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BJP Future - 7 - dhu - 08-23-2012

Bodo successes against the jihadists is actually due to the tribal/caste/jati system retained by them and not due to jeebusism (whose spokespersons are nowhere to be found at this hour either in the public or on forums).

This must be propagated widely amongst the converted xtians that only their prior caste affiliations will save them, and not the pope or missionaries...


BJP Future - 7 - G.Subramaniam - 08-23-2012

[quote name='dhu' date='23 August 2012 - 08:20 AM' timestamp='1345689749' post='115377']

Bodo successes against the jihadists is actually due to the tribal/caste/jati system retained by them and not due to jeebusism (whose spokespersons are nowhere to be found at this hour either in the public or on forums).

This must be propagated widely amongst the converted xtians that only their prior caste affiliations will save them, and not the pope or missionaries...



One small church group supported the bodos, but 90% of bodo support has come from Indics

In the kerala hand chopping case, the xtian professor was fired by the xtian college in an attempt to appease the muslims

and many of the north easterners attacked in mainland India were xtians

BJP Future - 7 - venugopalp - 08-30-2012

[quote name='G.Subramaniam' date='23 August 2012 - 08:09 AM' timestamp='1345689067' post='115375']

The North east exodus and Bodo riots are a very open indication to the people of the North East, whether Hindu or Xtian, that the secularists plan to sacrifice them to the jihadists for a vote bank and the only party that will stand by them is the BJP

This has to be propogandised properly, perhaps using Sangma, and maybe 15 Lok Sabha seats can be locked up

In addition, maybe this will give shock treatment and stop the north east secessionism


at the bangalore train station, a karnataka cabinet minister personally had requested people from the north-east not to depart in that kind of hurry

to no avail

the exodus in bangalore was caused by baseless rumours. there were no attacks in bangalore (except one or two very minor incidents i think). that's a fact. but the rumours won the day. partly it was the insecurity felt by people in their 20's who were far away from their homes in the north-east, far away from familiar surroundings

BJP Future - 7 - G.Subramaniam - 10-07-2012

But as columnist Swapan Dasgupta noted within days of the report coming out, there was resistance from within the BJP itself to raising the Vadra issue. Subsequently, the party chickened out completely from raising the issue – evidently abiding by the Omerta Code of politics. As contemporaneous media reports had it: “Differences were evident at a meeting of BJP leaders in Parliament… with some leaders advocating caution while some others felt Congress could be asked some questions on Vadra’s activities. Leader of Opposition in the Lok Saba Sushma Swaraj felt it would not be good form to target family members of political rivals.” The argument within the BJP, evidently, was that that “political battles would get out of hand if they got ‘personal’”; BJP president Nitin Gadkari too expressed himself in favour of “weighing the evidence carefully”.

BJP Future - 7 - G.Subramaniam - 11-02-2012

2009 Lok Sabha elections, muslim concentration seats won by BJP / Shiv Sena

UP - Meerut - 31% Muslim

UP - Lucknow - 23% Muslim

UP - Philibit - 20% Muslim

Bihar - Katihar - 38% Muslim

Bihar - Purnea - 30% Muslim

Bihar - Araria - 29% Muslim

Bihar - Madhubani - 24% Muslim

Bihar - Dharbanga - 22% Muslim

Bihar - West Champaran - 21% Muslim

Bihar - East Champaran - 20% Muslim

Jharkhand - Godda - 25% Muslim

Jharkhand - Rajmahal - 25% Muslim

Jharkhand - Jamshedpur - 20% Muslim

Assam - Nagaon - 33% Muslim

Assam - Silchar - 30% Muslim

Assam - Gauhati - 25% Muslim

Assam - Mangaldoi - 24% Muslim

Maharashtra - Dhule - 30% Muslim

Maharashtra - Aurangabad - 20% Muslim

Madhya Pradesh - Bhetul - 30% Muslim

BJP Future - 7 - G.Subramaniam - 11-05-2012

Gujurat - BJP sources say the Muslim candidates most likely to be fielded

are former Director General of Police (DGP) Shabbir S Khandwawala and former Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) Abdullah Ibrahim Saiyed, both having Hindu wives.


