Monday, December 9, 2013

Polls 2013 - And The Losers Are...



Defeats are normal in politics and there is absolutely no dishonour in losing a democratic election. Some defeats are tolerable, some are severe. Either way, it is how a party and its leaders respond to that defeat that defines their character. Mother Gandhi and Son Gandhi came out in the evening on December 8 and accepted defeat in all the 4 states (Chattisgarh, Delhi, MP and Rajasthan) and congratulated their “opponents” for their victories. This is a reflection of poor character and pathetic lack of spirit that is traditional with the Congress. The mother-son duo was so pathetic that they didn’t want to name “BJP” as the winners and congratulate them. Rahul Gandhi went further to state “we have to learn from AAP” on how to reach out to people or campaign. Bravo! While AAP has made an excellent debut in Delhi there isn’t anything that would suggest they have swept to power in the state. Like the Gandhis, all the Congress spokies who were on TV channels were simply too arrogant to accept defeat honourably. These morons don’t seem to realise that this is the same arrogance that cost them the elections in the first place. This is the same arrogance that showed up when RahulG turned up a presser to declare “complete nonsense” and directly ridicule his own party’s PM.

Will they learn? I doubt it! These Congis aren’t very bright people at learning. That brings us to the media who too were extremely unwilling to accept the BJP sweep. Well alright, if these doormats at NDTV, CNN-IBN, TimesNow, IBN7 etc. don’t want to accept a 4-0 for BJP then they can at least concede it’s a 0-4 loss for the Congress. Doesn’t matter who they lost to, does it? All they were interested in was to toast the AAP as the biggest victor of the elections.

AAP made a great debut in Delhi but there are clear reasons for it. Any joker knew Sheila Dikshit was going to face the flak for Congress failures. There was anti-incumbency, there was that Nirbhaya rape and crimes in the city, there was corruption. So the SheilaD govt was a sitting duck. But as they say in cricket, even if it’s a loose ball someone has to hit it for a boundary. This is what AAP did well. The BJP didn’t finish the task in Delhi because for all the heavenly reasons, most of the top BJP leaders in Delhi have their eyes on the PM’s chair and not on Delhi. Be it Advani or Swaraj or Jaitley, the BJP heavyweights were hardly bothered about Delhi. Late in the game they came up with Dr. Harshvardhan as their CM candidate. The other thing is the modest, soft-spoken Dr.H is not exactly a charismatic, inspirational leader who can jump into a ring full of gladiators. If at all BJP salvaged Delhi to become the single largest party in these elections it surely was because of the hectic rallies by Narendra Modi in the last week before elections. If not, AAP would have been sitting pretty with a clear majority. Even an ordinary person like me could predict that in a tweet. But the MSM would like to tell you “No Modi effect”. That’s their LIE!

So whose votes did AAP take away? The answer is an unambiguous: BJP! They took the BJP votes because whatever anti-Congress votes were available should have gone to BJP. But this had to be shared with AAP. Yes, it’s possible that AAP also got some of the traditional Congress votes but the bigger loss is clearly BJP’s “anti-Congress” votes in this particular election. That the BJP still survived this dent and emerged the largest party is clearly due to Modi and nobody else. The MSM deceives in not acknowledging this. That naturally brings us to the question: Why is the MSM so upset with the victories of BJP? Let us acknowledge that the BJP may form a minority govt in Delhi which will be constantly under threat of being pulled down. Technically, the AAP can also form a govt with outside support from Congress who would like to keep the BJP out or there may be another election soon. Pulling down a minority govt is pretty much a given because the Congress has a historical tradition of pulling down govts. So why is the media making out as if this election was all about AAP?

