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BJP Future - 6

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http://www.allaboutpresentations.com/2009/...rack-obama.html

Jan 18, 2009
'Yes We Can' learn from Barack Obama
Barack Obama did it. LK Advani is doing it.

BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate for Indian Elections 2009, LK Advani is following Barack Obama's footsteps.He has a website, a blog, a mega budget adwords campaign and he is doing social networking to target the youth of India.

But, why am I discussing politics on this presentations blog?
LK Advani's website has 3 lessons for presenters.

1. Start Well
2. Avoid Information Overload
3. Be Clear

Start Well
The landing page is clear and simple. The candidate's image is followed by a small introductory write up. The candidate greets you with a recorded audio speech grabbing complete attention. He delivers his two minute speech to his target audience well. Scope for improvement: A video would have done a better job.

Avoid Information Overload
The Home page is a damper after a good start. The lessons from Obama's website have not been taken at all. One needs to reduce clutter & club similar information (be more organised). There are 29 items on LK Advani's home page which fight for your attention. His various public speeches could have been clubbed under one head.


Be Clear
You (the voter; the audience) would like to know what Obama thinks on Technology. In 3 bullet points, Obama gets his views across. On the other hand, Advani talks in a 292 word essay. He might have a stronger argument but will still lose to Obama, if they were fighting for the same post.


So, start well, avoid information overload and be clear to win your audience's vote!


The BJP faces dissension in the states. Shekawat is not satisfied with sabotaging the elections in Rajashtan and now has his son in law trying to oust the former CM Vasundara Raje. If one recalls in Gujarat you have the regular circus of the Modi baiters working overtime to backstab him every election. The guys havent got power yet but are fighting to ensure none of them make it to the top.
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Jan 23, 09:14 pm

नई दिल्ली। पूरी तरह से चुनावी मुड में आ चुके भाजपा नेता लालकृष्ण आडवाणी ने नेताजी सुभाष चंद्र बोस केनारा तुम मुझे खून दो मैं तुम्हें आजादी दूंगा के तर्ज पर शुक्रवार को एक नया नारा कि तुम हमें समर्थन दो हम तुम्हें सुशासन देंगे उछाला हैं।

आडवाणी ने बोस की 112वें जन्मदिवस के मौके पर आयोजित एक समारोह में कहा कि नेताजी ने कहा था कि तुम मुझे खून दो मैं तुम्हें आजादी दूंगा, लेकिन अब समय बदल गया है। भारत आजाद हो चुका है। अब दूसरी तरह के बलिदान तथा प्रतिबद्घता की जरुरत है। इसलिए मैं नेताजी के आह्वान को फिर से अभिव्यक्त करूं तो मैं कहूंगा कि तुम हमें समर्थन दो हम तुम्हें सुशासन देंगे।

Here is my slogan:
tum mujhe vote do
mein tumhe achha shasan doonga
jab hoga sushasan
tab hoga anushasan

http://in.jagran.yahoo.com/news/national/p...cs/5_2_5179665/
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He is trying to promote his son. They will endup like Madanlal Khurana.
Ex IAF chief Tipnis to join BJP
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/News/P...how/4024273.cms
RSS wants to "smoothen" ties with BJP
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/India/R...how/4023608.cms
<!--emo&:thumbsup--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/thumbup.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='thumbup.gif' /><!--endemo--> Party president Rajnath Singh, general secretary Arun Jaitley and the former Union Minister, Arun Shourie, were present. Among the experts were retired armed services officers including Air Chief Marshal A.Y. Tipnis, Admiral Arun Prakash and Lt. Generals R.K. Sawhney and N.S. Malik. The former Intelligence Bureau Directors, Ajit Doval and K.P. Singh; the former Defence Secretary, Yogendra Narain; the former Home Secretary, Anil Baijal; and the former Director-General of Police, Punjab, K.P.S. Gill, were part of the team. A few journalists were also present.

Briefing journalists, Mr. Jaitley said one area of concern was the slow procurement of weapons. A speedier procedure needed to be put in place. In a crisis situation, decisions should be taken immediately, before a management committee met.

http://www.hindu.com/2009/01/25/stories/...770800.htm
Sandhya Jain's article: Issues before the electorate: Searching an agenda for national renewal


BJP need allies like RLD (Ajit Singh), TDP (Chandra Babu Naidu), Kerala
Congress (Karunakaran), MDMK (Vaiko), PMK (Tamil Nadu) and AGP (Assam)
besides the current Shivsena (Maharastra), Akali Dal (Punjab), JDU
(Bihar & Jharkhand) and BJD (Orissa)!.

