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Old October 22nd, 2014, 08:53 AM
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SO what is going on - Gadkari wants to be CM?
He is seen saying on news channels that he is happy in Delhi.
I am guessing the media doesn't have much clue about what is happening.. every news agency has some different scoop depending on which person they speak to.. I am going to stop following the news on this issue now.

Some are saying Gadkari is trusted by Sena so he may emerge as the eventual CM candidate and he has purposefully planned a trip to Nagpur and his show of strength with 40 MLAs (most of these are first timers from Vidharba).

Fiction is being planted these days by news channels just to get the first breaking news credit. One channel announced Amma got bail the first time even before the judgement actually came.. then retracted it, thereby earning the wrath of AIADMK and getting banned from TN for a few days.
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No i think the observer was rajnath and another guy mathur something ..

Gadkari prolly got thinking CM of rich state Maharashtra is bigger than road transport minister or may be supporting somebody else.. in school kids are asked who is CM of state .. Not who is union minister.
Gadkari has enough clout to become CM whenever he wants to. He has already made plenty of money . He has declared his net worth of 8 Cr. that means he is worth 800Cr.

Now, if he plans to make some name for himself, he will stick to center. Devendra knows that he is the new kid on the block and he will not fight Gadkari. He is still young and he will go with whatever party decides. If he is not CM, he will still have major role in Maharashtra politics. This news is more of media hype.
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Gadkari has enough clout to become CM whenever he wants to. He has already made plenty of money . He has declared his net worth of 8 Cr. that means he is worth 800Cr.

Now, if he plans to make some name for himself, he will stick to center. Devendra knows that he is the new kid on the block and he will not fight Gadkari. He is still young and he will go with whatever party decides. If he is not CM, he will still have major role in Maharashtra politics. This news is more of media hype.

So, you still owe us a party on his behalf
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Devendra knows that he is the new kid on the block and he will not fight Gadkari. He is still young and he will go with whatever party decides. If he is not CM, he will still have major role in Maharashtra politics. This news is more of media hype.
Yes, I am rooting for him as well.. He looks to be from a simple sanghi family.


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Looks like Sena has climbed down from its earlier obstinacy and now ready to back BJP .. but BJP has got to be wary of wounded tiger.
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People in Delhi, youngsters I know, who are still happy for those 49 days of government.
looks like not many backing AAP these days ..



And the youth ('y' pronounced as 'ch' here) icon of AAP, big time abuser on twitter, Mr. Vishal Dadlani (#65 on this list) is about to be caught in black money scandal.
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Re: Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2014

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Can Congress bounce back from No 3?



Having been thrashed in the general election, and again in the state elections last week in Maharashtra and Haryana, can the Congress bounce back? And if so, how and why?


In the past, the Congress has often been written off after massive defeats but bounced back. However, we may have entered a new phase. The Congress was able to recover from terrible debacles in the past as long as it remained the second largest party , in state as well as national elections. The reason was simple. Incumbents tend to lose, especially after more than one term, in all democracies. So, even if a Congress state government had performed dreadfully and been ousted by voters, it could hope that the new government would also face anti-incumbency after a few years, and be voted out. In this game, the Congress didn’t have to do anything spectacular while in Opposition. It could just bide its time, and wait for its opponent to make mistakes and be hit by anti-incumbency .


But that strategy will no longer work in several states.Wherever the Congress has slipped to third or fourth position in a state, anti-incumbency has favoured the No 2 party , leaving the No 3 party out in the cold. The Congress has never been able to bounce back in any state where it has fallen to third position.


This first happened in Tamil Nadu. The Congress ruled the state till 1967, but lost to the DMK. Congressmen waited confidently for a comeback. But then MG Ramachandran split from the DMK to form the AIADMK.These two parties have occupied the No 1 and 2 positions ever since. The Congress, at No 3, has grown ever weaker.


The pattern was repeated next in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. The Congress was thrashed by Lalu Yadav in Bihar in 1990, but was still No 2. Then it slipped to third position in 1995, being overtaken by the BJP as well as Lalu. And later Congress slipped to No 4 after Nitish Kumar split away from Lalu to form the Samta Party , later called the JDU. Even when the Congress returned to power in New Delhi in 2004-14, it remained a pygmy in Bihar.


In Uttar Pradesh, the largest state, Mulayam Singh Yadav edged out the Congress in the 1989 state election.After that the BJP and BSP came up strongly, relegating Congress to third or fourth position. It was never able to bounce back.


Despite these setbacks, the Congress remained either No 1 or No 2 in other states. This enabled it come back after every defeat, though often as head of a coalition, not in its own right.


