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There is a vertical SPLIT in BJP's philosophy
....ramaraj,traditions & hindutwa on one side...development, modernisation and globalisation...on the other! Now MODI is trying to win votes from people on both sides,GiriRaj Singh and Tagodia are only his mouth pieces. Like a dog that wags its tail and also barks, modi is sending signals to both camps. Any com?

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Asked by Shunmugham, 23 Apr 01:24 pm
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Yes, I agree with you. Doing very smartly, but people like you can always decode it, and that is why he is very worried and so desperate now a days as the graph is now declining.
Answered by Shamim Shaikh, 23 Apr 01:44 pm

 
  
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I am expecting a disaster after he is given PM chair.
Answered by Prakash Chandra, 25 Apr 05:26 pm

 
  
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Vertical splits are problems
Answered by G Gulati, 23 Apr 02:58 pm

 
  
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GR Singh - Even officers from police and intelligence agencies have charged the Bihar govt of weakening India's hands by being deliberately soft with the Pakistani agent Bhatkal. But when a BJP candidate speaks against such people, the "good" people want to hang him
Togadia - Yes, I agree every Indian citizen has a right to live anywhere in India and no one should be discriminated on basis of religion.
Can Muslims tolerate the sound of temple bells in their locality?
Will Hindus accept public slaughter of goats and cows with the blood of those animals flowing in their residential compounds?
So, let us not be self righteous hypocrites. First such clashes between the basic values of the two cultures have to be addressed
Answered by Vikram, 23 Apr 01:52 pm

 
  
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A huge amount is reportedly spent on improving PR for which expert teams have been appointed to advice. There is clear shift from stiff stand of Hindutva to more forward looking approach eyeing votes from other sections of society. NaMo and his party have publicly disowned the remarks by some of their party men.
Answered by Lucky, 23 Apr 01:29 pm

 
  
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