You know Indian politics is right now like a furniture. […]
You know Indian politics is right now like a furniture.
A chair (kursi) - that is the status in politics is like a real chair now which can be made up of different materials.
For the Congress, India is like a wooden chair. Congress acts like termite which is eating the wood bit by bit. At a slow pace it is extracting all the nutrients of the wood, eating and digesting it and what will remain at the end is just wood powder which can be blown away by wind.
On the other hand the AAP treats politics as a plastic chair. New, fashionable, with different colours, available in different varieties. Something plastic chair mould new to offer and thereby selling well. However, plastic does not last long. It is fancy but its a use and throw product. Use it for some years and look for new. You don't like the colour, discard the old one and buy new.
Lastly the BJP. It treats people as Metal. May be mold manufacturer Wrought Iron or Copper. The chair is sturdy, lasts long and can take great pressures. Difficult to break or mouldyet stubborn. However, some corrosion may exist like rust which can be overcome by polishing or periodic greasing and lubricating. This will maintain the shine for ever and very inexpensive servicing cost the chair will last for a very long time.
Now we have to decide which chair we want. Where do we want to sit. On wooden chair, plastic chair or the metal chair.
The answer is obvious. However think before you vote.