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View Poll Results: What happens if BJP - JD(U) part ways?
JD (U) splits down the middle. Sharad Yadav moves out. 1 10.00%
This will a big jolt to BJP 2 20.00%
JD(U) will lose out heavily in Bihar on it's own. 0 0%
This is a good opportunity for BJP to expand in Bihar. 6 60.00%
Others. Pls. explain 1 10.00%
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or Sajjan Kumar..
already I mentioned that there is a different in opinion in group to group of the community... and mobocracy always rules at the spot so it is common in India
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Pure BS, marvibhai and you know it.
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Narendra Modi to take centrestage in UP

Saturday, Apr 20, 2013, 8:00 IST | Place: Lucknow | Agency: DNA


BJP workers are excited as Guj CM is set to address a string of rallies in the northern state

Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi is all set to storm Uttar Pradesh soon. Sources in the BJP here say the party wants to run an aggressive campaign laced with ‘Hindutva’ for the Lok Sabha election, and no one would be able to do that better than Modi. So, no one should be surprised if Modi starts bellowing about the Ram temple in Ayodhya at rallies across the state from next month instead of tom-tomming his development model.

Modi’s programme is yet to be finalised, but state BJP leaders are virtually unanimous that the Gujarat chief minister’s campaign could improve the party’s tally in the state from the present 10 MPs. Sources say the BJP plans to focus on the 69 seats which the party has held at some time.

“There is great expectation and excitement in the party rank and file over Modi’s proposed campaign in UP. Even people who are not committed to the BJP are looking forward to seeing and hearing him,” said state BJP spokesman Vijay Pathak.

State BJP chief Laxmikant Bajpayee also confirmed that there were plans to hold rallies in the state with Modi taking the centrestage along with other top leaders.

With as many as 80 Lok Sabha seats, UP holds the key to the Centre, and the party wants its star campaigners to start touring the state before the monsoon starts, a BJP leader said, adding that Modi could definitely brighten the party’s sagging electoral fortunes.

The sentiment in the saffron brigade vis a vis Modi had become clear on January 21 this year when slogans of “Modi lao, desh bachao” were heard during the “Atal Shankhnaad” rally in Lucknow. The same spontaneous slogans were heard again at the state BJP chief ’s rally at Sonebhadra in east UP last Sunday.

The thinking in the state BJP here is that the party would not be able to ignore Modi’s charisma even if it were at the cost of losing the second biggest NDA partner, the JD(U). Political analysts say both the regional outfits in UP, the Samajwadi Party (SP) and the BSP, would be badly affected if the BJP names Modi as its prime ministerial candidate. “Once it becomes a Modi vs Rahul Gandhi contest, it would be a direct clash between the BJP and the Congress, and the SP and BSP would be edged out,” a senior political journalist said. “In such a situation, the Muslims will move en masse towards the Congress,” he added.

It is perhaps this thinking which has forced BSP chief Mayawati to say that the “Modi factor” will not work in UP while SP president Mulayam Singh Yadav has been indirectly propping up LK Advani against Modi.

http://www.dnaindia.com/india/182461...trestage-in-up
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Sikhs are generally no monolithic bloc like the oppertunist bjp and media tries to portray them. Differences of opinion come in any group of people. Sikhs have more trust in congress than any other political party
Being a Sikh and from the family of riot victim, this was brilliant

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Being a Sikh and from the family of riot victim, this was brilliant

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What was so brilliant?
Brilliant was written in saracasm with reference to Marvelous's statement

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Yeah Just wait and watch. How dhongress fabricate the evidence and implicates RSS in this one too.

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Yeah Just wait and watch. How dhongress fabricate the evidence and implicates RSS in this one too.

You must be having insider information.
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Re: What happens if BJP - JD(U) part ways?

Nitish Kumar's secularism equation = Potential BJP votes - Potential muslim votes.

If the outcome of this equation is negative i.e he gains more muslim votes for every BJP vote he loses , Nitish Kumar will walk out of the NDA.

If the outcome of this equation is positive i.e. he loses more BJP votes per muslim vote gained, we will watch Nitish Kumar drop his newfound secular friends like hot potatoes and return back to the NDA like a chided schoolboy.

I wish the BJP calls off Nitish's bluff and let Bihar go into assembly polls again, then we shall see how big of an opportunist and turncoat Nitish Kumar truly is.

The hallmark of a leader are the causes and beliefs he upholds and goes down defending. So far Nitish has shown himself as still subservient to the unjust caste-religion votebank mentality plaguing India. Modi stands head and shoulders above him and most other politicians (including certain BJP leaders) in defending his 'equality for all' model of governance. BJP, please call Nitish's bluff! Then we will see who is truly 'secular', 'pseudo-secular' and not!
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Why do I strongly believe that all parties combined cannot stop Congress coming back to power at center
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Why do I strongly believe that all parties combined cannot stop Congress coming back to power at center
Swamiji, if no one wins, the congress wins. The Congi game is setting pigeons amongst other parties in form of the media and clever sociological manipulation.
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So far Nitish has shown himself as still subservient to the unjust caste-religion votebank mentality plaguing India.
Caste vote-banks are how things work in India, and this is not specific to Nitish.

Caste is a factor everywhere, but Bihar is a particularly caste-ridden state.

In Bihar, Brahmins, Bhumihars and Rajputs vote for BJP. Nitish brings some other castes. Yadavs go with Laloo. Paswan has his own set of castes. Muslims are divided between Nitish and Laloo, I guess. Congress is not in great shape.

So JD(U) and BJP complement each other. That's where their strength comes from. I don't think Nitish will ditch NDA. He was around in 2002 as an NDA cabinet minister. So I have to wonder what kind of compunctions he has suddenly developed.

But if Modi is PM-candidate, maybe Nitish will lose a few Muslim votes. Or maybe he loses lots. Only the good Lord knows.

I dunno what kind of hard data exists to support these kinds of analyses. Do caste-groups vote en masse for the same party?

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