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BJP Future - 7 - Guest - 03-26-2011

The two major parties in India are both 'secular' and both of them take Hindus for a ride. But as 'secular' parties they are organizations that shamelessly use Hindus to make a living.

Remember, secularism is anti-Hindu and the secularists (who are the fifth columns that have proliferated in millions thanks to the successful indoctrination over three centuries) short change the Hindus in the name of Hinduism, a unique phenomenon in India!

[size="4"][url=""]Wikileaks reveal the true character of the BJP![/url][/size]

BJP Future - 7 - Guest - 03-28-2011

I haven't seen such online anti-Congress propaganda when Rahul leaks came out, where he said Hindus are more dangerous then Jihadist. why only attack BJP?

Something very interesting. Its like first bite our own and ignore outsiders. In place, people should force them to stick to our agenda and beat outsiders.

BJP Future - 7 - Guest - 03-28-2011

[quote name='Mudy' date='28 March 2011 - 09:09 AM' timestamp='1301283079' post='111259']

I haven't seen such online anti-Congress propaganda when Rahul leaks came out, where he said Hindus are more dangerous then Jihadist. why only attack BJP?

Something very interesting. Its like first bite our own and ignore outsiders. In place, people should force them to stick to our agenda and beat outsiders.


Really?! Did you do that to the BJP?

BJP Future - 7 - Capt M Kumar - 04-15-2011

The BJP national leader and in-charge Jammu and Kashmir BJP, O P Kohli, co-in-charge R P Singh and National General Secretary J P Nadha rushed to Jammu to convene a meeting of the party MLAs. All MLAs were asked to resign from the legislative assembly. The resignation letters would be taken to New Delhi by in-charge J&K O P Kohli and after recommendation of party national president Nitin Gadkari, all the letters would be forwarded to the Speaker for the necessary action, party sources said.

BJP Future - 7 - Capt M Kumar - 05-02-2011

The BJP spokesman said any government decision to declare a shutdown would only help meet the demand of pilots required by the private airlines. "Who benefits from it? The government is playing to the hands of private players by making pilots scapegoats" he alleged.

Rudy said several of Air India's profitable routes had been handed over to private airlines, leading to drop in revenues of the carrier. Further, he said the aircraft at its disposal was not being fully utilised. Air India, which has the largest fleet in the country, operate an aircraft for about eight hours a day while private airlines fly an aircraft for nearly 16 hours a day. Rudy also said that Boeing 777 acquired by the airline has been kept in the bay for four months, causing enormous loss to the state exchequer.

Castigating Civil Aviation Minister Vayalar Ravi's remarks dubbing pilots as a "bunch of 12th pass" persons who were demanding more money, Rudy said "former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi was also a pilot. Is Ravi also referring to him as a 12th pass person?"

BJP Future - 7 - Capt M Kumar - 05-04-2011

"If the poll results show that BJP has gained in these states then this will strengthen Gadkari's position. He can then have his way on Uma's fate," a BJP leader said.

Sources close to Uma said she has not been contacted about tomorrow's Core Group meeting. She is away in Jhansi and is not expected to return to the capital this week.

Gadkari and Advani are keen on having Uma as the face of BJP's election campaign in Uttar Pradesh, which is the next state going to polls as Assembly elections are due there in April 2012.

The Ram temple issue has gained new prominence after September 2010 Allahabad High Court verdict in the title suit. BJP sees a fresh opportunity to sway the public in its favour after the verdict. Uma was one of the BJP leaders who were present in Ayodhya on December 6, 1992 when the Babri mosque was demolished.

BJP Future - 7 - G.Subramaniam - 05-14-2011

The good news is kerala, in 3 seats, Manjeshwaram, Kasargod, and Nemom, BJP came in a very close 2nd

Manjeshwaram and Kasargod are 35% muslim and a fair amount of Hindu consolidation has happened

In this election, the hindu votes went for VS.Achuthananthan,

He is 87 and will not run again.

The remaining Left frontists do not have popular support and do not have much Hindu roots

Meaning , a lot of left front votes can and should go to BJP next time

BJP Future - 7 - Guest - 05-16-2011

Congress is again hitting Karnataka. Congress will never learn. What they will gain from President rule, except it will ego boost to Rahul and his corrupt party.

BJP Future - 7 - Capt M Kumar - 05-16-2011

It's not only Con(gress) but also SC which has pronounced this judgement.

My guess is:

1stly, recommendation of Bhar(dwaj) will not be implemented.

2ndly, if implemented, it will be challenged by the same MLAs and may be SC gets chance to make amends 4 it's judgement.

3rdly, Bhar(dwaj) who has become liability may suffer humiliation of getting removed and no. 1 and 2 r automatically ruled out.

BJP Future - 7 - ramana - 05-18-2011

BSY has proven his majority peacefully many times by now. Next time this comes up it could lead to violence.

