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Viren Naik's comment on How to tackle new challenges world is facing

So it is noted that M J Akbar has joined BJP well he is right A politician should have three hats. One for throwing into the ring,one for talking through and one for pulling out rabbits if elected.mankind will never see an end of trouble until..lovers of wisdom come to hold political power or the holders of the power..become lovers of wisdom.In order to become the master ,the politician poses as the servant.You see we have plenty of confidence in India,but we are very short of good men to place our confidence in.He has done the ultimate bargaining in this game : I offer my opponents in the right wing a bargain: if they stop telling a lie about me,I will stop telling the truth about them.Mahatma Gandhi once wrote : ' I do dimly perceive that whilt everything around me is ever changing,ever dying,there is underlying all that change change a living power that is changeless,that holds all together,that creates,dissolves and recreates'. ...M.J.Akbar has finally taken his steps on his way to become a future President of India...I warmly welcome him to take his way of thinking by joining the antagonistic in his own territory and terms and bid to bring calmness and reconciliation within the conscience of Bharatiya Janta Party. Mahatma Gandhi Again ' Non -Violence is not a cloistered virtue to be practiced by the individual for peace and final salvation,but it is a rule of conduct for human society if it is to live consistently with human dignity and make progress towards the attainment of peace for which it has been tearning for ages past.' Regards and God Bless Viren Naik
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