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<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><span style='color:red'>Azad's brother justifies Babri Masjid demolition</span>

JAMMU: Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad's younger brother Ghulam Ali Azad, who recently joined the Bharatiya Janata Party, on Sunday justified the 1992 demolition of the Babri Masjid, saying no mosque ever existed in Ayodhya.

Ali Azad lambasted the Congress for accusing BJP senior leader L.K. Advani of being involved in the demolition of the 16th century mosque.<b>"There never was a mosque, nor it exists today nor it will ever,"</b> Ali Azad told reporters.The mosque was constructed by first Mughal emperor Babur in Ayodhya in the 16th century. On Dec 6, 1992, it was destroyed by Hindu extremists who believed that Babur destroyed an existing temple at the site, built to commemorate the birthplace of Rama.

The demolition triggered widespread communal unrest in the entire country.

Babur, Ali Azad said, was an "invader. We cannot glorify him as a leader of Muslims in any sense of the word."

The brother of the former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister said Congress leaders were working against one another.He said he had joined the BJP because it was a party of principles and an ideology rooted in keeping the nation together.Hours after his younger brother's outburst, Ghulam Nabi Azad said that he had nothing to do with what Ali Azad had said.

"I disown him (Ali Azad). I have no dealing with him," Azad told a local TV channel.


Shame on BJP. It took a Moslem neophyte to say it!
<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.
<!--emo&:clapping--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/clap.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='clap.gif' /><!--endemo--> It sees the upper caste voters getting back to its camp after a tryst with Mayawati's BSP in the last assembly polls.

The party's effort to woo dalit voters, when BJP's PM candidate L K Advani flagged off a Dalit Chetna Rath here on the occasion of B R Ambedkar's birth anniversary on Tuesday, was also seen as an attempt to dent BSP's dalit bastion in UP and beyond.

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Modi Starts a Blog</b>
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has started his own blog.
Posted by san at 4/14/2009 07:36:00 PM 0 comments
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Where the real Hindu soldiers went: most retired.


Tuesday, April 14, 2009
<b>BJP gets backing of retired soldiers</b>
apr 14th, 2009

the veterans know who can help keep india's borders secure. it's not the kkkangress, which would be quite happy to give chunks of land to pakistan. or china. or the vatican.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: sri

<b>BJP gets backing of retired soldiers</b>


Sridhar Kumaraswami

New Delhi

April 12: It's official now. The Indian Ex-servicemen's Movement on
Sunday decided to back the BJP in the coming general election and
extended "advice" to 24 lakh ex-servicemen across the country to vote
for the BJP.
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<!--emo&Smile--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='smile.gif' /><!--endemo--> If the BJP has succeeded in expanding beyond a narrow sectarian base, it is by becoming a more normal party of development and governance. This is precisely what happens to ‘extreme’ parties when they enter democratic competition. This welcome thought needs to be tempered by another not-so-welcome question: while Indian politics has no doubt transformed the BJP, has the BJP also shifted the terms of debate? Has it, quietly but firmly, reshaped our idea of India?

<b>Swamy to campaign for BJP
CHENNAI: Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy will campaign for the BJP. In a release here, he said he would address two meetings in New Delhi on May 4 and May 5 and two in Chandigarh on May 6. From May 8 to 11, he would tour Tamil Nadu. — Special Correspondent
<b>Bring back nation’s loot abroad - Dr.Subramanian Swamy</b>

May 6, 2009 by janamejayan

Statement of Dr. Subramanian Swamy, President of the Janata Party and former Union Commerce Minister, at Chandigarh on May 6, 2009.

1. The Janata Party is in a national alliance with BJP, and I have already campaigned for BJP Lok Sabha candidates in Tamil Nadu, Delhi. I am here in Chandigarh to campaign for Satyapal Jain.

