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Dismal performance of left may become end of the road for them. BJPs dilemma is to or not to follow Hindutva . No Hindutva means end of road for RSS as well. If in the present conflict in Pakistan, the Jihadis get wiped out, relations between the two neighbors is bound to become friendly and that might become sufficient reason for BJP to come off the age and pursue a positive policy? Otherwise, they are also likely to meet the same fate as the Leftist. That will be damaging for our democracy as there will be no viable opposition to Congress. Do you agree with these views?

Asked by Sankar Mitra, 18 May '09 06:20 pm
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The left will learn lessons from their defeat in West Bengal as well as in Kerala. Unless they do something concrete, they will be unseated by the Trinamool Congress and the Congress together. BJP, I think should overhaul itself and bring in a new leader to infuse new blood in the party, otherwise, they will not be able to improve. Till BJP is closely attached to the RSS, only Hindus are likely to support it. It should become more secular to attract support from other communities and come up. I hope and wish that the extremists elements in Pakistan will be wiped out once and for all. A strong opposition is required in a democracy to keep proper check on the ruling party/coalition. I think the Left is going to oppose the UPA, tooth and nail. The BJP will also do this job well and in this Lok Sabha, I am sure there will be strong opposition to the ruling coalition.
Answered by Francisco, 18 May '09 06:30 pm

 
  
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A party's mindset depends on the people manning it! bjp was at the centre for almost nine years wherein they did not do any anti secular activities apart from the gujarat issue! tomorrow, if a new person enters congress who is a religious person and believe in practising it everywhere, then may be congress may also become a religious party at some point of time. very often you come across public offices which are adorned by religious symbols of the person occupying the office when that is simply not allowed in a secular country! there are convent schools which spread religious messages! multi party system is a must and we have to give chance to everybody to govern and run the country. absolute majority like in the times of indira gandhi could allow the party to become undemocratic as happened during her time! if it was not for the absolute majority congress enjoyed at that time, we could have had a uniform civil code which would have been a boon for the daughters of islam had indira ga ...more
Answered by Doveson Cheruvathur, 18 May '09 06:37 pm

 
  
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Too alarmist
Answered by anil garg, 26 Dec '09 10:12 pm

 
  
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Those who are playing with the sentiment of the people and taking the advantage of the innocence of the people they can't survive any more.....they have to change their attitude for the devlopment of the society ......now people have realised the fact and will act accordingly in future also......
Answered by pradeep mishra, 18 May '09 06:33 pm

 
  
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Re communists the earlier they are wiped off the better it is for West Bengal and Kerala. there should be oonly at the most four parties, not 1000 or more like we have now. congress along is NOT the solution
Answered by iqbal seth, 18 May '09 06:23 pm

 
  
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