Narendra Modi vs the Dynasty: Contrasting Ideas of India

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Postby member_28397 » 05 Apr 2014 08:58

As a BJP supporter I am all for Mayawati BJP alliance for good of Bharat in long term needed to stay in power, and the reconversion can only be started from Dalit Muslims first, desperately needed for safe future of our coming generations.
Other alliance is American corporates for short term, this one is tricky but needed for keeping below the radar on American hegemony and missionary sinisterly.

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Postby niran » 05 Apr 2014 08:58

vivek.rao wrote:
Dr. Praveen Patil ‏@5Forty3 6m
Something strange is happening on the ground, many BSP candidates are virtually withdrawing from contest in favor of BJP in Western UP


[img]i.imgur.com/le5qV5e.png?1[/img]

tis called wise economical strategy or in Hindi asli baniagiri
Mayawati has rightly calculated BSP's true standings in Western UP, hence why waste moolah in a losing cause? she has decided to fight it out in what she calls "Awadh Pradesh" i.e. central UP
in just concluded 5 state elections BSP has lost almost 19% vote shares from the previous state election so she know reality.

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Postby johneeG » 05 Apr 2014 09:03

This is phenomenon of Hindhu unity. Modi is reaping the rewards of awakened Hindhu spirit. There is definitely a strong aspirational middle-class driving the phenomenon, but the larger framework is Hindhuism. All sections of Hindhu society seem to be coming together from almost all parts of the country and lotus is reaping the rewards of that mobilization. Hopefully, lotus does not turn into another kongis and betray this force that is propelling it.

RamaY saar,
it may simply mean that the dalits(like all other sections of Hindhu society) are now supporting the lotus. This is the larger phenomenon that all the caste parties are facing extinction due to coming together of all Hindhu sections. For a long time, non-Hindhu groups enjoyed power by dividing the Hindhus and sowing divisions by instigating one group against the other. The narrative was that either this group or that group could advance, both could not advance together. So, they had to fight among themselves. But, now, people are realizing that this is a wrong way to frame the narrative. All people can develop if there is proper leadership. And if the country goes to dogs, then everyone will suffer. And when anti-Hindhu forces rise, then all Hindhus are at risk. So, Hindhus are coming together. This coming together is mainly driven by educated middle-class young Bhaarathiyas who are rooted in Hindhuism.


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Postby disha » 05 Apr 2014 09:24

Jhujar wrote:After Watching Sagarika Ghoose(e) getting Tummy in Twist,
Its confirm now That Modi have United the Children of Soil like no one in past or present. He has accomplished which has been eluding us for over 900 Plus years.


One should have seen the antics of Sagarika Ghose in 2007 Gujarat elections. It was extremely inhuman of her to treat the way she treated Modi.

No need to watch her., the best anti-dote for the likes of Sagarika is to ignore her. The only reason pagalikas like her are tolerated by CNN-IBN because she is one of the ultimate loot-ems insider! Her dad was Bhaskar Ghose, erstwhile director of Doordarshan.

While Bhaskar Ghose was a secretary under Basu at Doordarshan, an incestous club was started. Bhaskar Ghose & Basu gets full credit for starting, pampering and continuing this incestous club which we now call the sickular cabal.

Given the times, perhaps one of Basu’s best achievement lay in persuading the finest journalists in Delhi —Madhu Trehan, Vir Sanghvi, Karan Thapar, Raghav Bahl and Dileep Padgaonkar—to anchor DD’s current affairs programmes. Objective news became the new mantra as the bold and the beautiful entered the homes of middle-class Indians,


How the current incestous club got started

Sagarika is powerful., very powerful! She does not have any talent but is right smack dab in the middle of this incestous club and part of her job is to bring down anybody that is a threat to this incestous club.

Incestous sickular list

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Postby krishnan » 05 Apr 2014 10:10

NaMo should question the role of SG in the govt and why she is calling the shots and even intervening the speeches of MMS

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Postby Santosh » 05 Apr 2014 10:11

I hope this is the beginning of right turn in Indian politics. The only way to get Hindu votes is to be more right than NaMo. Because NaMo has captured all other spaces that appeal to Hindus - development, corruption, defence etc.

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Postby Supratik » 05 Apr 2014 10:23

Bhaskar Ghosh is a leftist. He now writes for Frontline (Chindu).

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Postby ashish raval » 05 Apr 2014 10:24

sooraj wrote:US expresses concern for minorities under Narendra Modi as PM :((
http://zeenews.india.com/home/us-expresses-concern-for-minorities-under-narendra-modi-as-pm_922391.html


Will they be happy to take them as refugees in massaland ? Has indian parliament passed the motion condemning the genocide of American Indians ! Guess it is time to take khan government to court and redistribute the wealth to poor descendants of maya, incas and natives.

