Ms. Kiran Bedi, India's first woman IPS Officer, Chief Minister aspirant on behalf of BJP in the recent 2015 Feb. Delhi elections, is reported to have said:-
"...I am not doing it for the first time. I used to visit gurudwaras in Amritsar when I was a child. I used to go to church in my school. I believe in all religions. I learnt the 'sarva dharma' during my childhood. It's all upto God now. ..."
ybrao a DONKEY'S VOICE
What was she doing between her childhood and her candidature for the Delhi CM post?
Mr. Arvind Kejriwal, A.A.P. leader, and Delhi CM aspirant is reported to have said:-
".....Will go to all temples and gurudwaras in my constituency today. I pray to God that let truth triumph and let the common man win ..."
Accordingly he is reported to have gone to Mr. Kejriwal is reported to have visited Gurudwara Rakabganj and Birla Temple, New Delhi.
ybrao DONKEY'S VOICE
Both Bedi and Kejriwal seem to lack self-confidence. OK. Suppose, they do not visit the Gurudwaras and temples. Will they lose their elections? Suppose, all the candidates of all the parties (except Communists) go to prayer houses of all religions. Only Bedi and Kejriwal remain in home. Will God see that these two are defeated, for their disobedience?
Actually, even after getting clean majority, post of the Chief Minister of any State can be a virtual hell. Because States are beggars at the gate of Union Finance Minister for alms. Chief Ministers without money (probable exception KCR in Telangana, with Hyderabad City in his kitty) will have to perform Kuchipudi or Kathak dance before people.
Marxists and leftists should develop leaders from their grassroots, who do not visit churches, gurudwaras, masjids and temples.