Are Advani and Rajnath Singh responsible for the troubles in BJP? What are thy upto?
Asked by Good Citizen, 16 Jun '09 01:12 pm
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BJP is facing the severemost crisis of leadership and identity at present. The seed of this debacle was sown in 1990 by Advani when he made it a party of Hindu fundamentalists by resorting to the infamous Rath Yatra... Advani, very cleverly used that yatra as a tool to sideline Atal Bihari Vaypayee a more acceptable face of BJP, And now that subject has lost relevance, so Advani has also been finished. Rajnath Singh and others are not even known outside UP, so I don\'t see BJP standing on its feet again in near future...Answered by Aditya Misra, 16 Jun '09 01:23 pm
A full-scale rebellion seems to be brewing in the \"party with a difference\" against the leadership of LK Advani as the likes of Sinha, Jaswant Singh, Arun Shourie and Vinay Katiyar have taken turns to challenge the former home minister and his close aides on one pretext or the other. According to BJP insiders, Sinha\'s resignation is just the beginning, and more party office-bearers are likely to follow suit and force the leadership toward a total rethink on organisational issues. Sinha has resigned from BJP\'s vice-presidentship, from being in-charge of party affairs in Karnataka, and as head of its foreign affairs cell. Singh promptly accepted his resignation after a quick confabulation with Advani. The immediate trigger for the revolt is believed to be Advani\'s decision to continue as the party leader in the Lok Sabha and the elevation of Arun Jaitley to a similar status in the Rajya Sabha. This had caused disenchantment among the second-rung leaders, ...moreAnswered by dharamender nebhnani, 17 Jun '09 11:43 am
Yes, they should have set example by stepping down from their posts.Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 16 Jun '09 01:14 pm
That is what is generally perceived. Surprisingly they are still trying cling on to their positions in the party inspite of BJPs severe poll reversalsAnswered by Roy, 17 Jun '09 01:23 pm