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Postby Paul » 05 Apr 2014 10:25

BJP has become a centre right party since the ABV days.

It has to carry some centrists in it to occupy the central space. India needs a right wing party like the Golden Dawn in Greece to make sure the right wing does not lose its anchor.

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Postby ashish raval » 05 Apr 2014 10:29

disha wrote:
How the current incestous club got started

Sagarika is powerful., very powerful! She does not have any talent but is right smack dab in the middle of this incestous club and part of her job is to bring down anybody that is a threat to this incestous club.

Incestous sickular list


Thanks disha, this one looks very comprehensive. The one I had was condensed one.

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Postby SwamyG » 05 Apr 2014 10:48

Don't use negative words like incestous it distracts the reader. The power of the list is the neutral language, and reading that long list raises righteous anger.

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Postby member_28173 » 05 Apr 2014 11:04

The only way to get Hindu votes is to be more right than NaMo. Because NaMo has captured all other spaces that appeal to Hindus - development, corruption, defence etc.

WE Might be mistaking..... sorry. I do not want him to leave this SPACE of hindutva... never underestimate adversary.....

VHP got booted in gujarat... why ????????????????? GPP failed miserably

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How bad can it get?” said the senior leader, referring to the Election Commission’s notice to the Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi for violating the model code of conduct by alleging during a public rally in Indore that Pakistani agencies were trying to recruit Muslim youth from families affected by the Muzaffarnagar riots.

“Very bad. Rahul baba can get disqualified from contesting elections if the Election Commission interprets the rules strictly,” said his aide, shaking his head sadly.

The veteran leader’s face turned pallid. “Shit. That could….”

“Yes, ruin our chances in the General Elections. Rahul baba was our one great hope,” said the aide.

The party had been hoping that Rahul’s speeches, peppered with references to his lineage, would be sufficient to see them through. Initial feedback had been very heartening: his rallies were attracting decently sized crowds and he seemed to be making an impact on the youth, his metaphors on ‘escape velocity’ and ‘beehives’ going viral on the social media. And then he had to overplay his hand with that infamous ‘ISI’ remark.

“Do we have fall back options?” asked the senior leader.

“Very few, I’m afraid, sir. No one can match his stature. We could make it a referendum on policies instead of personalities…”

“No, yaar. What great policies do we have to crow about? The Gandhi family’s magic always works. If Rahul baba is disqualified, it will hurt us very badly. We can’t let it happen,” the senior leader said.

“We only have ourselves to blame. If only we had diversified, not focussed disproportionately on dynasty, engaged other leaders, perhaps we would not be facing this situation,” his aide snivelled.

“Dude, there is no alternative to Rahul baba. He is truly unique, a godsend from heaven. He can help us consolidate our position with not just the youth but with the minorities too. We need him at the helm if we hope to put up a good show at the hustings,” the senior leader asserted.

“So what do we do now, sir?” asked the aide.

“Withdraw our complaint to the Election Commission about Rahul Gandhi’s speech pronto, dude. The more such speeches he gives, the closer we inch to the magic figure of 272,” Narendra Modi said. Amit Shah nodded and immediately rang up the Election Commissioner.
:mrgreen: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

http://www.theunrealtimes.com/2013/11/03/fear-grips-party-after-election-commission-issues-notice-to-rahul-gandhi-for-poll-code-violation/



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Postby Prem Kumar » 05 Apr 2014 11:08

Idli goes with chutney & sambar,
Ab Ki Baar Modi Sarkar

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Postby Hari Seldon » 05 Apr 2014 11:13

The govt is way below sub par
abki baar, modi sarkar...

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Postby krishnan » 05 Apr 2014 11:15

Pongal chutney vada sambar
abki bar modi sarkar

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Postby Atri » 05 Apr 2014 11:16

never underestimate congis. they are emperors of winning the vote on night before the poll. A drum full of excellent daaru, chicken and money and in come the votes..

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Postby negi » 05 Apr 2014 11:17

Sonia ke paas nahin hai Car
Ab ki baar Modi sarkar

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Postby SanjayC » 05 Apr 2014 11:20

Atri wrote:never underestimate congis. they are emperors of winning the vote on night before the poll. A drum full of excellent daaru, chicken and money and in come the votes..