2. The Janata Party supports the BJP because the two parties share a common ideology and political ancestry. Also, the JP agrees with the BJP manifesto’s correct identification of the three main challenges facing the country today: viz., Economic Development, National Security, and Good Governance.

3. The Congress Party is bankrupt of ideas and unable to face these challenges. The Party has no economic programme except for some ad hoc measures which have been ineffective.

4. Its leadership is singularly inept in handling the problem of terrorism and national security because the party is dominated by leaders with terrorist links, be it with LeT, LTTE, or Naxalites. It is truly mystifying for example, how the widow of Rajiv Gandhi (who was assassinated by the LTTE), can possibly have an alliance with pro-LTTE parties in Tamil Nadu which parties openly justify the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi. No Indian widow would ever have anything to do with such parties. But then Ms. Gandhi is not an Indian except on a technicality.

5. On Governance, the UPA has failed to do its duty to take effective steps to bring back lakhs of crores of rupees kept abroad in illegal bank accounts. This is because its top leaders have secret accounts abroad. Even the Supreme Court has expressed dissatisfaction over the UPA government’s dilly dallying on this issue. The nation is today shocked by the leniency shown to and abetment of Quattrocchi

4. In 2002, I had provided (see www.janataparty. org & click on “Know Your Sonia”) details on how to find out the illegal bank accounts of Ms. Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi{see Annexures}.

5. Principally, from the Marcos investigation, the Swiss authorities in 1991 came to know that Ms. Sonia Gandhi was the beneficiary of Rs.10,000 crores belonging to the Nehrus. Moreover, a Russian Commission of Inquiry Report had disclosed that Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul were recipients of KGB funds. Recently, the Volcker Report of the UN revealed that the Congresss Party was paid funds by Saddam Hussein. Although Natwar Singh was probed for his name also being in the Report, the nation still needs to know who had authorized the Congress Party, if not Ms. Gandhi as President, to accept the tainted money – This was never investigated.

6. In September 2001, Rahul Gandhi and his lady friend, Veronique were arrested by the FBI of USA in Boston airport for carrying US$1,60,000 in cash without declaring it in US Customs. How can he carry so much cash if he is honest?

7. Since the Maino family fund manager is Quattrocchi, and hence he has to be set free now in a hurry before a successor government prosecutes him after May 16th.

8. Both Ms. Sonia Gandhi’s and Rahul Gandhi’s bland denials of any wrong doing cannot be accepted for two reasons: First, when these charges were made in a full page advertisement taken out by some NRIs in the New York Times, the Congress Party branch in New York had sued for defamation, claiming Rs.500 crores as damages. But the New York State Supreme Court dismissed the suit because Ms. Sonia Gandhi and Mr. Rahul Gandhi failed to appear and lead evidence. Second, both Ms. Gandhi and her son have been caught lying on their real name and educational qualification. Since these lies were on affidavit, therefore it is perjury. Hence, denials of perjurors cannot be accepted. An investigation is necessary.

9. Shri.L.K. Advani was therefore perfectly justified in demanding that Congress Party come clean on the Swiss bank accounts, and that the Government make efforts to bring back the lakhs of crores of rupees back to India. The JP hopes that a patriotic government headed by BJP will therefore be formed after May 16th, and the nation’s loot abroad can be brought back.
<!--emo&:ind--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/india.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='india.gif' /><!--endemo--> Maneka, MP from Aonla; the iron lady of BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party leader and five-time MP Maneka Gandhi was declared elected from Aonla constituency in Uttar Pradesh, defeating her nearest rival Dharmenda Kashyap of the Samajwadi Party. Earlier, Maneka was declared to have lost by 22,000 votes to Dharmendra. But, later re-counting of votes took place and Gandhi was declared winner. Photo: Balish Ahuja

BJP, IMHO, should close shop and dismantle itself. <!--emo&:flush--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/Flush.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='Flush.gif' /><!--endemo-->.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->BJP forgot Delhi often comes via Lucknow

Anshul Chaturvedi  Sunday May 17, 2009
“We all know that the road to Delhi is via Lucknow”, Atal Bihari Vajpayee reminded the national council of the BJP in December 2006. Even if he does usually speak a tad softly, a point as basic as that mustn’t have been that difficult to catch. A pity, then, they didn’t pay him much heed.

