Won’t let Modi or corrupt forces come to power: Sharad Yadav

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  1. Ray

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    Our front won’t let Modi or corrupt forces come to power: Sharad Yadav

    Sharad Yadav of the Janata Dal (United) is stitching together a non-Congress, non-BJP alliance. Speaking with Amin Ali, Yadav discussed why an alternative political front can work, concerns over its stability, its take on FDI - and who might lead it:



    Hasn't JD(U)'s parting from NDA weakened a concerted opposition against corruption?


    We were fighting this inefficient UPA regime together for the last nine years. Our protests against price rise, farmers' issues, joblessness and corruption were driving people across the nation. People started seeing us a viable alternative to UPA.

    But the BJP started leaving NDA's ideology and reverted to its old communal policy - this wasn't needed. Yet, they heeded one man's desires.


    You say one man - BJP says it answered its party workers' demands. What's your view?

    If BJP's workers are out of control, that doesn't mean we will allow the country to go out of control as well - this nation has witnessed what happens when communal forces go unchecked. We can't let further divisions happen.

    We would never let Modi come to power or religion run the nation.

    What's your strategy for 2014?

    We've been fighting UPA on corruption and price rise. Now we see secularism's under threat. This can't be ignored. So, we've called like-minded parties to come up with a front to defeat so-called leading political parties.


    Critics underline the unstable nature of such a formation - your response?

    This so-called 'stable' UPA has gifted stable scams, corruption, joblessness, crumbling infrastructure and a constant dec-line of the country's image across the globe. This is not what the country wants.

    A single party-led government is prone to be hijacked by the leading party. A coalition government, on the other hand, truly represents the diversity of this country. It tries to solve problems and takes risks.

    Real social change is always brought about by such a coalition.


    Some of your potential allies are considered anti-market - how will you negotiate that?

    I need to clear this myth - we are not against investment coming into the country. We opposed FDI in retail as the sector creates lots of jobs and our concerns were not answered. We would actually push for FDI in power and infrastructure.

    We will not allow loot of the nation in the name of market-friendly policies - we want to embrace the market rather than be ruled by it.


    Nitish Kumar aside, your front has other politicos eyeing the PM's position - how will that be decided?

    We want to agree over issues first and plan a joint fight against the Congress and BJP. The leadership debate is mere speculation - we need to get the numbers first.

    For that, we need to campaign together on saving the country's secular fabric and ousting a corrupt regime.


    Congress says it's tackling corruption, recently scrapping an ordinance on this - your thoughts?

    That entire episode over the ordinance on tainted leaders was hilarious - it reduced this UPA regime to a laughing stock, both within and outside the country.

    The Congress can say it went against its own PM as it knows the party will have to face the public, not the PM. But that will fail.


    Speaking of corruption, has Lalu Prasad's conviction boosted your party in Bihar?

    We promoted Lalu Prasad in his heyday. He was a part of our party. But his greed got the better of him. He went his own way. He's paying the price of his greed.

    But we seek votes on our principles, rather than someone's misfortunes.

    Our front won’t let Modi or corrupt forces come to power: Sharad Yadav - The Times of India

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    Given the numbers at Modi's rally and the fact that bombs did not deter them or encourage them to bold the scene, it appears, for whatever be the reason, be it curiosity or support, it indicates a political catharsis in the making of Indian politics.

    The abysmal attitude of Nitish Kumar in this tenure of his Govt and his chumming up with the Congress, will surely go against the JD (U) since, for what its worth, the ills that are plaguing the common man is being attributed to the Congress led UPA, notwithstanding the brave and bold sentiments aired by the Congress Govt and its spokespersons.

    There appears to be an fatalistic déjà vu that has gripped the Nation where it is not ready to accept silly sloganeering and populism. The attitude that is palpable is that you fool me once, you fool me twice but you fool me no more!

    And to add to Congress' misery is their PM candidate is totally at sea and is being tossed and buffeted by putting his foot in the mouth and enacting TV serial tear jerkers of no consequence to the Fate of the Nation!

    That said, it is interesting that Sharad Yadav claims that the Party has been fighting his inefficient UPA regime together for the last nine years.

