Can we really equate Amit Shah’s sudden slip at Tulsi Park in Shivpuri district of poll-bound Madhya Pradesh with that of Mughal Emperor Humayun’s fall in Delhi? The Bhartiya Janata Party chief was also alighting but he vibrantly emerged unharmed, thereby thanking his good luck.
When on one fateful day the medieval monarch was descending from the stairs of the library at Din Panah, he slipped and fractured his skull that led to his death only two days after on January 26, 1556.
Timely action on the part of Amit Shah’s bodyguard, of course, saved him completely. Displaying utmost attentiveness, one of his bodyguards offered him immediate support on the spot. As a result, he promptly managed to get up unhurt.
It definitely happened to him like the tsunamis or hurricanes, which come at us with no prior knowledge. If a big leader of the BJP stumbles while descending a vehicle after his road show, he would have been possibly very worried about the prevailing moods of the voters in the state.
His subterranean concern might have been an immediate cause of fall as he was supposed to have lost his physical balance unexpectedly. He was totally unaware of the uncomfortable situation. Does it give an indication of his party’s unsteady future ahead in the state?
One PSE (Political Stock Exchange) survey indicated that it could not be an easy electoral battle for serving Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in the state. Though the party expects to regain power in the state, the emerging situations point to the Congress party’s return. However, it could be only a day dream.
Both the political parties’ leaders keep on making cautious moves over sudden critical conditions or thinking in the right direction about those suitable efforts which would be fruitful in maintaining their political reputation in the coming weeks. The coming days will decide which party’s political supremacy remains at stake in the state of Madhya Pradesh.