Contrary to the widely shared opinion, going by television debates, that the BJP’s primary error was its sustained campaign against Manmohan Singh, I don’t think the BJP really made an gigantic electoral blunder by picking a ‘negative campaign’. Or by attacking Manmohan. Or in its choice of alliances, or the lack of them. The BJP got the plot fundamentally wrong the day it got so enamoured of its own success in social experimentation, that it began to equate its electoral epicentre with Gujarat — forgetting the fact that it had been steadily, irretrievably, losing it completely in its actual epicentre, UP.

In its quest to go beyond the Hindi belt, in its desperation to be the truly national alternative to the Congress, in its attempt to disown the right-wing hardline branding that Kalyan and Babri brought it, the BJP kept on stretching, reaching out, looking to expand. But where in God’s name was it expanding from? Its “growth” pattern was the equivalent of gleefully working on the décor of newly built additional rooms in your house — even as the roof slowly comes down on the living room itself. And if the Ram Mandir and Article 370’s abrogation were hardline issues and had to be dropped, how the Gujarat massacres and their patrons were sort of legit stuff the party was willing to live with, beats me completely.

The BSP recently accused the SP of acting as the BJP’s B-team. I beg to differ. The BJP in Uttar Pradesh is the unqualified title holder of the “B-team” tag, and no other party can come within a mile of it in this context. While there are reference points aplenty, for the sake of convenience I go back to a piece I wrote in TOI five years ago: Second Force: BJP as the B-team of Uttar Pradesh Politics. The fact of the matter is that the BJP in UP was so fascinated and then emasculated by the first taste of power it got, that it was subsequently willing to play along with anyone and everyone so long as it could be in the system, or, at least, be friendly with the system. And this was quite irrespective of ideological or strategic factors, and in defiance of long-term interests, with nobody willing to check the trend.

The BJP’s journey to obscurity in UP and its branding as a perennial B-team began when it first hoisted Mayawati to the chief ministership with barely 60-odd MLAs, in order to topple Mulayam. While Mulayam may well have lost power, the BJP didn't gain it, either. Mayawati, despite allying with the BJP, treated it with disdain, made no effort to hide the fact, and ran the state on her terms.

When the rakhi that Mayawati religiously tied Lalji Tandon finally snapped, the BJP warmed up to Mulayam. The NDA government took note of Mulayam's silent patronage of the UP BJP and had a benign approach towards it. The SP put up a dummy candidate against Vajpayee in Lucknow in the last general elections. The BJP's Kesri Nath Tripathi continued as Uttar Pradesh assembly speaker for several months in a SP-majority assembly. And when the late Lalit Suri was elected to the Rajya Sabha from UP, it was tough to ascertain whether he was an SP-backed BJP candidate or vice versa. There are numerous other instances and episodes. After all, the BSP-BJP had three marriages of convenience, and the BJP-SP ‘personal friendships’ stood the test of time. Frankly, why on earth would the SP have an ideological issue with the BJP when it has no issue with Kalyan Singh, of all the people, in the name of Ram?

So, the BJP, to not be too far away from power, and to not be too hostile to another party in power, developed an amazing skill. It mastered the inexplicable ability to be the B-team when in governance, as well as the B-team when in opposition. It therefore never got the credit for anything decisive the government did when it shared power. Equally, it simply couldn’t draw the anti-incumbency sentiment while occupying opposition benches. It basically atrophied, and the brokers and fixers took over. And it outdid all other parties in one thing, over the years, though — sustained, vicious, petty, organizational infighting.

