#BJPKilledDemocracy or #WhoKilledDemocracy – The real question!
With no signs of the deadlock in Parliament ending any time soon, the debate on which side is to be blamed has intensified.
New Delhi: With no signs of the deadlock in Parliament ending any time soon, the debate on which side is to be blamed has intensified.
Blaming the Modi government for the suspension of 25 Congress MPs by Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, Sonia Gandhi termed the episode as “Murder of Democracy”.
Twitter had its own take #BJPKilledDemocracy.
However, the BJP appears unmoved on the issue of resignation of party stalwarts like Sushma Swaraj, Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Vasundhara Raje.
The party has launched a strong defence and has been insisting on a debate in the Parliament. However, the Opposition, especially the Congress appears unmoved.
With no work being conducted, hundreds of crores of rupees – hard earned money of Indian tax payers – appears destined to go down the drain even as our 'democratically' elected representatives fight it out towards a moral victory.
Should #BJPKilledDemocracy be replaced by #WhoKilledDemocracy?