BJP Future - 7 - Capt M Kumar - 05-18-2011

Isolated Karnataka Governor HR Bhardwaj has finally buckled under pressure from all quarters and has invited Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa for a meeting in Bangalore on Wednesday. Bhardwaj is now expected to accept Yeddyu-rappa’s request to convene a session of the State Assembly and allow him to take a floor test to prove his majority.

Bhardwaj was left with no option after the Centre “refused” to proceed on his recommendation to dismiss the BJP Government whose strength swelled from 109 to 122 in the Assembly after Supreme Court quashed dismissal of 11 rebel party MLAs by the Speaker.

There were unconfirmed reports that ‘let down’ by the Centre, Bhardwaj may put pressure on the Congress leadership to relieve him of his gubernatorial assignment and accommodate him in the Union Cabinet during the forthcoming reshuffle.;-may-quit.html

BJP Future - 7 - Guest - 05-20-2011

Bharadwaj and Corrupt Congress Party are sitting on report. Not sure what these morons were thinking.

BJP Future - 7 - Guest - 05-23-2011

[quote name='Mudy' date='20 May 2011 - 08:58 AM' timestamp='1305861640' post='111634']

Bharadwaj and Corrupt Congress Party are sitting on report. Not sure what these morons were thinking.


The centre rejects (not an option for it!) governor's recommendation. Now will Bharadhwaj quit and get out of Karnataka?

BJP Future - 7 - Guest - 05-23-2011

Bharadwaj is shameless person, either he want to go back to Delhi and this will give him ticket to Delhi.

BJP Future - 7 - Guest - 05-23-2011

[quote name='Mudy' date='23 May 2011 - 05:58 AM' timestamp='1306110030' post='111665']

Bharadwaj is shameless person, either he want to go back to Delhi and this will give him ticket to Delhi.


[size="4"]Let Bharadwaj live in ignominy and shame![/size]

May 23, 2011 by janamejayan

[size="3"]No question of Bhardwaj’s recall: Chidambaram[/size]

Because the alternative to the Congress Party would be to concede to the demand of the BJP that Bharadwaj be recalled as the Governor who plotted to take over from an elected government.

Would Bharadhwaj put up his letter of resignation voluntarily? He can if he decides on his own political demise!

We call this in Malayalam ‘ Nair pudicha pulivaal’!

BJP Future - 7 - Capt M Kumar - 05-25-2011

NEW DELHI: A day after the terror strike at a military base in Karachi , the BJP said it is the time for the global community to get together to denuclearise and "sanitise" Pakistan to ensure world peace.

"All this establishes Pakistan's vulnerability as far as nuclear weapons are concerned. It is a matter of concern... how is Pakistan going to protect itself?" BJP spokesperson Rajiv Pratap Rudy said at a press conference here.

He said the Mehran attack showed the vulnerability of a country while the Taliban is attempting to make a dirty bomb by capturing nuclear installations and seizing arsenals.

BJP Future - 7 - Guest - 05-31-2011

[url=""]Yeddyurappa backs Sushma over Reddys' appointments[/url]
Quote:Bangalore Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa endorsed the statement made by BJP leader Sushma Swaraj that she did not influence anyone in the induction of Reddy brothers as "correct", saying he had inducted them after consulting the party high command.

Yeddyurappa claimed that he had checked illegal mining to the extent of 90 per cent and only 10 per cent of the menace was still prevalent which would also be eradicated.

He denied that Housing Minister V Somanna's family members were involved in illegal mining in Tumkur district.

Ananth was involved, later Ananth used them to create circus against Yeddy.

BJP Future - 7 - ramana - 06-02-2011

NVS writes in

Quote:Rethinking BJP

The principal opposition party is facing a systemic crisis, says N.V.Subramanian.

1 June 2011:

The BJP's troubles especially as the principal opposition party can no longer be glossed over. This writer would root the troubles of the party to four factors. These are RSS control of the BJP, the manner of selection of the BJP president, the three-legged prime-ministerial race of Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley which is proving a disaster, and the role of such BJP seniors as L.K.Advani, Jaswant Singh, etc.

It is not unreasonable for the RSS to feel a sense of ownership of the BJP because it created its Jana Sangha forerunner. But the RSS's most successful chief, Guru Golwalkar, permitted the setting up of Jana Sangha under duress. Balasaheb Deoras and some others had left the RSS and this was the only way to bring them back. But the RSS always hoped to wind up the Jana Sangha because it found party politics a distraction from its core task of organizing Hindu society.

All this is fairly old history. The point is that as part of the Sangha Parivar and all that it means, the BJP is not going anywhere. The gap between it and the Congress in terms of Lok Sabha seats is not unbridgeable, but it has grown between the 2004 and 2009 polls, despite the first Congress-UPA government having shown no merit to return to power. In any calculation of the future of the BJP at the 2014 elections, you are left wondering how the party can ever return to power on its own, thereby making the NDA a matter of necessity and not of choice.