Meanwhile, the national leadership exulted over Gujarat, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, etc — forgetting that it was the massive chunk of 52 seats that UP gave the party in 1998, further going to a dizzying 57 in 1999 – to repeat, FIFTY SEVEN Lok Sabha seats from ONE state for ONE party —  that catapulted it to a party capable of thinking of ruling from Delhi in the first place.

The BJP had clearly lost the race to be a party identified as a strongly ‘local’ one in UP long back. It was apologetic about its Hindi belt moorings, and both the SP and the BSP anyways outdid it comprehensively in their appeals to specific voter groups. These elections prove that the BJP has also lost the race to be seen as the one national party of relevance, which voters sick of micro-level appeals would turn to. That slot has now swung back to the Congress.

So from 57 seats a decade back to the 8 it has today, the BJP has come a long way. There will be many chintan baithaks to follow, for sure, but the party’s satraps know what they have been doing — or not doing, all these years. When the largely-believed-to-be-dead Congress comes out the morgue and gets almost three times as many seats on its own as the BJP in UP, of all the places, how in God’s name can the BJP get more seats than the Congress nationally, pray?

Before concluding, I think I need to accept the need to modify the position I took in 2004, when describing the BJP as UP’s B-team. In all fairness, as a party that has worked so hard to work its way to the bottom rung, to be the fourth among the four major players, it now needs to be duly recognized as the definitive D-team of UP. Not that it matters. Does anyone know what it stands for, there, anyways — apart from itself?
Advani agrees to become Opposition leader

"When Advani was informed that the party needed his leadership and guidance to rebuild itself to meet the challenges of the future, as it suffered a setback in the Lok Sabha elections, he agreed not to persist with his suggestion," Singh added.
I think Advani he should make way for next generation starting now. It'll be too late in another 2 years or so.
No disrespect, but he's 80+, if there's no credible leadership beyond him, BJP is doomed.
I think what the BJP needs is a good primary caucus system
Meaning for each seat, the local karyakarthas must by consensus come up with a candidate

This will ensure no sabotage

Currently what we have is a candidate is imposed from top
and the local workers may sabotage him

As Home Minister, Mr. Advani faced increasing depredations by the defiant SIMI, and on one occasion, two intelligence officers were recognised and beaten badly when working in the Jamia area. He did nothing. More recently, his party tried to make some noise over the Batla House encounter controversy to score points against the ruling UPA, but so non-serious was their effort that none of these issues figured cogently in the election campaign.

Amongst such daily disappointments – not meeting victims of Chhittisinghpora in a Delhi hospital; doing nothing for the families of policemen who died in the attack on Parliament House – what stands out most was a sudden uncontrollable itch to be Prime Minister. While rumours to this effect circulated throughout the NDA regime, deniability was lost with Mr. Advani’s autobiography – which reveals shoddy intrigues against his own boss, Atal ji.

The book claims RSS wanted Mr. Vajpayee to move into Rashtrapati Bhavan and pave the way for someone else, presumably Advani. But the catch is that the RSS turned out to mean Rajju Bhaiya, who had by then handed the post of Sarsanghachalak to Sudarshan ji – which means Advani had so factionalised a large part of the RSS that a former Sarsanghachalak could actually accompany him to the PM’s house and ask him to step down!

What an admission! Obviously Advani did not write the book – or read it either.

More recently, a below the belt attack was made on the ailing Vajpayee. Party president Rajnath Singh was reluctant to announce Atal ji’s retirement from active politics last year, but the old warhorse was too ill for public appearances and even had to be hospitalized. His family, protective of his dignity, kept the details of his ailment secret. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visited his predecessor in hospital and ensured nothing leaked out. It took a known Advani-friendly journalist to inform us that Atal ji has a brain tumour and is unlikely to recover; his official retirement came soon after!

