Current political situation in Tamilnadu - Gain confidence from Chief Minister
There is a popular humour that a minister addressing public meeting, came back to his/het chamber only to find that his/her portfolio had been snatched. Thus his/her confidence of position is betrayed.
This could be referred to Tamil Nadu Ministers reshuffle six ministers as on November 05, 2011. Six out of 33 ministers have been from cancelled, and six new faces have been filled up the gap. The new faces are
S.Damodaran The names of those to whom the exit was shown are
The fact remains here to be deeply pondered whether the expelled ministers lacked necessary capability to deliver goods, or earned the wrath of high command.
Let this news lead the readers to ponder uses and abuses of good governance.The political analysts' assumption of command is important because while our electoral franchises were considered precious, and noble, (but how far this holy dignity dwells in the domain of public mind and opinion is altogether is a different story) although Jayalalithaa has performed a astonishing comeback as chief minister in May 16 winning its own, and could see a staggering 148 seats, keeping its arch rival DMK, who being entangled by notorious spectrum corruption, could get mere 23 seats out 234, losing its status as party of opposition assembly and was badly pushed to humiliation.
Now what really wonders to the people every where and also to the political observers concluding in favour of her or not to be, and that such an expansive ministry involves in good service to the state. The system of freebies introduced by erstwhile DMK especially free television sets, kept the Tamil Nadu folks well informed about the misdeeds of DMK, what one can consider a blessing in disguise to AIDMK in her electoral campaign.
More explicitly saying, Jayalalithaa became an electoral competent announcing freebies, and she saw an extraordinary victory, and she kept her electoral promises by supplying 20 kg rice for the poor and 35 kg for the very poor through the public distribution system, four grams of 'mangalsutra' in gold to the poor on top of the Rs.25, 000 ready money on weddings, the pension scheme for the elderly, destitute, widows, differently challenged persons, have been twofold to Rs.1,000, fishermen have been recompensed by payment hike if they suffered 45-day fishing ban. Free laptops to the students of Std. X to Plus Two belonging to government and aided schools, free mixer or grinder or fans for women and free cattle for the rural poor are undreamt boon to the poor beneficiaries.