. Joining with the Congress RJD and JDU have learnt the tricks of getting relevant files ‘missed’. Next lesson will be how set fire to the office premises holding critical files. We have experienced such fires in Mumbai and Delhi.
2. BJP National Executive to Deliberate on Mathura Violence
The party will cite the Mathura incident as yet another example of poor law and order condition to target the Samajwadi Party, a source said, adding that “lawlessness” is the top plank against the ruling SP, which BJP chief Amit Shah has declared as its main rival.
3. Long term desire to go back to academia, says RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan
RBI Gov has done his job. It is banks which are not reducing the interest rates because of high NPAs to be covered up. If MrRajan is interested in his teaching job ,he should not be forced for a second term . It is a well known fact that teachers are not good administrators. It is not the short coming of Rajan but a quality which we all must appreciate. The criticism of Swamy is just for the sake of criticism, but may be made into a scapegoat of the economy does not pick up.
4. BJP asks Mehbooba Mufti to drop ‘soft stance’ towards separatists
The party demanded that security given to separatists be withdrawn and they be put behind bars. The separatist or criminals should be punished by India’s justice system as more often seen from petty crimes to organised crime to terrorism also disruption of the government bullying the innocent civilians, thus, becoming a rebellion or a foreign sponsored terrorism the state should hardened the chances of becoming a criminal.
5. Prime Minister Modi’s US Visit
It is the bond which is very much needed and proving useful to country. If the same standards of ethics, governance and education are to be in India, we can be 10 times more powerful than the US and UK combined. India was always a rich country in all fields and is not a poor country but a poorly managed country.