As Stalin said, the results of elections are decided not by those who cast the votes, but by those who count them. Currently, EVMs are my biggest worry, seeing that the Cong owes previous two LS wins to their manipulation. Congis may reduce BJP seats sufficiently to ensure a third front govt. with their support.

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Postby Patni » 05 Apr 2014 11:21

karlo paaki desh drohion ke Haar
Abe ki baar modi sarkar

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Postby panduranghari » 05 Apr 2014 11:26

johneeG wrote:This is phenomenon of Hindhu unity. Modi is reaping the rewards of awakened Hindhu spirit. There is definitely a strong aspirational middle-class driving the phenomenon, but the larger framework is Hindhuism. All sections of Hindhu society seem to be coming together from almost all parts of the country and lotus is reaping the rewards of that mobilization. Hopefully, lotus does not turn into another kongis and betray this force that is propelling it.

RamaY saar,
it may simply mean that the dalits(like all other sections of Hindhu society) are now supporting the lotus. This is the larger phenomenon that all the caste parties are facing extinction due to coming together of all Hindhu sections. For a long time, non-Hindhu groups enjoyed power by dividing the Hindhus and sowing divisions by instigating one group against the other. The narrative was that either this group or that group could advance, both could not advance together. So, they had to fight among themselves. But, now, people are realizing that this is a wrong way to frame the narrative. All people can develop if there is proper leadership. And if the country goes to dogs, then everyone will suffer. And when anti-Hindhu forces rise, then all Hindhus are at risk. So, Hindhus are coming together. This coming together is mainly driven by educated middle-class young Bhaarathiyas who are rooted in Hindhuism.


If this is not demandalisation of Indian politics, then what is?

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Postby Singha » 05 Apr 2014 11:33

Mediacrooks finances need to be looked into and the biggest cats put under lockup. Small fry can turn approvers and then reconverted into Indic hive mind

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Postby bhargava » 05 Apr 2014 11:34

Nicely articulated

Image

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Postby Singha » 05 Apr 2014 11:36

Also the 2011 census must be released by the new pm.
let the ugly truths about places like Assam and wb come out.

congi long term strategy is converted christians,,high growth rate Muslims and urban sickulars.

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Postby chetak » 05 Apr 2014 11:49

Singha wrote:Also the 2011 census must be released by the new pm.
let the ugly truths about places like Assam and wb come out.

congi long term strategy is converted christians,,high growth rate Muslims and urban sickulars.


That creep who threatened to cut NaMo into pieces said that the percentage of malsis in UP was 42%.

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Postby Sagrawal » 05 Apr 2014 11:50

SanjayC wrote:
Atri wrote:never underestimate congis. they are emperors of winning the vote on night before the poll. A drum full of excellent daaru, chicken and money and in come the votes..


As Stalin said, the results of elections are decided not by those who cast the votes, but by those who count them. Currently, EVMs are my biggest worry, seeing that the Cong owes previous two LS wins to their manipulation. Congis may reduce BJP seats sufficiently to ensure a third front govt. with their support.



I had the same concern of manipulation of EVM by Cong however when I think about Modi and his team, I am sure they have taken into consideration. Modi can't be so naive to let the fate of this country depend on EVMs.

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Postby Arunkumar » 05 Apr 2014 12:16

From teetar...LOL
@ggiittiikkaa Baba Ramdev - Kamal pe Lakshmi aati hai aur Jhadu pe Chudail aat hai.

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Postby rohitv » 05 Apr 2014 12:17

Obama to Putin - There will be consequences to Ukraine War.
Putin (laughing) - Dude, Ab ki Baar Modi Sarkar

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Postby Manish_Sharma » 05 Apr 2014 12:25

manmohan nikla ekdam bekaar,
Ab ki bar Modi Sarkaar !

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Postby KrishG » 05 Apr 2014 12:37

Bhagwan! Please is baar Congress ki g@*d mar
Abh ki bar Modi sarkaar

8) :rotfl:

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Postby RajeshA » 05 Apr 2014 12:39

Published on Apr 5, 2014
By Aniruddha Ghosal
Modi’s aide Amit Shah says ‘Apmaan ka badla toh lena padega’ in Muzaffarnagar, stirs controversy: Indian Express

Key Modi aide says elections are about ‘protecting izzat’.

Muzaffarnagar: On Thursday, Amit Shah, BJP general secretary and Narendra Modi’s man in Uttar Pradesh, met leaders of the Jat community at Raajhar village, 40 km from Muzaffarnagar, and delivered a speech brimming with vitriol. With him was BJP legislator Suresh Rana, who is accused of instigating the riots last year.

“This election is about voting out the government that protects and gives compensation to those who killed Jats,” Shah said. “It is about badla (revenge) and protecting izzat (honour).”

