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As per paper report of today, finally, RSS has given their verdict on BJP's poll debacle. According to this verdict, BJP should follow Naren Mody & Varun Gandhi. BJP need not bother about coalition partners since RSS feels that days of coalition politics is coming to a close. The debacle is due to wrong election strategy & methodology of BJP. Instead of concentrating on high tech campaign, they should have concentrated on hard core Hindutva. In my opinion, it is the sure recipe for BJP to become irreverent like the Leftists.

Asked by Sankar Mitra, 24 May '09 05:06 pm
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BJP will do well if it behaves like a National political party and NOT like a fanatic religious group... like the Taliban.
Answered by QueSera Sera, 24 May '09 05:09 pm

 
  
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Congress win is due to recession and peoples fear of Mayawati or Sharad pawar or Lallu Mian donning a PM post or stupid leftists. Regional parties will not be chosen when crisis looms large. Mayawati could have mesmarised BJP has she won more seats to become PM, stupid chiranjeevi gifted 32 seats to congress by taking out 14% of votes. There is a saying \"no one canspoil chances of lucky and no one can help unlucky\". This time congress is luckiest, greed of all stupids defeated. But my humble request never under estimate BJP, they are down but not out.
Answered by Chinna, 24 May '09 05:32 pm

 
  
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