- Feb 8, 2006
Must not divorce what he is saying from the context. The context is the strikes and the behaviour of the opposition. On day 1 every one was united. It soon felt apart after.Every time he brought up patriotism he is doubling down on his bigotry.
He's no different to a sales man for me. I can poke a lot of holes in what he's saying and so can anybody.Fire in his belly lol. Frauds like this are our future I guess.
Sorry, I thought it was common knowledge by now that he has tweeted against women in the past, dreads women's reservation, and a "close friend" of his had tweeted that she was abused by him.How do you make the connection with misogyny & minorities from that speech?
I've never understood why women should have reservation in the first place but we have enough laws towards that effect already. In terms of representation in parliament & the assembly. What is the effect ? placeholders for the male leaders associated with instead of more women joining. The participation of women in politics has reduced over the years due to lack of security. As far as the gag order, it seems the grant was made because under the guise of corruption people were using it to attack him. The gag is only temporary which serves his purpose as election results will be out by May's end.Sorry, I thought it was common knowledge by now that he has tweeted against women in the past, dreads women's reservation, and a "close friend" of his had tweeted that she was abused by him.
He has put out a media gag order, which seems to have had a Streisand effect.
Would explain his confidence. He's been at it for nearly ten years now.I was earlier impressed that the BJP were walking the talk and pushing youth/new faces, but turns out he's already well connected in the BJP and a nephew of an MLA.
Dunno what to make of this. In the pulwama thread we discussed stats that showed a steady increase in tax payers over the years. And this increase was constant since 2013 making me doubt notes ban had much effect here at all.On a side note, someone was talking about the increases in Income Tax collections. A few days before March 31st they were significantly short of their "target" : https://www.livemint.com/money/personal-finance/direct-tax-collection-falls-short-of-target-by-15-cbdt-raises-alarm-1553753335449.html
What happened in the next few days was nothing short of a shakedown, with even my 90 yr old grandma receiving rude calls asking to pay advance tax (senior non-salaried citizens are not liable to pay advance tax).
He's no different to a sales man for me. I can poke a lot of holes in what he's saying and so can anybody.
It's good to see young blood in politics for a change. The rest of the field is a lot older.
I know you many not be correct but I am also not wrong. Btw, is he your candidateWould explain his confidence. He's been at it for nearly ten years now.
my vote is going to Modi in this election.I know you many not be correct but I am also not wrong. Btw, is he your candidate
Patel, like all politicians, loves to talk. Only, he mostly says the wrong things. When protesters battled the police over last month's Miss World contest in Bangalore, his response was typically undiplomatic: "Those who want to show will show. Those who want to see will see."
When well-known Kannada writers joined the protests, he taunted them with being "too old to see and appreciate the good things in life". And later, he had this to say about protests by women's groups: "Only the ugly ones are protesting. All the pretty ones are telling me they support the beauty contest."
This article is difficult to follow. Gets into gritty details without explaining context very well.
Then you must be reading things too strictlyI seriously doubt anything's going to happen though given how if EC were following its "constitutional mandate", 99% of politicians would have been disqualified based on their affidavits.