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The insolent Kejriwal: A brief commentary

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Yash Chandan is an aspiring law student enormously intrigued by Indian history, politics, national security, defense, and current affairs along with geopolitics, global history, global policy; and keeps an eye on the trio: the USA, China, and Russia; on the Middle East; South Asia and peculiarly on the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (as he'll be researching and writing its prehistory and antiquity, medieval and modern history as the years roll by). He is a bilingual writer, poet, and essayist writing in both English and Hindi and a neophyte-to-Urdu. Some of his literary works have been published and some are about to be. He describes himself as a voracious and keen reader reading books from all feasible spectrums, a vehement bibliomane investing his quantum of wonga utterly in books, and a budding writer experimenting in often contrasting genres. He owes all his accomplishments to his parents, who are fervid about his writings and are invigorating 24/7 to bolster his career and resolutions.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a meeting on the 8th of April, with CMs of all states and UTs to take stock of and assess the daunting as well as vexatious COVID-19 circumstance in the country. During the convoke, the PM emphatically avowed the sine qua non of testing and inoculating the entitled masses, instructed the CMs to focus on the micro-containment zones, and reiterated his call to work on the mantra of test, track, treat. He also reassured the CMs to furnish all feasible aides in the ministration of their respective states and also lifted their spirits against the long-term COVID-19 combat. The PM said states should observe a ‘vaccine festival’ or ‘Tika Utsav’ betwixt April 11-14 to immunize the maximal number of eligible beneficiaries against COVID-19. Narendra Modi earnestly and fervently wore the hat of a bona fide, liable, devout, vigilant, and prudent Prime Minister during his onus.

Delhi, under the regime of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and its autocratic Chief Arvind Kejriwal, saw a striking surge and also the breach of the 7000 mark on Thursday. Patently, the pandemic restraint in Delhi’s rim has been evidently botched and bungled by the AAP government, and last year, it was conspicuous that only after the well-timed intervention of Home Minister Amit Shah, the daily cases and mortality rate subsided, manifesting the crucial and indispensable role of the Centre in Covid-19 curb.

But the ‘messiah’ of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, who from the kick-off of the meeting, joined in a perfunctory and zeal-deficient mode, transcended all the extremities of Chief Ministerial etiquette, credo, and decorum. He was taking his seat in a discourteous and churlish posture and was seen chortling and nattering with his bureaucratic aides and political confidantes in his cozy office. His uncharitable conduct was irksome to perceive. An IIT graduate and ex-bureaucrat is not anticipated to exhibit such unscrupulous and unceremonious attribute. If Modi won’t have convened the CMs, he and his party’s side-kicks like social-activist-turned-fussy-politician-cum-barbaric brawler, who thwacked the Rajya Sabha house marshal last year, Sanjay Singh, would have acrimoniously whined and denounced the PM for his inexplicable and negligent demeanour.

On the other hand, the representative of Maharashtra, a snollygoster-cum-perfidious politician and neophyte-cum-inept administrator Uddhav Thackeray, whose inherited party, the ideologically debilitated and power-famished-cum-governance-tainted Shiv Sena (SS) leads the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA), a coalescence of extortion, manipulation, inefficacy, homicide, mismanagement, was also seen telephoning and operating his cellphone during the meeting, articulating his disregard. Maharashtra has been the hotbed of Covid-19 from the initial juncture of its transmission and now is leading India in terms of daily cases and mortality rate, but its Chief Minister is immersed in his own arena of political scandals, peculiar affairs, and cellphone.

These political adversaries, who are consciously affronting the Prime Minister of India, are impudent, heedless, and propriety-scarce. The dwellers of India would legitimately penalize them for their conceit and immodesty in the forthcoming elections in the vigorous Modi epoch.

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yashchandan18
Yash Chandan is an aspiring law student enormously intrigued by Indian history, politics, national security, defense, and current affairs along with geopolitics, global history, global policy; and keeps an eye on the trio: the USA, China, and Russia; on the Middle East; South Asia and peculiarly on the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (as he'll be researching and writing its prehistory and antiquity, medieval and modern history as the years roll by). He is a bilingual writer, poet, and essayist writing in both English and Hindi and a neophyte-to-Urdu. Some of his literary works have been published and some are about to be. He describes himself as a voracious and keen reader reading books from all feasible spectrums, a vehement bibliomane investing his quantum of wonga utterly in books, and a budding writer experimenting in often contrasting genres. He owes all his accomplishments to his parents, who are fervid about his writings and are invigorating 24/7 to bolster his career and resolutions.

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