Become a love jihadi, grab Hindu woman, then become BJP Muslim MLA

BJP Future - 7 - G.Subramaniam - 11-07-2012


Patna : Bihar's ruling Janata Dal-United (JD-U) leader and former central minister Mohammad Taslimuddin quit Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's party and joined the opposition Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) led by Lalu Prasad here Tuesday.

After questioning Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's agenda of development and good governance, Taslimuddin announced at a press meet here that he joined the RJD. He was accompanied by Lalu Prasad.

Taslimuddin said Nitish Kumar was neither a "development man" nor a "good governance man" and that under his rule, development and good governance have become a farce.

"There is no truth that Bihar is developing fast and that Nitish Kumar has established law and order in the state," Taslimuddin said.

"(Nitish) Kumar is 100 percent untruthful. He did not fulfil promises made to me for development of Seemanchal districts comprising of Kishanganj, Araria and Purnia," Taslimuddin said.

Taslimuddin, a four-time Lok Sabha member from Kishanganj who lost the last general elections to Congress candidate Mohammad Asrarul Haque, alleged that Nitish Kumar's government was neglecting the development of the Seemanchal region.

Taslimuddin is the third leader to revolt against Nitish Kumar. Earlier, BJP MP from Purnia Uday Singh and JD(U) MLA Chhedi Paswan had spoken out against the state government.

Taslimuddin had served as union minister of state for home in the H.D. Deve Gowda ministry and as minister of state in the food ministry in the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) I. He switched over to the JD-U from the RJD in May 2010.

His son Sarfaraz Alam is a JD-U legislator from Jokihat in Araria district.


Taslimuddin was one of the tainted ministers of UPA-1

BJP Future - 7 - Guest - 11-08-2012

What are the chances of Modi in Gujarat?

BJP Future - 7 - G.Subramaniam - 12-18-2012


BJP Future - 7 - G.Subramaniam - 12-18-2012


BJP Future - 7 - G.Subramaniam - 12-18-2012


BJP Future - 7 - G.Subramaniam - 12-18-2012

KOLKATA: Never has the BJP emerged as a real danger to the CPM in Bengal as now, prompting all front-ranking leaders, such as Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee and Biman Bose, to revisit their primers and tweak the party tactic accordingly.

According to district leaders in South and North 24-Parganas, the BJP is making inroads among the poor backward castes in Minakha, Haroa, Bongaon and large border stretches.

The issue is likely to be discussed at the two-day CPM state committee meeting that began at the Alimuddin Street headquarters on Monday. The 'alarming trend' has been duly noted at the meeting that has been called to take stock of the ground reality in rural Bengal on the eve of the panchayat polls .

On the one hand, CPM organisers at the grassroots are finding it tough to choose women candidates for the 30,000 odd seats in the three-tier panchayat system, when many party workers fear renewed attacks by the Trinamool in the run-up to the election.

"In many areas we are not being able to provide security to villagers willing to contest the panchayat polls on our behalf. A section of them is switching to the BJP," a CPM state committee member said, pointing to the recent developments in the remote islands of South and North 24-Parganas where security is a question mark

BJP Future - 7 - G.Subramaniam - 12-21-2012

Myth of muslim vote bank

Vejalpur seat in Gujurat is 35% muslim and includes notorious Juhupura, biggest mini-pakistan in India

BJP wins Vejalpur despite 35% muslim voters

BJP Future - 7 - G.Subramaniam - 12-21-2012


BJP Future - 7 - ravish - 12-21-2012

The landslide victory of BJP in Gujarat is due to the honest and hard work that has been done by Mr Narendra Modi.All credit goes to him and it is a reward given to him by the electorate for the efforts he has made to bring economic development of the State. It does not reflect the falling expectation of the people of rest of India from the BJP in the national level.There is still time for the BJP to put its house in order in the national level,so that it can give a strong fight in the 2014 General Elections. To make this fight really strong, it is necessary for BJP to project Mr Modi as its Prime Ministerial candidate.

BJP Future - 7 - Guest - 01-23-2013

Rajnath Singh is back as BJP President.