And today's widely-approved choice of PM for 2014 is Nitish Kumar, not anybody from the BJP. And ignominiously for a national party, it can only have a shy at power by replicating the Bihar experiment at the Centre.

The BJP has simple faded away in UP, which still provides the largest number of Lok Sabha seats. It cannot capitalize on the looming rout of the Congress in Andhra Pradesh. Its government in Karnataka which should have been an advertisement for the South lurches from one crisis to another. It is unable to get its act together in Maharashtra which has been run to the ground by the Congress-NCP. It recently failed to make a comeback in Assam. Yes, its chief ministers are solid. But they are not enough to return the party to power in the Centre.

Obviously, the RSS is not directly responsible for this decline. But it has not given the BJP the independence to chart its own growth path. Although organizations grow collectively, the surge in success usually comes from individual genius. For example, in the late-Eighties/ early Nineties, Advani spearheaded the explosive growth of the BJP. When it formed a NDA coalition government, the leadership passed into the able hands of A.B.Vajpayee.

For various reasons, Advani lost his earlier magic and crashed the BJP in two successive elections. To sideline Advani, the RSS came up with a peculiar principle. The next BJP chief would most likely not be PM candidate and Rajnath Singh got that tenured job. There couldn't have been a worse candidate. Possibly on the same principle, Nitin Gadkari has succeeded Rajnath, and he is in the unenviable situation of having simultaneously to shepherd two PM candidates, Sushma and Jaitley.

In some cases, the one-person-one-post principle may work, but it is run aground the BJP. This writer had suggested an internal party election to choose the president, but possibly she or he would become too independent for the RSS. But without an independently elected BJP president, the party cannot grow beyond its present strength. An elected president would solely be responsible for charting the party's growth (think Tony Blair and New Labour or David Cameron) and he/ she would be the natural choice for PM. If a president fails at the polls, another is elected.

In addition to a RSS-selected party president, the PM competition between Sushma and Jaitley is making it rough for the BJP. In an earlier analysis, this writer had suggested for the BJP to privilege Jaitley over Sushma as PM candidate, chiefly because of Jaitley's clean image. Sushma's attempt to delink from the notorious Bellary Reddys and pass the blame on Jaitley convinces nobody. She is becoming a regular embarrassment for the BJP and lacks the gravity for prime-ministership. The BJP has to revisit her case.

And meanwhile, the party would do well to silence serial embarrassers like L.K.Advani and Jaswant Singh. Advani is indiscreet like Sushma and rushed to Rahul Gandhi's defence in the Bhatta-Parsaul controversy. He disowned a BJP paper on black money after releasing it and he won't give up on "secular" Jinnah. And he's joined by Jaswant Singh who recently penned a piece about the necessity of India to understand Pakistan's concerns about India. What next? Negotiate Jammu and Kashmir?

Sadly, it is not even clear if the BJP understands the rut it has fallen into. Anna Hazare and Baba Ramdev have stepped into the legitimate opposition space vacated by the BJP. On their credibility, they have built a mass following. Without a fundamental rethinking of RSS-BJP relations, and without making one and the same person party president and PM candidate, expect little from the country's principal opposition formation.

BJP Future - 7 - Guest - 06-03-2011

Yeddyurappa wins trust vote in Karnataka

10001th time.

BJP Future - 7 - Guest - 06-07-2011

To me Ramdev thing looks this way:

(1) BC votes are with BJP and SP in UP

(2) SC votes are with Maya

(3) Brahmins are currently with Maya but they may go with any winner or perceived winner

(4) What congress is trying is by using (making a wounded one as hero) Baba to divide the BC votes between BJP, SP and Baba

(5) In such a situation if Brahmins keep voting for Maya and not to either INC or BJP Maya will win a landslide.

(6) Congress want to deal with one party BSP rather than with SP and BSP.

(7) Alliance with Maya will help INC on a pan-India level in terms of dalit votes which is traditionally a congress vote bank (Jagan gets it in AP now)

(8) In addition, using another broker called Amar Singh, they created a party called a Peace Party in UP that is exclusively for Muslims. This is again to screw SP.

(9) Mulayam now will become someone like Paswan or Laloo. (anology: British finally dumped Mir Jaffar and Mir Qasims.)

But a lot of folks expects a backlash and some wishful thinking and the 1% chance is as follows:

(1) RSS makes a deal with an alliance between Baba's party and BJP.

(2) BJP may go with Brahmin CM while Baba may have BC as their CM candidate with an agreement of who ever gets more seats will have their candidate as CM. This will bring both Brahmin and BCs(minus Yadavs ) towards saffron front.

(3) Even if this succeeds the players will be Maya and BJP but with bulged BJP/Baba. INC is screwed as it is not a landslide for Maya and a sudden revival of BJP at national level. 30+ seats to BJP in UP is a nightmare scenario.