The village is politically significant because it is the base of the Batteesaa Khap, a sub-group of the Jat community that dominates the sugarcane belt of western Uttar Pradesh.

Not many in Muzaffarnagar knew that Amit Shah was in town. While travelling, he usually stays away from the main roads, choosing instead to travel through smaller, less-frequented lanes. Only the Gujarat Police vehicle that follows him everywhere gives away his presence.

On Friday, after spending the previous night at a hotel just outside Muzaffarnagar, where the entire second floor was booked for him and his supporters, he met by turn the leaders of three communities — Gurjjars, Rajputs and Dalits — at a farmhouse in the town’s Gandhi Colony. Here too, he spoke of “badla”.

“A man can live without food or sleep. He can live when he’s thirsty and hungry. But when he’s insulted, he can’t live. Apmaan ka badla toh lena padega,” he said.

A senior BJP leader who handles Shah’s campaign in western Uttar Pradesh, said, “The idea is to meet some influential people who will then go and spread the word in their communities. That works better than rallies.”

At the Muzaffarnagar farmhouse, he spoke about the “problems facing the country”. Apart from price rise, he said, “our country’s boundaries are being breached, heads of soldiers are being chopped off and then played football with, Bangladeshis are infiltrating India, our women aren’t safe because the government is too busy with other things, and riots keep happening in Uttar Pradesh.”

“Kisi maa ke laal mein himmat nahin hai ki woh Gujarat mein dange karaye… wahaan Narendra Modi ki sarkar hai (No one has the courage to instigate riots in Gujarat, Narendra Modi runs the government there),” he told Dalits who had just spoken against the Samajwadi Party government’s handling of the Muzaffarnagar riots.

Under Mulayam Singh Yadav, he said, certain communities had been “rendered second-class citizens” because of the “favourable treatment he gives to minorities”.

A few minutes later, addressing Rajput leaders, he said, “Mullah Mulayam’s government” should be booted out because they “have allowed people who kill cows to prosper. In Gujarat, we don’t have any water, but we have milk. Here, you’re blessed. You have so much water. But all your cows are being killed, all your animals are ending up at the butchers’,” he said.



Published on Apr 5, 2014
Amit Shah bangs Hindutva drum: ‘Badla’, Gujarat, Mullah Mulayam: Firstpost

BJP General Secretary Amit Shah on Thursday stirred controversy after he issued a clarion call for revenge against those who were 'protecting' the killers of Jats, during an interaction in Uttar Pradesh.

According to a report in The Indian Express, Shah, at a meeting with Jat leaders in Raajhar village, 40 km from Muzaffarnagar, said seeking revenge against those 'protecting' the killers of Jats was about protecting ones honour.

“This election is about voting out the government that protects and gives compensation to those who killed Jats,” Shah said. “It is about badla (revenge) and protecting izzat (honour),” he reportedly said at a meeting with Jat leaders in Uttar Pradesh.

Neha Dixit in Scroll.in, also reporting on the same meeting ,notes Shah said, "This is the time to avenge," pointing to Suresh Rana and Hukum Singh, two BJP MLAs accused of inciting anti-Muslim violence during the Muzaffarnagar riots. "A man can sleep hungry but not humiliated. This is the time to take revenge by voting for Modi."

Shah further said that under the present Samajwadi Party government in the state, certain communities were rendered 'second-class citizens' due to the minority appeasement carried out by Mulayam Singh.

According to ANI, Shah also substituted Modi's once-favoured 'mian' perjorative with 'mullah' saying, "Modi ko pradhanmantri banaoge toh agle hi din mulla Mulayam ki sarkar gir jayegi" (If you make Modi PM, Mullah Mulayam's government will fall the very next day.)

Also included was a reference to Gujarat, a subject carefully avoided by his party's prime ministerial candidate: “Kisi maa ke laal mein himmat nahin hai ki woh Gujarat mein dange karaye… wahaan Narendra Modi ki sarkar hai (No one has the courage to instigate riots in Gujarat, Narendra Modi runs the government there)...”

Meanwhile, the Samajwadi Party slammed Shah for his remarks saying such comments only exposed the nature of the Right-wing party. "If Amit Shah has said in Muzaffarnagar that revenge is needed then it proves that BJP had incited the Muzzafarnagar riots... This is called fascist ideology,saying we will dismiss a democratically elected government," SP's Ram Gopal Yadav told reporters. "We will see if they have the courage to dismiss ours."

The Congress, too, hit out at the BJP saying they will approach the Election Commission over Shah's 'communal' remarks.

