By K.N. Pandita
This election campaign saw only the ridicule in Farooq’s character, though, of course, he is not devoid of sublime.
Why did he allow angst to have better part of him? When you speak in anger you presumably speak the lies.
He found opportunity to ventilate his cumulative torment for not becoming President or Vice President of India for which he had once upon a time stoutly lobbied in Delhi.
He lost the bid because he was considered temperamental. Many people think he is mad, very few know he has method in madness. Continue Reading…