Monday, May 16, 2011

Mandate has become mandatory

Fire crackers were being lit,people were crazy and on their toes when some of the states witnessed the whirlwind of change.The word “Mandate” has gone popular just with the result of Bihar Assembly Election,when the government of Nitish Kumar with JD(U)alliance got the adequate majority in the election.

Now the turn was for West Bengal and Assam in the east of the country,and Tamil Nadu,Kerala,and the Union Territory of Puducherry in the south.

There is a very common saying amongst the people that “some times the change comes as the charity” and this is proving to be worth watching that the common people are in full mood to see the change what may come.

Some of the people utter the result in WB as the freedom.For West Bengal,this was a watershed election, marking the end of the 34-year-rule of the Left Front headed by the Communist Party of India (Marxist.

It would be much earlier to predict that the history would be written or there is going to be a one night change.The states have got the pavements of the moderation and slowly and steadily the change would be seen.

In the context of the election results,nothing so becomes a victor as grace in success,and nothing makes victory seem so well deserved as courtesy towards the one who has lost.

The issues were different in this 2011 Assembly elections in four States and one Union Territory. You can either call it the X-factor of the personalities or the C-Quality of ruling since last 34 long years which certainly witnessed some changes.Even the congress had to admit during the election campaign that (WB) this is the worst governed state in accordance with Law & Order and progresses.

This is a season of celebration, and of lamentation. Elections have distributed success and failure, victory and defeat.This is not an hour for restraint.

Last but not the least we can say that the wind of change has blown up.with the change it will carry the momentum to be the best state.


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