Believing in politics of sanity and sensitivity the veteran politician Amar Singh keeps harping on the ‘virtues’ of the topmost BJP leaders. Side by side, he also rejected the SP-BSP as casteist. Not-so-secluded Azam Khan, an SP leader has come forward in cautioning the ruling party’s apex leaders about the expelled party member’s wily walk.
Politics is, nonetheless, such a broad and open field where every politician, irrespective of their blemishes, secures acceptance and recognition for starting anew. Their murky past gets washed out and a ‘clean politician’ begins with fresh sincerity. The real facet of humanity exists here.
His leanings towards the BJP were observed by his attendance at programmes led by Narendra Modi and UP CM Yogi Adityanath. And now, his preference for the BJP over the SP and BSP. He desires something which bonds him with a party so powerfully that he swears to remain as the best of its associates.
But even after his bitter towards the Samajwadi Party, he sees some good prospects in it. The political pundits visualise a situation where a wide-awake politician like him has already arrived. He can neither ignore nor refuse his coming connection with the ruling party.
He was supposed to be looking for a good opportunity for a political position. Since he has stated the onus of deciding does finally rest with him, he could take plenty of time in reaching an absolute conclusion.
What was concealed in his heart was imbued with the thrill of joining the BJP. He was supposed to be resolute in finding BJP politicians akin to his political ideas. His committed relationship has brought him before a strong party, playing politics.
However, he his talking is just opinionated whining. His immense admiration for Narendra Modi could fulfill his political wishes, if any. But, if he ignores this golden opportunity, he will definitely be at a political defeat. How can he put up with this limitation at this point in time?