1. Rajasthan= Image of the pary is dented...needs immediate action
2. Tamil Nadu=Desperately needs an alliance against AIADMK=CPM and DMK=Cong I
3. Andhra Pradesh= Similar, need of an alliance
4. Orissa=Incumbency of the state Govt is an issue
5. Maharastra= BJP need to win the Marathi heart again!!!
6. Haryana and Delhi= Congress is growing
7. Assam= Congress has failed miserably there.
Viren's 268, pasted in full.

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Issues before the electorate: Searching an agenda for national renewal</b>
Sandhya Jain
26 January 2009

Among the two major coalition formations, the BJP has the distinct advantage of having an agreed prime ministerial candidate; political parties that may join the NDA in the post-election period will have no interest in re-opening this issue. The Congress, by contrast, has already hinted that Dr. Manmohan Singh will be shoved aside for Amethi MP Rahul Gandhi should the party's electoral performance permit this denouement.

Despite this significant advantage, there are doubts about the BJP-NDA electoral prospects in the forthcoming general elections because of a failure to project a clear and unambiguous vision of the future.

Mumbai's three-day nightmare, the reverberations of which are still with us, highlight that Partition was no solution; indeed, the civilisational threat it represents is more alive today. Partition was never intended to solve India's so-called communal problem; it had a geo-strategic objective of providing Britain (and then America) a military base in the region, to overlook Russia, China, Central Asia and the Gulf simultaneously.

With this region becoming crucial again for drugs (Afghanistan), oil (Iran, Middle East, Central Asia), the mineral wealth of Tibet, and to contain the rising power of Russia, China, and India, the West is active in Pakistan once again. Both Russia and China are alive to the challenge posed to them, but India's elite is the world's sole elite community that does not appreciate the political bottom-line – that one's enemy's friend cannot be one's friend.

The political fallacy that the West – which created a geo-strategic real estate called Pakistan for its own ends (which is why Pakistan is stable only under military rule) – will stand by the Indian victim of jihad is a complete misunderstanding of the civilisational threat posed to Hindu civilisation by the monotheistic world, whatever the intra-sibling problems of the sons of Abraham.

BJP therefore needs to tell the electorate that it is alive to all issues and will not suffer India and the Hindu civilisation to suffer from the politics of other nations; and that the party will not put so-called friends above the national interest. It will look inwards for strength; not outwards.

There is need to emphasize that the unreal aspect of Indian foreign policy under the UPA, which over-emphasized friendship with a distant America (also Pakistan's greatest ally and patron), at the cost of regional neighbours. India not only needs friendship and meaningful engagement with land neighbours like China, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, but needs to urgently revive relationships with neglected friends like Iraq and Iran, a realisation beginning to dawn even in the UPA after Mumbai 2008.

Allied to foreign policy is the issue of foreign-funded conversions, which are a foreign policy objective of the Christian West. Under the Vatican, the West is determined to push conversions in this country, especially in rural areas. There is a need to completely ban foreign aid directly to NGOs and to clearly monitor even the usage of developmental aid disbursed to NGOs, most of whom have a political or bureaucratic nexus. This was most clearly brought out in recent times in the murder of Swami Laxmanananda in Kandhamal district, Orissa, last August, when the prime suspect was reputed to be a retired civil servant connected to an international NGO with evangelical links.

Given the nature of the challenges facing the country today, it would be difficult to enumerate them in order of importance. But the demographic challenge to India from illegal Bangladeshi immigrants cannot be underestimated, and the fact that Pakistan's ISI also recruits sleeper cells amongst them only aggravates the danger to national security.

BJP will have to declare – particularly after the recent serial bomb blasts in Assam, once last year and then on 1 January 2009 – that Bangladeshi infiltration needs tackling on a war footing. This will involve the scrapping of the useless IMDT Act and the extension of the Foreigner's Act all over the country, with necessary amendments, if needed, to weed out and expel unwanted aliens. Exemplary punishment and fines may be considered for persons giving employment and shelter to Bangladeshi immigrants.

Another issue that warrants urgent attention is Jammu & Kashmir. Many issues came to the fore in the recent Assembly elections, apart from the need to scrap Article 370 and integrate the state fully into the Indian Union. The BJP must assert that it is committed to the return of the expelled Kashmiri Hindus to the Valley, with special provisions for their safety, employment and settlement, to begin with in the capital of Srinagar, and then in the headquarters of all districts. It must demand status for the Kashmiri language (not Urdu); proper delimitation of seats to give a fair deal to Jammu and Ladakh; and control on the venom-spewing madrasas and separatist groups.

The BJP's commitment to save the Ram Setu is welcome, but more pressing is the need to protect the Ganga, which is in danger of being ruined despite receiving the status of a national river under pressure of the movement headed by Swami Ramdev. This involves admitting that the Tehri Dam has proved to be a failure, as the reservoir is not filling up on account of seepage which will ensure that it never fills up to the levels required to generate electricity. This kind of massive seepage can have unforeseen and catastrophic consequences on the stability of the Himalayan range itself, and the survival of the Ganga as the major lifeline of the Gangetic plain and the entire northern India.