<b>FUTURE of BJP </b> is clear from Advani Ji's blog on his love for Sufis:

The Sufi Path


Classical Sufi scholars have defined Sufism as “a science whose objective is the reparation of the heart and turning it away from all else but God.” Sufism refers to a group of mystical Muslim movements. It uses music, dancing and other means to reach a state of communion with God.

It is analogous in some senses to the Bhakti movement in Hinduism and to the various Christian monastic movements such as that of St Francis of Assisi. The Sufi path consists in cleansing the heart from whatever is other than Allah.

A Persian poem tells us what The Sufi Path (Tasawwuf ) is:

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India is known for its long and widely revered tradition of Sufi saints. Amongst them is Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti of Ajmer (popularly known as Khwaja Gharib Nawaz). <b>Some excerpts from Shri L.K. Advani’s autobiography, My Country My Life:</b> <What can be a more clear confirmation that he did not write his own blog entries!!!>

Let me reiterate that I cherish the fact that India is a multi-religious country in which both our Constitution and our age-old culture brook no discrimination on the grounds of faith. <b>Muslims and Christians have the same rights, responsibilities and opportunities as others. I greatly admire the weighty contribution that they have made to enrich many facets of our national life. I hold all faiths to be worthy of respect.</b>

Let me cite an example here. When I reached Ajmer in Rajasthan during the course of my Bharat Suraksha Yatra in 2006, my party colleagues suggested that I should visit Pushkar, a sacred Hindu shrine by the side of a lake which is believed to have been created by Lord Brahma himself. I readily agreed. But I said I would also like to offer prayers at the Dargah Sharif of Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, a revered Sufi saint, in Ajmer.* Although a few eyebrows were raised, I nonetheless visited both the holy places.

The concept of ‘Cultural Nationalism’ enjoins upon the adherents of different faiths in India to respect, and take pride in, the common unifying culture of our ancient land while celebrating its many diversities; not to have extra-territorial loyalty; not to denigrate other faiths as false or inferior, but rather to learn from the best that each faith has to offer. It means nothing more, nothing less.

* Footnote: Here is a report about my earlier visit to the Ajmer Dargah in 2000. ‘Home Minister L.K. Advani on Sunday prayed at Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti’s dargah here. The local Muslims were ecstatic and thronged the dargah in huge numbers to watch the spectacle. There was a popular request from the crowd: Give a little speech. Advani readily obliged. He said: “India is a multi-religious country and people belonging to all faiths strive to be good people. That is why every community comes to this dargah. Let us be good human beings first. It does not matter if one believes in Ishwar or Allah.” He said although the twentieth century was identified with the Western world, “if all communities here worked hard unitedly, then the twenty-first century will certainly belong to Bharat.” To this the crowds responded with “Aameen”. (So be it).’ (‘A surprise: Advani prays at Ajmer dargah’; The Times of India; 4 December 2000) Later, when a journalist asked me whether my visit to the dargah was part of a larger image changing exercise, I replied, ‘My perceptions have always been clear. I am saying the same things now what I said twenty-five years ago.’



britsin Says:

April 27th, 2009 at 4:36 pm
Who, after reading LKA’s article on his Ajmer Dargah visit and on St. Francis of Assisi, coupled with the magnanimity of appreciating other religions and the frankness to admit a right in the wrong (view on Jinnah while in Pakistan), will still hold the view that LKA is communal, biased and excluding?

The more I read about the man and his life, the more I’m convinced about the secular credentials of Hindutva.

And, when the only ’seemingly’ valid point (that he and his Hindutva is communal) against LKA by other political parties turns out a propaganda, then why shouldn’t I or anyone else vote for him? Me and my father is voting for BJP these elections.


nacram Says:

April 28th, 2009 at 11:54 pm

That was a heart warming story. Kabir das was a great ram bhakt as well. So was Raas khan. In the Vishnu Temple of srirangam in tamil nadu, a special festival is organised for thuluka nachiyar, a muslim princess, who was a devotee of vishnu. The princess happened to be the daughter of a muslim sultan. We also have the example of Vavar Swami a muslim devotee of lord ayappa. The golden plating of the palani murugan temple was infact laid by a muslim family.