    If so, then why is Nitish Kumar cosying up to the Congress?

    It is daydreams to believe that people have started seeing the JD(U) as a viable alternative to UPA. The crowd that Modi pulled in Bihar itself, is indicative that the JD(U) is not even seen as a viable Govt there, and if that is the scene in Bihar, who in his or her senses would even think of JD(U) as an alternative, viable or otherwise?

    How has the BJP started leaving NDA's ideology and reverted to its old communal policy? In fact, the BJP has cleverly sidestepped their communal agenda and instead is trying to appear as inclusive as feasible! Meaningless stereotype talk beyond the reality since there is no plausible explanation.

    If BJP's workers are out of control, that doesn't mean we will allow the country to go out of control as well? Are they out of control and the JD(U) has the muscle to stop them?

    So the JD (U) has been fighting UPA on corruption and price rise. Now they see secularism's under threat?

    Really? For once I find that the BJP is not harping on their age old agenda! In fact, that is a pleasant change, to say the least.

    The JD(U) has called like-minded parties to come up with a front to defeat so-called leading political parties?

    Well, already some of the 'like minded' parties are cosying up to BJP and what is more Mulayam has gone public that he is fit to be the PM. So, when there are so many contenders to be PM, they all become unlike minded chaos!

    Mulayam projects himself for PM's job
    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...-himself-for-PMs-job/articleshow/24893824.cms
     
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    He should focus on maintaining his own party before dreaming about ruling India.
     
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    Well it indirectly means they wont allow either congress or bjp to have pie for itself
     
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    So, they are Mungeri Lals ?
     
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    Nitish Kumar the secular PM-in-waiting for 2019.
     
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    iNDiAN.96 Nationalist Senior Member

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    On other side Mulayam wants to be PM for third front.

    Mandir khula nahi ki bhikaari as gaye. LOL
     
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    Jaya also given the chance would want to be PM, third front is never going to happen, these are just a collection of people who would love to be PM having a wild dream that somehow things will come together.
     
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    If Third Front can muster majority in 2014, expect multiple pm with time sharing, 1 Yr Mullayam, 1 Yr NiKu, 1 Yr someone from Left......


    Interesting times ahead...


    Although i believe this is all to have better bargaining power post 2014 if congress or BJP can not get 272 mark and fall below 200....
     
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    This 3rd front is nothing but group of Khangress controlled parties who are Anti-Modi/BJP. Given a chance some of them would like to become PM.

    In simple terms 2014 election would be Modi versus remaining parties( except few BJP allies).
     
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    It is the standard ruse of these third front DAKUs . they cheat their gullible voters by saying I will become PM to get maximum seats and then go in for behind the scene horse trading.

    Our Own "Puratchi Thalaivi" Jayalalitha too is having this happy false dream of being the next PM.It is with this hope that she is keeping BJP at arms length.

    If She gets an alliance with BJP she can sweep polls by wining all the 40 seats in TN as the mood is so anti DMK and gain substantial influence in Delhi in the next term as Modi has enough youth support to help her get a clean sweep as Tn populace always gives a decisive verdict with no room for survivors

    . But she is going to waste this golden chance by falling for the false third front PM post promise sown by Left parties.

    She is going to lose in the end by losing her influence in the next ruling arrangement in Delhi by having such false dreams.

    She did miscalculate her moves each time and every time by aiming for the sky and left with no influence there.

    It was the DMK which made most of all those miscalculation by enjoying continuous central ministerial berths for the past 12 years by playing the card shrewdly.
     
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    Won’t let Modi or corrupt forces come to power: Sharad Yadav

    g..:pood part of the statement,modi is not corrupt according to sharad yadav
     
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    that's what I thought when I read the title.
     
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    Here comes the new day dreamer - Mr. Sharad Yadav ...
     
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    Such conditions will surely result in lawlessness and anarchy......may lead to Balkanisation of the country.......hope people in India are smarter than their leaders !

     
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    third front is always a dream.no leader is ready to give up the president position of such front.this is the same reason why third front failed during times of NT rama rao
     
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    Won’t let Modi or corrupt forces come to power: Sharad Yadav


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