But in the last few years the party has slipped to No 3 or lower in several other states. The top two positions are now occupied in West Bengal by the Trinamool Cogress and Left Front; in Andhra Pradesh by the TDP and YSR Congress; in Haryana by the BJP and INLD; and in Maharashtra by the BJP and Shiv Sena.


Today , the once-mighty Congress rules in only three major states -Karnataka, Kerala and Assam -and some mini-states like Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Manipur. These states account for less than 80 of the 543 seats in Parliament.


Clearly , the Congress can no longer bank on anti-incumbency to return to power in places where it has become No 3. It needs a new purpose, a new message to enthuse voters. Alas, its leadership shows no sign of acknowledging this. Some Congressmen have the forlorn hope that Priyanka Gandhi can be a new savior. But the dubious deals of her husband were a key reason for the party’s decimation in Haryana, so she could be more a liability than an asset.


Some intellectuals have suggested that the Congress should sack the Gandhi family , or at least Rahul Gandhi.Sorry, but the party is a bunch of opportunists held together only by the Gandhi family . Without the family, it will split into irrelevancy .


And the party retains one trump card. Even if it slips to No 3 in state after state, it is easily No 2 at the national level. Regional parties may hammer it in state elections, but no single regional party can beat it at the national level. So, when anti-incumbency duly hits the BJP after one, two or even three terms, the Congress can still hope to replace it at the head of a diverse coalition. Coalition dharma may mean the Congress will have to swallow even more humiliations than were heaped on it by the Left Front in 2004 and by Mamata Banerjee in 2009. But all is not lost.
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Well , I hate congress for all the things that it has done. But I won't go so far as to write them off completely. It can come back by virtue of mistakes made by its rivals.
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looks like not many backing AAP these days ..



And the youth ('y' pronounced as 'ch' here) icon of AAP, big time abuser on twitter, Mr. Vishal Dadlani (#65 on this list) is about to be caught in black money scandal.
Not an issue for me whoever wins, I am subject of the president, PM is for you people

If this poll is correct let BJP go for polls as early as possible and we can see result then

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Re: Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2014

AK49 will get slaps again if polls held.. But as we speak your prez wants bjp to get another shot at making govt in Delhi bechare Pranab da.. Kabhi socha hoga prez ban ke yeh din dekhna padega

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looks like not many backing AAP these days ..


18-22 actually sounds high. Looks like there are many who still back AAP!
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18-22 actually sounds high.
It doesn't sounds high to me.I won't be surprised if the AAP score is 25+ or even possibly 30+.actually their vote score was appr. 32.9% in LS delhi elections,which was actually a increase in vote score compared to 3 cornered 2013 assembly elections.you were speculating that AAP may win 1 seat in Maharashtra, when in reality, AAP was NOT even contesting Maharashtra & haryana elections,to save resources for a possible fight in delhi.so its clear that you are not following AAP or its moves.

In reelection, people will vote either for BJP or AAP, but NOT vote for instability (cong.), so cong. will come down from 8 to 4 or even below that. It will be like bihar 2005,when elections were held twice as LJSP failed to support either between RJD& JDU-BJP.In reelections, LJSP lost maximum.


meanwhile,SC is Questioning the delay in Delhi elections.If not done anything now,SC will surely GIVE A ORDER for dissolving the assembly. so, elections soon.

NEWS:SC pulls up Centre and Delhi LG for delay in taking decision regarding government formation


http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/...campaign=cppst
http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/d.../1/397861.html

meanwhile,AAP is demanding elections for a last few months.
http://indianexpress.com/article/cit...lve-house-aap/
http://www.business-standard.com/art...1800983_1.html
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you were speculating that AAP may win 1 seat in Maharashtra, when in reality, AAP was NOT even contesting Maharashtra & haryana elections,to save resources for a possible fight in delhi.so its clear that you are not following AAP or its moves.
Good that at least some one is following me. Now, i thought AAP is an all India party and if it can win in Punjab, why not in Maharashtra, specially Mumbai.

Now since, you follow AAP, could you tell why it had put candidates in LS elections from Maharashtra (like in Baramati) but did not contest assembly elections.

I also speculated some gain for MNS, but it got bashed badly. It got 1 seat, but MIM got 2 seats including one in Byculla.
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Now since, you follow AAP, could you tell why it had put candidates in LS elections from Maharashtra (like in Baramati) but did not contest assembly elections.
The way they lost LS in Maharashtra they had better think twice before going there..

btw, why did they not announce Yogi "Saleem" Yadav as CM candidate for Haryana? Oh I recall they never even contested even though AK49 is a Haryanvi and a big supporter of khaps. It was a protest to clean up politics of Haryana.

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Supreme Court has taken matter in its hand and asked that a state cannot be run on continuous president's rule.

I think BJP is building up to take the vidhan sabha in one shot

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