A BJP that is serious about the Ganga must agree to dismantle the Tehri Dam as a mistake, and reconsider all dams conceived along its route under pressure of a contractor's lobby. Indeed, this American-style of contractor-driven economic development needs to be shunned in totality. The party must also make the cleaning of major rivers a national priority, on the pattern of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee's highway project.

Economics was never the BJP's strong point. Nothing brought this out so much as the party's wholehearted endorsement of an American-inspired myth – via then Finance Minister Manmohan Singh - that there was no real link between agricultural prosperity and industrial development. After two decades of hype and stock market scandals, the American-led global meltdown has caused world-wide shock; but there is still no fresh rethinking about where India was going wrong. Nor is there recognition that we are safe only to the extent that our economy is insulated from the global market.

BJP needs to do its homework urgently, and inform the people that after the global meltdown, the dollar rose against the rupee because the Chidambaram-led Finance Ministry (now headed by the PM himself) allowed foreigners to remove Rs. 450,000 crores from the Indian stock market! Imagine what full exposure would have done to the country! Despite this, the UPA is rushing ahead with plans to allow more FDI in media so that foreign countries can wholly control the media and information flows to the public, and BJP has not even reacted to this unwholesome development. A nationalist party cannot avoid having a view on such a sensitive sector as the media being invaded and controlled by foreign powers. This is not the situation anywhere in the world – not even the West-friendly Pakistan or Egypt or Saudi Arabia.

All in all, the BJP needs to seriously consider its complacent attitude towards several critical decisions and initiatives of the UPA, and take a considered and nuanced approach towards them, in the light on the national interest and the Hindu civilisational ethos. The BJP cannot renew the nation if it does not renew the foundational ethos of the nation in the public domain.

http://www.vijayvaani.com/FrmPublicDisplay...cle.aspx?id=351
The author is editor, www.vijayvaani.com; this article was written for Organiser, Republic Day special issue
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<!--QuoteBegin-acharya+Jan 26 2009, 04:37 PM-->QUOTE(acharya @ Jan 26 2009, 04:37 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->BJP need allies like RLD (Ajit Singh), TDP (Chandra Babu Naidu), Kerala
Congress (Karunakaran), MDMK (Vaiko), PMK (Tamil Nadu) and AGP (Assam)
besides the current Shivsena (Maharastra), Akali Dal (Punjab), JDU
(Bihar & Jharkhand) and BJD (Orissa)!.

1. Rajasthan= Image of the pary is dented...needs immediate action
2. Tamil Nadu=Desperately needs an alliance against AIADMK+CPM and    DMK+Cong I
3. Andhra Pradesh= Similar, need of an alliance
4. Orissa=Incumbency of the state Govt is an issue
5. Maharastra= BJP need to win the Marathi heart again!!!
6. Haryana and Delhi= Congress is growing
7. Assam= Congress has failed miserably there.
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In some of these cases due to political compulsions they wont be able to stitch alliances before the polls. One self goal is the multiple voices who speak to the slective DDM which has an agenda to mis-represent BJP stand. To avoid this needs one voice.
A second task is to curb the infighting. As they see the chance of getting power there seems to be multiple cat fights developing. First step would be to resolve Rajasthan issues.
BJP should create victims and tell everyone how miserable their lives are. Only then they can overcome caste equation.
In 2004, even economy was doing good, Congress was able to create environment ofcourse with the help of DDM that live is miserable and people start believing it.
BJP should everyday parade miserable victims day in day out.

When BJP was ruling, babus were leaking Government information to media, why BJP is not doing same?
Start with exposing Rahul arrest on US airport, why BJP is protecting them?
The BJP is doing much better than what the Babus were doing when BJP was in power. With the next general election so near, the public bashing of young girls in a Mangalore Pub was a god sent publicity opportunity for BJP and that also on the Republic Day. Such events will certainly highlight what is going wrong in our society and in the process will consolidate the Hindu votes behind the BJP. The only minus point was the distancing of the Party from the incident under the influence of perhaps the secularists. There was no need for the BJP President from distancing the BJP from the Ram Sena. Perhaps it is a part of their poll strategy to deal with a biased media.(Not withstanding Shri Advani being declared the Man of the Year by the same biased media NDTV).
<b>Actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha insists on contesting from Patna Saheb</b>

Surat, Jan 27: Insisting that he will contest the coming Lok Sabha elections from Patna Saheb constituency, his place of birth, actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha said on Tuesday he would, however, not quit the BJP if denied a ticket.

"Patna Saheb seat is my first choice, second choice and the last choice," he said to a news agency.

