New Delhi: It is common practice for politicians to rely on abuses during election time. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari had recently said that the 56 abuses that opposition hurled at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Modi had turned them into something that would flourish the blooming of lotuses. Delhi will go to polls on May 12 and the fight this time around is three-way.AAP and Congress dragged out their alliance talk for months causing speculation and uncertainty for so many of their workers and supporters. And, it ultimately failed to yield any result because both parties have their own agendas. Further, the recent pamphlet controversy that has come to light because of AAP and Atishi, has shown how low Arvind Kejriwal’s team can go. Also Read – Odd-Even: CM seeks transport dept’s views on exemption to women, two wheelers, CNG vehiclesWell known cricketers and long-time colleagues of Gautam Gambhir, Harbhajan Singh and VVS Laxman came out in his support. They said that Gambhir would never do such a thing where a woman’s character is assassinated. With his clean background on his side, Gambhir is standing his ground on the pamphlet controversy and his party is extending all the support they can to him in this regard. This in contrast with AAP and Congress. Now, even Congress leaders do not seem to show support for Atishi and AAP’s crusade against Gambhir. And knowing the seriousness of the matter, Gambhir has duly escalated the matter to the judiciary, by filing a defamation case against Atishi, thus protecting his identity and the integrity of politics in the nation. Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: JavadekarIn fact, Gambhir’s disappointment at the incident is shown by his reaction to it. He categorically denied all allegations and said that he is ready to resign from politics if the accusations had any merit. But in exchange he also asked if Kejriwal was willing to resign if he is proven wrong. Gambhir said that he is ashamed of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, whom he accused of orchestrating this attack on him. The state of politics in Delhi has reached new lows in recent years. It has now come down to a place where only blame-games are played between politicians with vested interests. And as a result, central issues in the country are taking a back seat. In fact, the nature of politics has taken a turn for the worse to such an extent that even when AAP claims to be friendly towards Congress, the latter continues to categorically deny such friendly advances from the former’s camp. The BJP has strategised its plan in such a way that they have fielded five sitting MPs again in Delhi, and only two new faces. With the experience that the sitting MPs have and the clean intentions that the new faces bring, the saffron party has set the path for making sure BJP forms government again. This is because Gambhir’s way of thinking clearly shows that bringing a BJP government is the only way of bringing standard and decorum in Indian politics.