Ram Vajpeyi Says:

May 5th, 2009 at 3:28 pm
Dear Advaniji,

The teachings of Sufism and Vedanta are one.

Aum Namah Shivay,

Ram Vajpeyi.
An Important Development but not a good sign for the future of BJP


Murmurs of protest in BJP over Advani as opposition leader
New Delhi: Murmurs of protest have started in the Bharatiya Janata Party against L.K. Advani's election as leader of opposition with party vice-president and Rajya Sabha member Pyarelal Khandelwal complaining about it to BJP chief Rajnath Singh.

In a letter to Singh, Khandelwal, a senior leader from Madhya Pradesh, took exception to the party deciding on Advani as unanimous candidate without first calling a meeting of the BJP's parliamentary board.

Reliable party sources said Khandelwal wrote that the party should have followed a procedure and called a meeting of the parliamentary board, its highest decision-making body, before naming Advani the opposition leader.

The sources also said this could be the beginning of troubles for Advani and cited the meeting between senior leader Murli Manohar Joshi and Khandelwal Tuesday evening.

Joshi is considered to be in the camp in the party opposing Advani.

"Do you think I am here to hatch some conspiracy?" Joshi retorted when the waiting reporters outside Khandelwal's home asked him what transpired in the meeting.

When pressed further, he said: "No bytes."

As the reporters requested him to say something, Joshi, who won the election from Varanasi, snapped: "I don't bite."

A meeting of the BJP's Lok Sabha MPs Sunday elected Advani as the leader of the legislature party and thus the leader of the opposition in the lower house.

Advani, the party's prime ministerial candidate, had offered to resign from the position - which he held in the last Lok Sabha too - on the day of the election results May 16.

He agreed not to press with his resignation after the party requested him, the sources say, at the instance of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leaders.

Meanwhile, the BJP's parliamentary board Tuesday kept in abeyance a possible decision on appointing Sushma Swaraj as deputy leader of the party in the Lok Sabha.
The sources said this was because the party wanted to consider other names too.

"There are other senior leaders and we have to ensure there is no controversy at this juncture," a BJP strategist said.
Source: IANS
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->An Important Development but not a good sign for the future of BJP<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
Why is this not a good sign? Maybe in Congress. But in democratic institutions, it's perfectly legitimate to call for incompetent people to make way for better people.
People who can't deliver should be forced to leave - applies to Advani or Sonia or Singh. Get them all out.

You may be aware that to avoid the escalation of in-fighting within the BJP , it has been decided to request Shri Advani to continue in his present position as the Leader of the Opposition. The resentment by this Rajya Sabha member is another indication of the simmering discontent within the party. I hope now it is clear in what context I made the remark .

It is of extreme importance that the in fighting within the party should be brought to an end at the earliest, so that the party should get ready for the next round of elections with full vigor and vitality.
<!--QuoteBegin-G.Subramaniam+May 19 2009, 06:58 AM-->QUOTE(G.Subramaniam @ May 19 2009, 06:58 AM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->I think what the BJP needs is a good primary caucus system
Meaning for each seat, the local karyakarthas must by consensus come up with a candidate

This will ensure no sabotage

Currently what we have is a candidate is imposed from top
and the local workers may sabotage him

But this local chieftain changes party like changing shirt and his following obey his call to vote as he tells them!

There needs an idealogical campaign, primary democracy and the veto power of the national executive which should be exercised as a last resort.

But then I am already sick of the present constitutional system which has become a tool in the hands of the anti-Hindu secularists. Each day that passes tells us how inept Vajpayee govt. was in having been gentlemanly to every enemy including the terrorists. He was a somnambulist who wasted the gains of the Hindus.

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