As the Bharatiya Janata Party on Tuesday gave notice for a breach of privilege motion against Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in connection with the 2008 bribe-for-votes scam. Is it a great new idea from newly selected head Mr Nitin Gadkari to keep the party in limelights to gear up for General Election in the near future?
Is it too late and too little from a formidable opposition party?
(http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/BJP-gi ves-privilege-notice-minister-says-allegation-fals e/articleshow/7760158.cms)
Unless the BJP flush out unwanted elements in its fold and infuse new blood and act as a true opposition with a set agenda they will go no where. Most people are fed up with the way they are performing as an opposition party. If they go on like this they will be pushed into third or fourth place in the next election
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First they will have to settle a basic question that whether PM of the current Lok Sabha can be held accountable for actions of a PM of a previous Lok Sabha (even if they happen to be the same individuals)