Mayawati the next PM? Surfers say no…
BSP president Mayawati has issued an ultimatum to the Third Front that she will only join the conglomerate if she was projected as its prime ministerial candidate.india Updated: Mar 13, 2009 13:08 IST
BSP president Mayawati has issued an ultimatum to the Third Front that she will only join the conglomerate if she was projected as its prime ministerial candidate.
Her ultimatum has raised quite a furore in the Internet. Our surfers all over the globe are appalled by the thought of Mayawati as the next Indian prime minister.
Manoj KR from Anantpur is horrified by the suggestion that Mayawati replaces Manmohan Singh as next prime minister. He says, " No the day she takes over as the next PM, India will go back 200 years." VB for New Delhi agrees and says she does not have any credentials to become the next prime minister.
Manu Kumar from Hoshiarpur has strong views on this suggestion. He says, "I am a SC myself, but I will never vote for Mayawati as the next PM. She is totally corrupt and cheap. We should vote for some smart politician who will work for the welfare for the nation rather than playing shitty, mindless politics. I wont even offer a peon's job to Mayawati.
Objecting her tactics to use caste to come to power, Sudhir Upadhyay from Delhi says, "No I don't want Mayawati to be the prime Minister. Actually I don't want any politician who spreads caste politics to become the PM. "
Dharampal Chhikara from Faridabad says people promoting caste politics like Mayawati and Mulayam should not be considered for the post of prime minister of India. People like Manmohan Singh and Advani are better choices for such a responsible post.
Suman Kumar from Delhi adds, " I bet she would herself give you the right answer if she was not blinded by an ugly veil of a petty, factional, divisive political mindset! How would she grade her performance as CM over the years? With that in the backdrop to even contemplate an elevation is noteworthy!!! "
While most of the surfers are horrified by the thought of Mayawati as the next PM, her supporters are ready to give her a chance to prove her worthy of this responsible and respectable post.
NR Garg from Jodhpur believes an opportunity must be given to Mayawati for heading the Goverment.
Mathimugan Ratnasingam from Australia says," Of course, if her party garners the majority in the Front and they win the elections. Mayawati has shown she has the courage and leadership qualities and has established herself. The name will be new both to the world and in dynasty- ridden India. It will mean no one can take her for granted or India."