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Vol. 6 | Issue 3 | June 2012
Bric-a-brac
ends & friends
 
Memory problems
Mulayam in rush
When Uttar Pradesh’s leader Mulayam Singh Yadav chose his son Akhilesh Yadav as the heir apparent and made him Chief Minister, many wondered why he was in such a hurry to hand over control. More recently, his daughter-in-law Dimple Yadav has been announced as the candidate from the Kannauj Lok Sabha seat. But, Netaji, as he called by his followers, probably feels he is short of time and wants to oversee a smooth transition of power. It is suspected that Netaji is suffering from Alzheimer’s and is prone to forgetting names, faces and contents. Those within the inner circle say that at times he even has difficulty in sustaining a discussion. Party insiders inform that he is likely to go to the US for the treatment. He has got his all tests done recently at a Noida hospital, and it is learnt that he has some problem but not Alzheimer’s. Netaji’s supporters want us to believe that the forgetfulness is intended as he wants everybody around him to talk directly to Akhilesh. If it is a strategy, it is fine but if there is more to it than one has to be brave like Ronald Reagan, the 40th US President, who announced that he suffered from Alzheimer’s. g    

Comments :-
Tory
Wednesday, July 04, 2012
Intelligence and sipmlcitiy - easy to understand how you think.
sukumar
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Thats why He forgot what he told siting with Mamta

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