"I do not see any reason why BJP should not nominate me from Patna Saheb...in case I am denied nomination, for which there is a remote chance, I will prefer retirement," Sinha said only to backtrack later and claim that this was said in jest.

The Bollywood star, popularly known as Shotgun Sinha among his fans, categorically ruled out joining Congress, Samajwadi Party or any other party in case he was denied nomination from his chosen constituency.

"I have many friends and well-wishers in opposition parties but nothing more should be read of the personal relationships that I have with them," he said.

"I have served BJP with full dedication under the leadership of veteran party leaders like Atal Bihari Vajpayee and L K Advani and cannot think of leaving it for some other party," the actor said.

Sinha, also known as "Bihari Babu", claimed that he has made the announcement only after consulting senior party leaders including BJP PM nominee L K Advani and party president Rajnath Singh.

"I would like to enter the LS through the front door (birth place Patna Saheb)," he said.

Shotgun said he has served his native place Patna as a member of the Rajya Sabha from Bihar twice and wished to continue doing the same as a member of the Lok Sabha in future.

Sinha's insistence on contesting from Patna Saheb on a BJP ticket has raised political eyebrows as the party has not officially nominated him from the seat.

According to media reports, besides Sinha, BJP national spokesman Ravi Shankar Prasad, who is also a resident of Patna, is another contender for the seat.

After delimitation of Parliamentary constituencies, the old Patna Lok Sabha seat has been bifurcated into Patna Saheb and Patliputra.

Sinha's open declaration despite the absence of any official BJP announcement comes in the wake of former Vice President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat's statements that he wished to contest the coming elections from Rajasthan.

The media has already been speculating that Shekhwat's desire to contest elections reflects a challenge to Advani for the post of Prime Minister if the NDA is voted to power. Shotgun's statements may only add grist to the mills of those claiming that the BJP is rife with internal dissensions.

Source: Zeenews

<b> My doors are open for Shatrughan Sinha: Amar Singh</b>

New Delhi

With actor-turned-politician and BJP leader Shatrughan Sinha sulking over the issue of a Lok Sabha ticket from Bihar, Samajwadi Party today said that he would be welcome in its fold.

"I can only say to Shatrughan Sinha ji that if someone breaks your heart, my doors are open and will remain open for you," SP leader Amar Singh said here.

Sinha has been demanding a ticket from Patna Sahib for the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections, a seat in which two other party leaders, including its spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad, are also interested.

Source: PTI
Question for Mudy & other experts: do you know what has become of the Lucknow, Varanasi, Allahabad & Gorakhpur LS constituencies after delimitation? these are 4 safe BJP seats.
<!--QuoteBegin-Bodhi+Jan 27 2009, 08:27 PM-->QUOTE(Bodhi @ Jan 27 2009, 08:27 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->Question for Mudy & other experts: do you know what has become of the Lucknow, Varanasi, Allahabad & Gorakhpur LS constituencies after delimitation? these are 4 safe BJP seats.
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No idea. I hope not reserved now.
While Varun will contest his mother Maneka Gandhi's traditional Pilibhit seat, Maneka has moved to adjoining Aonla, it was declared.

Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, whose Rajya Sabha tenure also got over this month, will contest from Rampur, a seat he had won in 1998.

Party MP Ashok Pradhan will contest from Bulandshahar which has turned into an SC seat after delimitation and Santosh Gangwar will fight his Bareilly seat from where he is a sitting MP.

While <b>Yogi Adityanath gets to contest from his pocketborough Gorakhpur</b>, Bhanu Pratap Verma will contest Jalaun and Pankaj Chaudhary from Maharajganj,

Murli Manohar Joshi has had to flee from his traditional Allahabad seat and will be contesting from Varanasi. While the <b>profile of the Allahabad constituency was redrawn by delimitation making it difficult for the Brahmin candidate</b>.
Yogi Adityanath should protect himself from SP and Congress goons.

I will keep track on political murders by SP & Congress.
Till now only one.
<!--QuoteBegin-ravish+Jan 26 2009, 10:07 PM-->QUOTE(ravish @ Jan 26 2009, 10:07 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->The BJP is doing much better than what the Babus were doing when BJP was in power. With the next general election so near, the public bashing of young girls in a Mangalore Pub was a god sent publicity opportunity for BJP and that also on the Republic Day. Such events will certainly highlight what is going wrong in our society and in the process will consolidate the Hindu votes behind the BJP. The only minus point was the distancing of the Party from the incident under the influence of perhaps the secularists. There was no need for the BJP President from distancing the BJP from the Ram Sena. Perhaps it is a part of their poll strategy to deal with a biased media.(Not withstanding Shri Advani being declared the Man of the Year by the same biased media NDTV).
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Congress can claim this incident. It is free for all and Congress can take the benefit and gain seat and vote in LS. Why give it to some third party.
It could as well be a plan to turn urban youth against BJP.


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