Rashtrapati Bhavan became thunderous with the applause from the 6,000-strong crowd when the 56th name called to take the oath of secrecy. It was Pratap Chandra Sarangi, a 64-year-old man, frail with unkempt hair and a beard walked on stage to take oath as Minister of State in Modi Government 2019.
The oath of Pratap Sarangi as Minister of State has many implication including one strong sign as recovery of Indian politics. Why I am saying that, first have a look on the below video?
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I hope everyone reckons the long prevailed phase of Indian politics when giving cabinet position to appease coalition parties or simply say distributing Ministry positions to long list of politicians according to their hold in forming the coalition government was customary.
No matters how competent the politician was or how important the Ministry profile was, it been frivolously donated to either the party with most winning seats or party leader agitating to get that position even with 1-5 seats support in coalition government.
My term here of coalition government is not correct in current scenario as this is an obsolete word from Indian politics in a new accepted form since 2014 elections as Alliance parties.
The oath of Pratap Sarangi clealy implies that Indian voters clear mandate is no more being donated for political greed. This is the start of Indian politics recovery.
— Pratap Chandra Sarangi (@officialSarangi) June 4, 2019
The results of 2019 general election have shown many recovery paths of Indian politics. The mandate was a big blow to negative politics and caste equations in politics. The mandate was a clear sign that no anti-national ideology or incidents will be supported by Indians. The defeat of Rahul Gandhi from Amethi exhibits the voter’s mood to no vote for no development, extending the angle to the end of dynasty politics with defeats of further more politician’s sons as Madhav Rao Sindhia, Lalu Yadav family and more names to count.
The light has given a strong hope for removal of criminals and low image politicians from Indian politics in upcoming future.