Monday, 31 December 2018

The Accidental Prime Minister Review

Here it is not the subject of debate whether Dr. Was Manmohan Singh an 'accidental prime minister' or did he really want to become prime minister? Manmohan Singh himself admitted that he was not only a casual prime minister but also an accidental finance minister.
The Accidental Prime Minister Review
The Accidental Prime Minister Review

If you were looking at the situation during 2013 and 2014, then you will know the circumstances which Dr. Singh has for the most prestigious post of Indian democracy. Lion's nomination was.
Those days are long gone. No matter how you look at those incidents that have or without tinted glasses, you will not be able to change them. Therefore, let's agree that there is no issue of debate here.

The real reason for the movie The Accidental Prime Minister was suddenly debated because the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has preached its trailer to its official Twitter handle. The tweet also announced the date for the release of the film - and questioned whether Dr. Singh during the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government Manmohan Singh was just a 'regent'.

How to ransom the country for 10 years is the story of a family's story. What Dr. Singh was just a regiment who was in the hands of PM
Was the warrior ready till the chair? Based on an insider's account released on January 11, see #TheAccidentalPrimeMinister's official trailer!

- BJP (@ BJP4India) December 27, 2018
Tweet became increasingly viral - and started a snowball effect. Congress leaders have vociferously opposed 'official support' and termed the film as 'political propaganda'.

The interesting thing is that many people (including some major right-wing Twitter handles) agreed on social media, editorial and TV debate that the BJP should not have promoted the film with its official Twitter handle. Some said that the party is making it 'very clear', while many others have called the tweet 'completely unnecessary'. As I scanned through my Twitter timeline in the evening yesterday, I saw scores without scoring the standard of the scores, considering the score scores.

This is where I humbly want to put forward my defense if I can.

The Accidental Prime Minister Review

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh once said that he believed that history would be kind to him compared to contemporary media. It does not need to wait for historians. His then media adviser Sanjay Baru has written a book, which is not only compassionate to the lion, but also in his praise is very little. The Accidental Prime Minister: The Making and Unmaking of Manmohan Singh, is a book to save the prestige of 13th Prime Minister of India.
From economic policy-making to the end of India's nuclear apartheid, Baru Singh cannot get any blame. In the eyes of the author, Singh's first innings (2004-09) was outstanding; Their second round began in 2009 - By the time Baru had left the Prime Minister's Office - there was trouble for Singh.

However, Manmohan Singh, who emerges in the book, is far away from the political image of his politician and cleverly naïve leader, who mistakenly removed the prime minister's work on the ground. Baru does not say directly but throws enough signs scattered in his books, which shows the lion in a different light.

Two are worth noting: Lion's attitude and reaction to corruption and his reluctance or inability to work as a Prime Minister at the right time. Both proved fatal to their image.

First, consider corruption. Singh is not a product of political vulnerabilities, but rather a personal choice to deal with his wrong associates.

"Dr. Singh's general attitude towards corruption in public life, which was adopted through his career in government, I felt like he would maintain the highest standards of supremacy in public life, but it would apply to others Will not, "Baru writes a book. (P-84)

If this is true, then it tells a lot about the nature of corruption in his government. Varuna's attitude towards Singh is favorable for a civil servant - aloof and aloof - but that which is inappropriate for the head of the government. As the subsequent incidents revealed, it was corruption which affected the progress of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA). The inefficiency of Singh was definitely one of the reasons that the problem has acquired such a risk ratio.

A second personality trait, when it runs in some political climate, its inability to leave is equally complex. In UPA-1, Singh successfully used the threat of resignation to make the Indo-US civilian nuclear deal successful. One of the reasons was that the threat was the absence of the next Pangu Leader who could take over if he left the lion. By UPA-2, that problem had been reduced: Rahul Gandhi was on the horizon. At that time, after a crisis on his government, Singh withdrew his hand. After the nuclear deal, he never threatened to resign.

It is not hard to conclude that Singh used the threat to resign as a strategic tool. But once used, they knew that it would not work again.

Baru raises the question but chooses to defend his master. "Should he resign on the first wave of the scam, with the moral responsibility of corruption of others, rather than the government's defense? Maybe. Could he resign? Probably not. The party would have done a hound to reduce it. After this, he accused him of trying to occupy a high moral ground and started leaving theoretically to avoid being sacked for not getting the goods. When you are riding, it becomes a tiger, which is difficult to eliminate, "Baru writes (p281). This is nothing more than an Adroit Defense.