Daily News Tadka -16.05.2016

PBs twisty take on the top five headlines of the day.

1. TN poll percentage over 25%, rains hamper voting

A lot of citizens had immense faith in the voting trend surging through even with the bad weather condition with the expectation that a good turn over will help DMK capture power.
However, the final call of the exit polls show that Amma might have to leave, even if Tamil Nadu predictions are not completely believable.

2. Kerala records 28.46 per cent polling till noon

The need of the state is to elect a govt. to work for the upliftment of poor irrespective of their caste/religion/region. As voting for Kerala assembly polls ended Monday evening, exit polls have predicted that the CPM-led Left Democratic Front (LDF) would return to power in the state.

3. Nitish Kumar May Seek CBI Probe Into Siwan Journalist Murder Case

Politics have deteriorated to goondas, rowdism which is visible across country. Recent gun attack in Surat, murder of Vyapam accused and witnesses etc are also equally some glaring examples.
Another question that arises from this news is, Why has Nitish not given Aditya’s case to CBI?

4. AAP Govt Spent Rs 15 Crore On Advertisements in 91 Days: RTI Reply

Spending money on advertising, fighting over the PM’s degree, while all that time and energy to find loop holes in his administration and utilize that money for the welfare of people.

5. Exit Polls 2016, final verdict for Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal

Finally its people mandate which rules the state. Didi has to work hard to keep Left far behind in coming years. BJP should find right candidate in West Bengal and concentrate on more development work in Bihar and Bengal. Assam”s prediction is a welcome change. Tamil Nadu and Kerala results show how people are ready for change.

Though Modi has magic but news channel should not diminish the hard work of local leaders and volunteers. News channel must stop glorification of few individual e.g. Modi, Rahul and Kejrwal.

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