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DNA of Shiv sena, NCP and Congress are same with reference to dynastic politics

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The political ideology is nothing but a simple election eve jargon to fool the voters. Shiv Sena has proved the above truth loudly and eloquently than any other political party in the world.

Congress party although shows some resistance to openly support Shiv Sena, but in fact wants to support Shiv Sena for the simple reason called dynastic politics. Like Uddhav Thackeray who wants to see his son Adhitya Thackeray as the next Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Sonia Gandhi too wants to see her son Rahul Gandhi as the Prime Minister of India that is why her son, the unteachable dynast always abuse PM Modi. The party of both the loving parents (Shiv Sena and Congress) have lot of camaraderie to share and celebrate.

The political ideology is meant only to fool the voters is well known to congress party as well. In this regard, no one can comment anything against NCP too. From that perspective the DNA of all the three parties share strong similarity.

The similarity is at the level of core dynastic principle all the three parties promote and perpetuate nothing but dynastic culture, nepotism and sycophancy.

Even Raj Thackeray, the nephew of Balasaheeb Thackeray broke away from Shiv Sena several years ago, thanks to the dynastic culture that got creped inside Shiv Sena in the form of Uddhav Thackeray, the son of Balasaheeb Thackeray.

That was the time Shiv Sena had only opened its window towards dynastic politics by installing Uddhav Thackeray, son of Balashaheeb Thackeray as chief of Shiv Sena. But the Uddhav Thackeray has now opened not only its doors for dynastic culture but also had broken all its wall, boundary and fencing areas to plant the politics of dynasty.

 

The development of Maharashtra or following Hindutwa ideology and the alliance dharma are less important to Uddhav Thackeray than his son, Adithya Thackeray, the recent entrant, 30 years of age becoming the next Chief Minister of Maharashtra. To make such thing happen, Uddhav was ready to make any sacrifices such as removing the core ideology of the party, betraying the mandate of the people, ridiculing the alliance dharma etc. Uddhav Thackeray hijacked the state of Maharashtra and ransomed it for nearly 15 days since the election results were out just to see his son become Chief Minister of Maharashtra.

What really attracted NCP towards Shiv Sena might be the dynastic culture of Shiv sena. NCP also may want to reinforce the dynastic culture within NCP and see how the daughter of NCP supremo can be propelled to the post of Chief Minister of Maharashtra. Now NCP and Shiv Sena should agree that 2 ½ years each both Aditya Thackeray and the daughter of NCP chief rules the state of Maharashtra as its Chief Minister. All those congress legislatures who wants of form an alliance with Shiv Sena may have an indirect agenda of promoting dynastic politics where their family members needs to be brought to the political limelight. However the congress leaders from Kerala are reported to oppose this marriage may be because the dynastic politics is not that rampant in Kerala state.

In fact NCP, Congress and Shiv Sena should announce that all the 145 MLA’s would get a chance to serve the state as its Chief Minister for about 12 days in rotation so that these parties can prove to the world that they follow equal opportunity employer where every legislatures will be given equal opportunity and duration to serve the state as its Chief Minister. 

 

People of India must learn a lot from the day light butchery of people’s mandate by Shiv Sena in Maharashtra. If they give fractured mandate and compel the political parties for coalition government, political instability is bound to occur and that would adversely affect the growth and development of the state. Therefore people must give absolute majority BJP and Modi only then a stable government with great political assertiveness and vision, India can have.

Stable government and single party rule should be the mantra of New India. One India, one election, one tax, Uniform civil code, one language, one tradition called Hinduism and one political party should be the political ethos we must promote and popularize to save our country from power hungry, dynastic political forces which see nothing but their son or daughter as chief minister or Prime Minister of this country. 

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