New Delhi: The Modi wave is becoming unstoppable. Recently, Bihar also got Modi-fied when JDU leader and CM of Bihar, Nitish Kumar, did a coalition with BJP to form a new government in the state. Almost every day, Congress’ MLAs are moving to BJP and it seems Congress has no control over its own MLAs.
In order to stop this movement, Congress Vice President, Rahul Gandhi, has devised a method that has been appreciated by many political pundits and scientists. Rahul Gandhi on Monday said that GPS chips will be installed in Congress’ MLAs to track their movement.
While political strategist, Prashant Kishore has called it the biggest reform of UPA, CM Arvind Kejriwal has called it useless. Arvind Kejriwal said, “I am an engineer, GPS chips can be hacked, fir GPS chip location kahin ki bhi dikhaye MLA jayenge BJP me hi. I myself know more than 10 methods of hacking GPS chips.”
Many senior journalists have called it, “Rahul Gandhi Coming Of Age.” Congress Spokesperson Mr. Sanjay Jha is not getting tired praising Rahul Gandhi. Sanjay Jha said Rahul Gandhi is what digital India means not what Modi is trying to do.
Union minister and BJP leader, Ravi Shankar Prasad accused Rahul Gandhi of breaching privacy of his MLA and called it a stupid idea.
If this idea gets implemented then it will not remain limited to politicians, tomorrow employers too will install GPS chips in their employees to know employees’ current location. Is Digital India a boon or bane?