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What is the weakness of BJP -- Principles or infights ?

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Asked by anantharaman, 05 Sep '09 10:48 am
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Infights by some members to get power and weak presidency of raj nath singhji who wanted another term and betrayed advaniji in the election.bjp should have discussed causes of defeat and seniors should be in advisory role and give power to youth.and inner democracy should be applied in case of uttrakhand as well in rajastan.
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 05 Sep '09 08:12 pm

 
  
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ADVANI was advised with a series of demands , as an ELECTION MANIFESTO, much before the last election when he was No-I in the Party. He did not care a fig thinking me too small a fry. Now he ought to feel the dent.
MEMBERS may browse my demands /proposals / questions - 12-15 in items, in this forum elsewhere.
Relieved infighting & shedding off of the Hindu Fanaticism are the only way-out.
Answered by Kanai Chakraberti, 05 Sep '09 11:30 am

 
  
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It is infighting for "One-Upmanship".
Answered by Siachen, 05 Sep '09 11:02 am

 
  
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BJP do not have much grass level workers and thus have less contact with the masses. Only on religious idology no party can sustain long . There are some other religious parties in India who are also failed .
Answered by prabirb, 05 Sep '09 11:02 am

 
  
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Lack of Unity and loose control over partymen.
Answered by ajay, 05 Sep '09 11:02 am

 
  
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Groupism as in the Tamil Nadu Congress and elsewhere.
Answered by Dharmarajan, 05 Sep '09 10:50 am

 
  
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Hate muslim principle is not acceptable to many.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 05 Sep '09 10:51 am

 
  
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The issue w/ BJP is that they started out as an anti ppl mandate. I recall in BJPs more infant years, they were created as a party to attract $$ from corporates & industrialists in our SOcialist days. So, even in beginning they never had a "people's" mandate. It was the party 4 the elite.

When they decided to go "mass" they hurriedly used religion as a rallying point, got themself's involved w/ RSS, and then u ended up w/a clusterhole of conflicting personal interests (in the BJP).

Principally, BJP was NEVER a "people's" party- it was an industrialists' hangout spot :) The more BJP denies this, the more they dig themselves into a deeper hole.
Answered by A Moin, 06 Sep '09 08:23 pm

 
  
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Finance
Answered by Anand Agarwal, 05 Sep '09 07:49 pm

 
  
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The biggest weakness of the BJP is the non-existence of a single leader who commands respect, obedience and invites awe among its supporters. They are beset with an aging leadership and there is an age gap of almost a generation to the second line of leadership, none of whom were groomed for growth in the last 15 so that they could have a national presence.

Look at the next Gen leadership that is slated to take over sometime in December. Sushma Swaraj - more or less confined to the North, seen as a conservative with very little knowledge about her or support for her in any other parts of the country outside the immediate Hindi belt around Delhi.

Jaitley - may be a good organiser but hardly the perception of the common man for a political leader. Where is his support base in the country?

Venkaiah Naidu - Been close to the political high command from 1996. Again hardly a grass root leader who can enthuse and energise public support and empathy to be seen as a leader who would ...more
Answered by Omega, 05 Sep '09 06:29 pm

 
  
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