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Being Amar Singh Stress Disorder Among Indian Politicians
|by Akshay Khanna|
I don't wish to be in Amar Singhji's shoes. He has been called a 'King Maker' but the fifteenth Lok Sabha election results show otherwise. With twenty three seats in the parliament, a number that has come down from thirty eight from the last Lok Sabha, Amar Singh has to undergo tremendous stress in keeping the party together and to dispel any rebellion. Creating an organization with a power base in Uttar Pradesh and transforming it to a national party has not been easy for Amar Singhji.
Amar Singh has been seen as a major player in Indian politics. It was a long way from Kolkata to Madhya Pradesh where he was the provincial secretary of Congress I and then finally to Uttar Pradesh and national politics where he remains a major pillar of the Samajwadi Party. But I would not like to discuss politics although he remains my favorite.
DMK politician Mr. Karunanidhi has not been well and was seen receiving the Prime Minister from his hospital bed.
There are no strict medical guidelines of health awareness for members of parliament in India. Many of those elected have chronic diseases which are kept under wraps.
This is an occupational disease which comes under the realm of Family Medicine and Occupational Health. The Delhi administration has a small dispensary attached to the parliament with a single medical officer and is rarely frequented by our politician.
Comrade Karat and Comrade Biman Bose would have to tell us next if they have a cardiomegaly.
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