"Muzaffarnagar mein unhone kaha 'badla lenge' yahi unka manifesto hai, Congress leader Raj Babbar said, while the party's legal cell member KC Mittal said the EC has already been petitioned."Amit Shah was talking of revenge in Jaat villages of Muzaffarnagar, it's horrible. We have approached the Election Commisson."

But the BJP defended their General Secretary saying those chanting secularism were responsible for what happened. "Jo log secular tourism karne gaye the unhone apmaan kiya hai, chahe Hindu ho ya Musalman," Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi told ANI.

Shah's incendiary rhetoric is no accident and likely part of BJP's strategy in the battleground state. Aiming for an unprecedent victory margin, the BJP needs to win big in Uttar Pradesh, which sends 80 MPs to Lok Sabha. According to a survey conducted by CSDS Lokniti-IBN, the BJP is clearly ahead in Western Uttar Pradesh, benefiting from its opponents' votes being divided among various parties.

The survey showed that the Muzaffarnagar riots and their impact have actually grown in prominence since early this year. As much as 78 percent of the respondents in March said they knew about the communal riots of 2013, as compared to the 64 percent in January. Also, 40 percent of respondents believed the Samajwadi Party to be "most responsible" for the riots.

It remains to be seen if Amit Shah's polarising rhetoric will mitigate some of the damage to SP, or whether BSP or Congress will be the bigger beneficiaries.

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Postby disha » 05 Apr 2014 12:47

Guys., can we now go slow on the "ab ki bar Modi Sarkar" ditties?

We still have 40 long and slogging days to go.

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Postby member_20317 » 05 Apr 2014 12:51

disha wrote:Guys., can we now go slow on the "ab ki bar Modi Sarkar" ditties?

We still have 40 long and slogging days to go.


Chalees lambe din hai yaar,
Abki Baar Modi Sarkaar! :P

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Postby sooraj » 05 Apr 2014 12:59

If Narendra Modi becomes PM, “Mullah Mulayam’s” govt will be dismissed: Amit Shah
http://zeenews.india.com/news/general-elections-2014/if-narendra-modi-becomes-pm-%E2%80%9Cmullah-mulayams%E2%80%9D-govt-will-be-dismissed-amit-shah_922425.html

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and Narendra Modi's close aide Amit Shah has appealed to the people of a riot-hit Jat village near Muzzafarnagar and said that if they want to take revenge they should vote for his party in the upcoming General Elections.

The BJP leader said that it was during Mughals when swords and arrows were used to take revenge, but at present one can no longer resolve a matter with such things.

In an apparent reference to the Samajwadi Party government in Uttar Pradesh for mishandling the Muzaffarnagar riots, Shah said that justice has not been done and it is time to take revenge during the elections. He urged the people to press the right button and bring BJP to power.

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Postby member_23367 » 05 Apr 2014 13:00

disha wrote:Guys., can we now go slow on the "ab ki bar Modi Sarkar" ditties?

We still have 40 long and slogging days to go.



Bolo Baram Baar,Jisko hai Desh se Pyaar,
Abki Baar,Modi Sarkaar :D :D

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Postby Paul » 05 Apr 2014 13:04

^^^Sagarika and Shiv Aroor are already whining on Twitter on Amit Shah;s speech.

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Postby Singha » 05 Apr 2014 13:09

and immediately after 40 intense days, the world cup in brazil will start - more sleepless nights!

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Postby kapilrdave » 05 Apr 2014 13:10

Lilo wrote:https://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=KwxJdDeRaHo

A Kavi Sammelan below - not the gangajamuni kooni vishwas type.
Methinks a good template for the decentralized kavi sammelans being chalked out to go along with the upcoming 3D campaign.



https://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=j2_RpV2L0WQ

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chandturakhia wrote:
VHP got booted in gujarat... why ????????????????? GPP failed miserably

What are you smoking dude? GPP is was a "patel" party. Nothing hindu or anti muslim about it. Their so called hindutva didn't come into their way in colluding with cong. Grapwine is that bapa took 400 cr from maino. And I've circumstantial evidence to believe it. Those VHP types who supported them are also crooks. Either you are brainwashed or you are trying to brainwash others.

chetak wrote:That creep who threatened to cut NaMo into pieces said that the percentage of malsis in UP was 42%.

He was talking about only Saharanpur.
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Re: Narendra Modi vs the Dynasty: Contrasting Ideas of India

Postby Singha » 05 Apr 2014 13:14

shahi imam loses temper, beats up journalist

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=p ... MYEDZTc6Gg


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