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MNS chief Raj Thackeray poked fun at Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a student meet organised by the party and narrated a joke circulating in social media over PM's big promises. "I will bring sari, will buy you jewellery, not only this I will even take you on a world tour. To this wife says, "don't just make tall promises like Modi."

This is hilarious: a fun for some and a stimulus for musing. This is in foreground of squandering billions of national unaccounted money to win elections channelised through corporate bodies and in turn benefiting those rich bodies. One having been C.M of a state and currently being P.M of a country facing off with so many multifarious problems and having promised moons on earth may divert attentions temporarily through people like Laxmi Kant Bajpayee, Griraj Singh, Some geet, Amit Shahs, MPs of Shive Sena, leaders of VHP etc. but a large majority of Indians expect the promised to be realised. Will he control prices, industrise and develop manufacturing sectors for employment to nook and corner of the country and catalyse the quantum of exports, bring the money from foreign banks deposited by unscrupulous bodies, punish the mischievous neighbor countries for incursion or unprovoked firing and killing our soldiers, provide education, health, houses etc etc to one and all and specially for those innocent bhakts who even sloganed Modi replacing Hari; (Har Har Modi for Har Har Mahadeo).
Modi has however five years to show miracles but the the beginning based on hypes and boasts concocted in Gujrat and lastly exposed by Kejriwal when he visited remote villages before Parliamentary election is foretelling hither to not for good days. However wait and see for good days, while the government looks a true replica of Congress.
AAP has to prove exception if, as foreseeably, voted to power in Delhi. more  

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dear Md.Ishteyaque Ied Mubarak , well ,If I were in her position I would have said just ONE WORD " W H E N "
My humble request to every one since Mr.Modi is now the Prime minister of our Nation these small things won't affect him much but YES !
We all can jointly bring him to a situation where he has to disclose his" TARGET ACHIEVEMENT DATES " .
We need not to prove again and again how PATIENT are WE . This is one test that we passed with flying colors . more  
For Delhi , we need effective person to change the image of India's
Capital. AAP is not fit for Delhi. more  
Thanks Mr. Mohammad for appreciating my post. As for the observations of other supportive posts, which have taken a rather dismal view about the future I wish to submit that, it is true that after spending exorbitant sums of money in elections, the govt is under pressure to promote crony capitalism, but that is not proving to be easy, with AAP, waiting in the wings to make exposure & some sates going to polls. So the vocal Modiji has opted for silence. But even so let us still analyze matters with an open mind, lest we get accused of being biased ( of course wrongly ). The Ginny, of election expenses, uncorked during campaigning, refuses to go back into the bottle!!?? Again, I wish the govt proves me wrong. more  
Sri IstiyKe ji Alok ji Sudrshan ji and Ajit ji now time is good for AAP. more  
The number of persons, wondering what the BJP will do, more particularly what Modiji will do, is steadily increasing. Most are prepared to give the govt more time, which is only fair. It is still not the time to sound alarm bells. However, the way the govt has shaped up in these 2 months has become a cause of worry for many. During these 60 odd days the nation has witnessed fringe issues, such as primacy of hindi language, revision of NCRT books etc taking center stage, and of course, riots in UP, and crucial issues like prices of vegetables, " bijli-pani " issues ( dear to AAP ) being relegated in the background!? Besides, there is deafening silence on corruption!! It seems the approach of the govt is to mobilize funds and kick start work on promised projects. This, it is hoped, will generated job/work opportunities and banish skepticism against the govt? But unless corruption is checked project implementation will be seriously dented and may not produce the desired results. Though I wish the govt's performance confounds us all, however, as of now things do not look very promising, but still let us wait for the 100 days in office limit?! more  
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