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Luck matters; but not always

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“Even the rains have stopped, or else we fear that the celebration may be disturbed”. Chief Minister N. Biren Singh showed his apprehension while speaking during the celebration of 1 years of his government where Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi along with other Union Ministers, MPs attended.
Lucks does matter, N. Biren Singh had never expected that he would become the Chief Minister of Manipur as BJP Manipur had already senior member who were capable becoming the Chief Minister. It was his luck that no other senior members got elected.
A slip of tongue, perhaps, while celebrating the BJP victory in the state last year, Chief Minister spells out his magic words “Go to Hill”. But N. Biren Singh keep his words. Since the coming of his government, many changes have been brought. The gap of misunderstandings between various ethnic communities of the state has been bridge and the most frequently heard word “Blockade in High ways” is now history.
N. Biren Singh and his team deserved the celebration of one years of his government.
It was again luck that 105th Indian Science Congress is being hosted by the Manipur University which co-incidence with the completion of one year of N. Biren Singh Government. Scientists and scholars from across the country are visiting the state for the occasion and simultaneously witnessing the year of his government.
Luck does favour N. Biren Singh. The threat from the opposition congress party is unlikely to give any impact as the politics of Manipur always depend on the change of politics at the Center.
Well there might be some changes with the withdrawal of the Telugu Desam Party (TPD) from NDA today morning. But there is no way that Congress party rise at the center. As long as Congress don’t rise at the center there is no way that Congress Party here in the state throw out the present government. The Supreme Court verdict on the parliamentary secretary issue might compel the Governor of Manipur to disapprove consent to the Bill passed by the state legislative Assembly in an attempt to rescue the 12 MLAs, but the luck this time is on the side of N. Biren Singh and his political party. In one year many changes have been shown except the promises on re-engagement of retired officials and corruptions at some sectors. BJP will surely regain the seats, as luck still favours him. But the fate of the 12 MLAs depends on how the ruling of the court comes and the response of the Election Commission of India. This is stated as Supreme Court verdicts on PS issues at Delhi State Assembly said disqualified candidate for holding office of profit cannot contest election for three years.

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