Is this called politics??

@skyblue (1299)
India
March 20, 2009 5:46am CST
Uma Bharti (Politician in india)told to reporters that "Among politicians, Advani is unparalleled. When I met him recently, I told him I don't want to be a part of BJP and neither have we thought of being a part of National Democratic Alliance. We want to support him selflessly," Surprised!!!!!!!!!!! Uma Bharti is ready to support for L K Advani for prime ministership, the Bharatiya Janshakti Party president said on Wednesday she would not put up candidates against the party and would campaign for it in the non-BJP ruled states. I am really surprised, some times they fight against with other and some times that said they are friend, and they have no problem. Now i am asking you, is this called politics??
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4 responses
• India
20 Mar 09
May be she has no principle. May be she left BJP in the first place because she did not get important position. Whatsoever, I am not a fan of Uma Bharati. She may sell when it comes to bringing in votes because of her fiery speech, but I think she her absence in the Indian political landscape would be better for the nation.
@rashmie (948)
• United Arab Emirates
20 Mar 09
Yes, she came there because of her skills to influence the masses with her fiery speech... If I am not wrong then, when she became the CM of MP, the Chief Minister house became a modern Ashram.... She was a failed administration.... I fully agree with you that, it would be better for India if she keeps herself away from active politics.......
@rajikoshy (741)
• India
2 Apr 09
Every one is just of the Seat the PM seat thats all no one is for India, for the development of India, or for the welfare of the people of this great nation...... its a sad story....
@GADHISUNU (2163)
• India
24 Mar 09
Do you think people like Uma Bharti are consistent? Wait for her to make an about turn.They used to call her the firebrand politician of the BJP. What happened? Why did she have to form BJsP, if she wanted to unequivocally support BJP? Politics they say is the art of the possible. There may be an axe to grind. Add to that she is a sannyasini!
@rashmie (948)
• United Arab Emirates
20 Mar 09
Hi Skyblue, You seem to be frustrated with the way politicians changed their voice overnight... As the case of Uma Bharati, if she wants to be relevant in the Indian Politics, she has to support Advani. I think she has lost her all credibility as the force to reckon with in MP with the landslide win that the Shivraj Singh Government has got last year. Fighting among politicians are not new at least in India. It is tough to say whether this is a part of standard politics or not but yes it is a part and parcel of Indian Politics. We have some reference about this type of politics in the Arthashashtra of Kautilya in Mauryan Era.....Then the British rule is replete with this type of politics played by Indians.... Politics is very hard to define and even hard to implement in accordance with the definition.