BJP Future - 7 - ravish - 03-21-2013

With the general election in the horizon, all the political parties are gearing up for the event. There has been change of leadership in the BJP with a new President. The DMK has pulled out from the Government. The Bihar Chief Minister has held a massive public meeting in Delhi last week as a prelude to his expectation of playing a larger role in the national scale. The TMC has started showing friendly sign towards the Congress. The BSP and SP are both expecting a larger role in the next Lok Sabha.

In these circumstances formation of a third front cannot be ruled out. The BJP may have to give a fight standing on its own. Therefore, it is very important for the BJP to project a strong leader to be the Prime Minister in case it forms the next Government. The continued internal opposition to Shri Narendra Modi needs to be brought to an end and the old and senior leaders should all fall in line to put up an united front.

BJP Future - 7 - aditigir - 04-11-2013

[quote name='Bodhi' date='14 April 2009 - 03:38 PM' timestamp='1239703255' post='96408']

<b>आतंकवाद के खात्मे को पाक की मदद करेगी सेना </b>

Apr 13, 09:18 pm

गया [जागरण संवाददाता]। भाजपा के राष्ट्रीय अध्यक्ष राजनाथ सिंह पाकिस्तान में आतंकवाद का खात्मा चाहते हैं। उन्होंने कहा कि केन्द्र में राजग की सरकार बनने पर आतंकवाद से निपटने को भारतीय सैनिक पड़ोसी देश की मदद को तैयार रहेंगे। जिस तरह बांग्लादेश और भूटान को भारत से सैन्य मदद की गई थी, उसी प्रकार आतंकवाद के खात्मे के लिए पाकिस्तान को भी जरूरत पड़ने पर मदद की जाएगी। हम चाहते हैं कि हमारा पड़ोसी देश शांति पूर्वक रहे। क्योंकि दोस्त बदले जा सकते हैं, पर पड़ोसी नहीं।

Rajnath Singh promises that if NDA came to power, Indian Army will help Govt of Pakistan in their 'fight against terrorism'. A peaceful Pakistan is what we want.


that is a good decision!!!

BJP Future - 7 - ravish - 06-02-2013

The recent statement of Shri Advani highlighting the achievement of the MP Chief itiMinister as against that of the Gujarat CM is a clear indication that he is not comfortable to project the later as the BJP Prime Ministerial candidate for the 2014 general elections. Whether and to what extent it is true is not known but it has all been subject matter of media speculation.

The ground reality is that the question who will be the Prime Minister in case the NDA comes back to power is rather premature and hypothetical. We do not know the mind of the electorate and moreover the performance of the UPA has not been such that it can be considered a totally spent force. It is true that the UPA has come under lot of pressure and criticism on account of various developments. The enormity of the so called failures on various aspects of governance has been brought to the notice of the general public by the electronic and print media. At this point of time it is not known whether and to what extent these media reports have been able to make any impact on the mind of the electorate.

Therefore, it is rather premature to speculate on who will be the next Prime Minister of India. Since ours is a parliamentary system of government, the election is not based on personality of certain individuals , as is the case in a presidential system of government. Let us hope that the infighting within the political parties gets contained till the election results are out. It will only demonstrate the maturity of our democratic institutions.

BJP Future - 7 - ravish - 06-11-2013

The exit of Shri Advani and the arrival of Shri Narendra Modia in the cockpit of BJP is an important development. It heralds a new era in the history of BJP. However, what will be its actual impact on the national political scene is not clear and will depend on a number of factors. With Shri Narendra Modi leading the BJP to face the electorate in the 2014 general election, the BJP will have to face serious challenges on its path to success.

It is a fact of life that the supporters of RSS only cannot bring any party to power at the Centre. Whether a single party comes to power or it is a combinations of many parties, as is the case presently ; the support of some section of the minority community will be an unavoidable factor. Given the track record of Shri Modi , it is to be seen whether he can gain the support of various sections of our society. If the new generation of BJP leaders think that BJP can come to power only on the strength of the Hindu vote bank, it will be a serious miscalculation on its part. If on the run up to the general elections, the BJP under the leadership of Shri Narendra Modi is able to present a secular image of the Party , then it will be a different ball game.

As an able administrator with a clean image, Shri Modi will stand out as an able leader and it will not be difficult for him to generate mass support for him and for the BJP. However, this will depend on what he and the BJP says to the minorities, and how much support they can generate from amongst the various minority communities.