After the much-talked-about portfolio distribution in Madhya Pradesh, former minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA Ajay Vishnoi expressed his resentment on social media. “Is hath de, us hath le. Kya shandar udaharn prastut hua hai MP ki vartman rajneeti mein. Aap BJP ko kahan le jana chahte hain? Janta ko batayen ya na batayen, BJP ko yeh batana hoga. (MP politics today presented a great example of quid pro quo. Where do you want to take the BJP? Whether or not you explain this to the people, you have to clarify this to the party),” he tweeted on Monday. Vishnoi was expecting a berth in the new cabinet and after missing the bus he wasted no time before shooting off a letter to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. “I can understand your difficulties but people can’t,” he said.
‘Meeting over lunch’ at home
Banking industry veterans are now required to adjust to a different working style. In the past four months, things have changed for senior bankers who are used to taking key decisions over lunch and dinner meetings. As Rajiv Anand, executive director (wholesale banking), Axis Bank, tweeted on Monday: “I have been invited to a lunch meeting. The client in his home, I in mine. Lunch to be delivered to each of us from a leading restaurant! Crazy!” After all, the show must go on.