Modi reveals signs of political adjustment with status quo

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Modi defies poll warning signs to retain status quo in govt formation

By Manish Anand

New Delhi, June 11: Massive protests are taking place all across the country over allegations of rigging in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for undergraduate medical education. Dharmendra Pradhan will assume charge of the Ministry of Education.

The students’ community all across the country is livid at Pradhan for his utter failure to command the Ministry of Education. The medical education aspirants in place of studying are posting videos and holding agitations against the alleged anarchy in the Ministry of Education.

Rashtriya Swayam Sewak Sangh (RSS) supremo Mohan Bhagwat in his first remarks on the Lok Sabha elections came down heavily on arrogance. He reminded the Narendra Modi-led government that Manipur is waiting for peace for more than a year.

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Bhagwat’s sharp comments are clearly seen as dismal assessment of Union Minister for Home Affairs Amit Shah in his ministerial performance. Bhagwat called for priority accorded to restoring peace in Manipur.

Shah in his parliamentary interventions before elections had normalised the Manipur violence by citing the past incidents of killings on ethnic lines. He had also sought to deflect by arguing that external forces were involved in the Manipur violence.

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Ashwini Vaishnaw saw on his watch some of the worst rail accidents, including one in Odisha where three trains were involved in mishaps. Vaishnaw invites ridicules of the people for shifting goal posts – ticket on demand promised by 2019 to 2029, trumpeting Vande Bharat trains against requirements for passenger trains, and average train speed not inching forward.

Subhramanyam Jaishankar retains Ministry of External Affairs. While Maldives President Mohammed Muizzu was chatting with Modi in new Delhi, the Maldivian parliament ordered review of three pacts signed with India by the erstwhile Ibrahim Solih government.

‘Neighbourhood’ First was the foreign affairs policy of the NDA government during the last two terms. But barring Bangladesh, all neighbours of India are sanguine with China.

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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman escaped the critical assessment of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on the poll outcome. Her ministry is the pivot for the employment generation. The BJP principally was hammered in Uttar Pradesh on account of the youth anger.

But Sitharaman has statistics on her side. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth after several years clocked eight per cent mark on the day of the polling for the last phase of the elections. She retains the Finance Ministry.

With the council of ministers, Modi shows clear signs of status quo in his thoughts on governance. He remains nonchalant to the writing on the walls that shaved off the majority strength in the Lok Sabha of the BJP.

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