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Dutt counters "But we have to look at the women’s angle naa How will we show it in a picture" the party worker presses "No no it will seem I am clearly pretending. no" Dutt dismisses the idea with a wave of her hand Priya Dutt AFP Forty-seven-year-old Priya Dutt is the Congress MP from the Mumbai North Central constituency – one huge chunk of suburban Mumbai that comprises Bandra east and west Kalina Vile Parle Kurla and Chandivli Dutt’s constituency is almost as schizophrenic as Mumbai itself There’s the wealth-meets-chic air of Bandra West – home of the stars and the well heeled the restive raucous Kurla the middle-class upper-class demographic of Kalina and Chandivli and large swathes of slums everywhere Dutt some would say has reaped her father’s reputation well and has mostly has a free run in her constituency over the last two polls However this time there is trouble in the horizon One is the all-India anti-incumbency wave which might wash over her too With BJP’s Poonam Mahajan making definite inroads and the Samajwadi Party’s Farhan Azmi entering the poll fray this time Dutt might have more on her plate than usual "I can’t do all this strategy making not my thing at all" she says in a resigned voice asked if she has to rethink her poll strategy this time Following are excerpts from an interview with her: Q: You couldn’t have missed the conversations about the anti-incumbency wave against the Congress Opinion polls too have predicted a wash-out for your party. A: As for the polls I don’t know how far we can trust these polls Your sample size is always very small and our constituencies huge It’s very difficult to say accurately how the entire constituency will vote from opinion polls like these All I can say is that we will fare better in real than we have in the opinion polls Q: But you do acknowledge the fact that there is a sense of deep disappointment in the party. A: I have been told about this But I am trying to understand why Why would people be disappointed in a party which took the first definitive step against corruption The thing is people have started to forget what was happening in the country ten years back when the Congress came to power Why will a party which introduced RTI want to nurture corruption Even with the system action has been promptly taken Q: So do you think Congress has failed to come up with a strong counter attack against the Opposition A: It’s not in the party’s nature to crucify somebody for no reason I think the Opposition plays a very important role in a democracy It helps keep the checks and balances We have not been able to function properly in the Parliament thanks to them It is as if their five-year-plan was to disrupt the functioning of the government . we have a policy paralysis because of them But I agree we have not been able to counter the Opposition professionally enough Q: So do you think there is still ways to salvage the situation for the Congress A: I think our party’s ideology should speak for itself Unlike BJP the party’ achievements are bigger than an individual’s in Congress Nobody is talking about the BJP they are only talking about Modi A political narrative like that never augurs well for democracy. Q: The Samajwadi Party which has not fielded candidates against you ever has fielded their regional chief’s son against you this time Do you think it is because the Congress is being perceived as weak and everyone thinks they have a fair chance A: I think every opponent is important One thing is you know that you have a strong chance and have a strong agenda so you contest Another is fighting an election to scuttle a few votes here and there. to cut into someone’s votes The SP is doing just that They are asking the Muslims to vote for them since the candidate is Muslim himself Using the Muslim card is a age-old tactic but the Muslims are no fools They understand and know what is in their best interest For me a competition is a competition. I don’t spend time analysing my opponents Q: Given that corruption is a big issue that the Congress is being targeted how advisable was it to give a ticket to Ashok Chavan A: There was a thorough investigation in the case When the government dismissed the judicial probe Mrs Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi wanted the government to re-look at the issue The Election Commission and the CBI have both given a clean chit to Ashok Chavan. how can you say he was involved in the Adarsh scam The easiest thing to gain some publicity is by criticizing the government in power that’s what everyone is doing. And BJP is only tied up with criticising and advertising.they have not even come up with their manifesto in time It’s as if Modi is their manifesto Q: There have been allegations that you are not as approachable to your electorate as your father Late Sunil Dutt was. A: I don’t know how to counter it I don’t go out and take random pictures to be pushed on social media I take up projects and also oversee how they are progressing myself I set up medical camps and go for all of them I have set up computer training classes and attend all their certificate awarding functions I have disability camps set up I meet people on Tuesdays and Thursdays and the rest of the day my office functions fully to listen to people’s complaints issues etc When there was a fire in Behrampada I helped them rebuild their homes from MHADA funds In Shastrinagar I had set up a relief camp for a month after there was a fire. Q: Do you think the AAP is a force to reckon with in Mumbai A: I don’t think the AAP is quite big in Mumbai.. Big heavy bats that hit through the line when the ball is coming straight at them lure batsmen into doing only that.

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