Are we Politically correct?

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गुरुवार, 19 जानेवारी 2017
Since Independence, several leaders have come into power and made impactful decisions, which have either mobilised the country and strengthened it further or have shaken it up. The current political situation is largely dominated by the constant war of words between PM Narendra Modi and vice-president of Indian National Congress party Rahul Gandhi, the demonetisation move, and the ‘Pari’war between Mulayam Singh and Akhilesh Yadav, amongst other issues. The turmoil is constantly growing and leaving people amused, confused and frustrated. On National Youth Day, we ask youngsters about their views on the current political scenario of our country:

Since Independence, several leaders have come into power and made impactful decisions, which have either mobilised the country and strengthened it further or have shaken it up. The current political situation is largely dominated by the constant war of words between PM Narendra Modi and vice-president of Indian National Congress party Rahul Gandhi, the demonetisation move, and the ‘Pari’war between Mulayam Singh and Akhilesh Yadav, amongst other issues. The turmoil is constantly growing and leaving people amused, confused and frustrated. On National Youth Day, we ask youngsters about their views on the current political scenario of our country:

The current political scenario is highly frustrating to the point that it has become amusing. A situation such as the demonetisation move that could have been capitalised by The Opposition largely went unopposed and the factual arguments made in Parliament were subdued by hysterical drama, courtesy Mamata Banerjee, Arvind Kejriwal and the like. The middle class is bearing the weight of economic downsizing that when opposed brings forth claims of one being anti national.

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