Sunday, May 23, 2010

S.V. sees no wrong in the Dynasty and UPA rule

Siddharth Varadarajan seems to be keen to emulate Harish Khare, who used to praise the dynasty endlessly until he was rewarded with a plum post. The disastrous economic policies, the social reengineering or the runaway inflation pushing about a 100 million people into poverty do not seem to affect Varadarajan's assessment of the UPA rule.

Notice how he finds the nuances of governance in UPA and absolves Rahul Gandhi's group, Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh of all failures. The other two groups are the culprits. Why is this not surprising. And he also tells us that such groupism is a good sign of internal contestation! So, there you go -- it is all good when it happens in the Congress.

He stops short of pleading, weeping and begging for Sonia Gandhi to lead from the front. He might achieve a fastrack to nirvana by emulating the act put up by the congress worker when Sonia Gandhi returned from a meeting with APJ Kalam.
The Hindu : Opinion / Leader Page Articles : A year of living indecisively
Many of the problems the NDA regime ran into sprang from the sangh parivar's assertiveness. In contrast, the UPA's problems arise from Ms Gandhi's failure to lead from the front.

1 comment:

வழிப்போக்கன் said...

What an analysis by Siddu Varada! Not a word about 2G Spectrum scandal.
A real purveyor of untruth.