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(Source: Express archive) Related News Throughout the Rio Olympics, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News At the recent party national council, Modi said that the government will not just reflect the policies of the party but the party will help shape the policies of the government Besides apart from the big four in the Cabinet — Modi Rajnath Singh Arun Jaitley Sushma Swaraj — all other ministers are expected to visit the BJP office once a week and interact with party workers Caught out In Gujarat Modi kept a close watch on what his Cabinet colleagues and others in the party were up to The PM seems to have developed an effective feedback mechanism in Delhi as well Recently the son of a minister was reportedly asked to come to Modi’s residence The PM praised him for his good work but then slipped in a remark that had the young man rattled Modi said it had come to his knowledge that some money had exchanged hands for the posting of an official Modi asked him to return the money The son and his father certainly got the message Pehle aap pehle aap Inside the Lok Sabha opposition MPs are at each other’s throats but outside they observe the basic courtesies Last week Sonia and Rahul Gandhi were walking out of the Lok Sabha and towards Central Hall when they came across octogenarian BJP MP Murli Manohar Joshi Rahul politely stepped aside and urged Joshi to proceed in first “Pehle aap” he insisted Sonia also gestured to Joshi that he had the right of way Joshi countered the courtesy by insisting the Gandhis go in first “pehle aap” Witness to this Lucknow-style exchange Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj who was behind them joked that none of them would enter first and that she would go ahead instead No CM candidates The BJP is not planning to project any individual as prospective chief minister in the four states in which Assembly polls are due shortly including Haryana Maharashtra Jharkhand Jammu and Kashmir Party chief Amit Shah feels that by not focusing on one person the party can draw on the combined strength of several leaders with their diverse caste and regional loyalties In Maharashtra the understanding with the Shiv Sena alliance is that the CM will be chosen from whichever party manages to win more MLAs In Haryana the BJP believes that Kuldeep Bishnoi’s Haryana Janhit Congress is being overambitious in demanding half the 90 seats The BJP wants to pare down the figure drastically This has upset Bishnoi who feels the BJP has become overconfident after the parliamentary elections The wooing game The BJP may claim that it is ready for fresh polls in Delhi but in fact it is reluctant BJP leaders are secretly trying to woo MLAs from the Aam Aadmi Party and Congress to the party Getting four MLAs from the Congress to join the NDA is seen as an attainable target The game plan could be for the Congress defectors to align with the Akali Dal rather than join hands with the BJP directly Low expectations Manmohan Singh did not think he would return as Prime Minister in 2009 This is disclosed by his daughter Daman Singh in her recent biography of her parents Strictly Personal The Congress ended up getting more seats in the 2009 polls as against 2004 For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Some ministers were so overawed by Modi’s presence that they stood up.

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