The BJP should desist from harassing the poor travelling public

via GSK Menon published on December 17, 2010

To win the political goodwill BJP in Kerala it has to do something remarkable. But the State leadership which is bereft of ideas is devising plans like hartal/train roko and all such disgusting proposals. The CPM which also has only similar ideas is facing a wave of ill will in its bastion of W.Bengal. Why should the BJP tread this path ?

Look at Nitish Kumar in Bihar, he has sensed the mood of the people, there is a wave of anger at Congress corruption everywhere. Nitish has quickly realised this oppurtunity and confiscated the properties of several IAS/IPS Officers and converted them into SCHOOLS. His target is the younger generation, to ensure that for the next two to three decades the children will remember him and vote for him only. Nitish is now eyeing the PM’s post, he is quickly projecting himself as an anti-corruption crusader. Soon there will be an All India Wave in his favour.

The BJP should think on similar lines. The Kerala BJP is planning a rail roko on 16th December to protest petrol hike. Why harass poor “cattle class travellers” ? The passengers travelling from long distances enduring the filth of Indian Railways have to suffer the ordeal of being held up on the tracks indefnitely. Will it earn the BJP any goodwill ? Instead they should picket the Houses and offices of Con MP’s and MLA’s. Let the people know their real enemy. Picket Sonia’s house in Delhi.

Let the BJP assemble in front of all schools and colleges and inform the youth about the unnecessary petrol hike. If Raja’s loot of one lakh seventy six thousand crores is recovered will there be any need for petrol price hike ?

The BJP should desist from harassing the poor travelling public

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