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Why the manifesto has teh Ram Mandir agenda on the last para and just a 2 line mention with in the stipulation of the law or frame work of law kinds ?
Wht BJP remembers Ram Mandir only during election time ??

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Asked by Apocalypso, 09 Apr 11:04 am
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Ram Mandir n article 370 have been included to satisfy some hard liners.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 09 Apr 11:14 am

 
  
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So that it is there for record but not so important for BJP !
Answered by syed ilyas, 09 Apr 11:06 am

 
  
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They are selling the Bhagwan for votes
Answered by online politics, 09 Apr 11:06 am

 
  
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A lot depended upon the country. In India once a town was established there was a court system in place and people mostly policed themselves. Lawyers were engaged to lodge suits against people accused of theft and other crimes. Towns had watchmen and Sherrifs and Sherrifs had Deputies. Often the Captain of the Local Militia served as a law officer. ',

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""Law officials were appointed by the townspeople and carried out criminal punishment. The system ran higher and had a clear structure. On the discoveryschool.com web site it is explained as follows: "Each colony had a governor, a legislature, the governor's council, and a court system. In royal colonies, the monarch appointed the governor. In proprietary owned privately by a group or individual colonies, the proprietors appointed the governor." There were also a couple of corporate colonies like Rhode Island and Connecticut that actually allowed voters to elect their own governor. ...more
Answered by Mickey, 12 Apr 11:28 am

 
  
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Ram Mandir has been always there on BJP, it moves up & down on the list depending on need of the day. All it need is a person with a political will and BJP & it followers know that they hv person in horizon who can deliver it that to in a bloodless way.
It will be not a subject for BJP in forthcoming GE if BJP can hv a stable, self-reliant govt. for next 5 years though the so called secularist ppl. & parties with vested interest would continue keep harping on this issue for decades to come.
Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 09 Apr 11:16 am

 
  
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