If you observe the results, the BJP retained Chattisgarh with almost the same number of seats, even though it looked tight. BJP retained MP with a bigger count (per last reports). In Rajasthan it would not be wrong to say the BJP simply massacred the Congress. The thrashing was so severe in Rajasthan that even anti-incumbency cannot explain it. All the above are scenarios aren’t some mystery that the Congress media cronies couldn’t see earlier. They did see the writing on the wall quite clearly but in their anti-Hindu and so called pro-secular frame, the BJP simply had to be defeated. Therefore, for much of the media the AAP became a darling, especially Rajdeep Sardesai, Sagarika Ghose, Ashutosh, Bhupendra Chaube and some from NDTV. On Election Day, December 4, the preference for AAP in Delhi became even more pronounced and I couldn’t help saying that the MSM was actually campaigning and goading people to go for AAP in the face of inevitable Congress defeat. This question by me in a tweet got a predictable answer (Of course, Chaubeji has since deleted the tweet):

That brings us to the other important issue. All the TV channels were eager and the panellists more than willing to dismiss there was any Modi-effect or Modi-wave in these elections. They were behaving like they were sourpuss Congress leaders. Even Arvind Kejriwal was far more gracious in his party’s performance than these cronies were in the severe Congress losses. Panellist Sunil Alagh told Sagarika Ghose “more than Congress it is you who is more Modi-centric”. The petty and pathetic Aarti Jerath on TimesNow wanted to desperately differentiate between a Modi-effect and Modi-wave, inspired, of course, by an article in her own paper by Swaminathan Aiyar. Well, what would constitute a Modi-wave? That all the seats in all 4 states would go to BJP? Or that 70% of seats would go to BJP? Those days in Indian elections are over when one party (Congress) used to get those kinds of majorities.
 
Whatever one may call it, it remains an immutable fact that Modi now does bear immense impact on elections. Would BJP have won all 4 states without Modi’s rallies? I doubt it. In MP and Rajasthan they may have won but Modi’s impact made the margin bigger and victory a certainty. In Chattisgarh it helped pulled the BJP nuts out of the fire. In Delhi it saved BJP a severe embarrassment. That is what Modi has achieved for BJP. And Arnab Goswami was shamelessly feeding questions to Jyoti Scindia “Is this a 4-0 victory for BJP or a 4-0 loss for Congress”? Well moron, there is only one loser in all 4 states and that is Congress. Even AAP can be considered a winner for that matter, even if they didn’t win a clear majority. At least two media people had the grace to partly admit the fact about Modi’s impact and effect.

Arnab was so pathetic he was already screaming for Congress to bring out Priyanka Vadra from the closet (Oh she becomes “Gandhi” during campaigns though). I have already said in my previous post that this is the end of the road for Rahul Gandhi. He is a disaster and as usual a scumbag sycophant like Manishankar Aiyar said (on NDTV) RG is only responsible for Youth Congress and has nothing to do with these election outcomes. I would go a step further: RG is responsible for NOTHING! Bihar, UP, Gujarat, MP, Rajasthan, Chattisgarh and Delhi lost by Congress but the moron RahulG had nothing to do with any of that. Sure, when Congress won Karnataka it was all Rahul magic. This is why I say for India to progress Congress must die. A party with no inner democracy and a culture of sycophancy and slavery cannot wish you freedom or democracy ever. That much is predictable of the Congress and some in the media. But to me there were some people in the media who were a bigger disgrace than the Congress. And the losers are:

No matter what the results of an election and what their political preferences, media anchors and panellists are expected to carry out discussions with some semblance of reason and logic. All the nine persons above (and there were some more minor ones) were an absolute disgrace in their unwillingness to even grudgingly concede a victory to BJP and the impact of Modi. Their hatred of Modi has now become part of their DNA and disease and there is no cure. It is killing them inside and they know it. All these years these people sucked up to Rahul Gandhi as India’s Obama or the Great White Hope. He sunk them! The Congress doesn’t have an answer to Modi so far nor do these media slaves. Shankarsan Thakur said on TimeNow Congis are afraid to blame the Gandhis. Laughable! I keep saying the media boys and girls piss in their pants and skirts when they have to mention “Gandhi”, so are they now expecting Congis to blame or name Gandhis? The cowards and slaves in the Congress are no different from the cowards and slaves in the MSM. Should we talk of 2014? It’s too early, will drink that poison when the time comes.

Arnab Goswami, acting like the regular circus clown, had a stupid question at his 6pm show on December 8: “Is AAP now a threat to Modi”? Well moron, get used to it! All of you are a threat to Modi including Congress, SP, JDU, RJD, RLD, DMK, CPM, AAP, Third Front, Fourth Umpire, CBI, Salma and Sabrina, IM, LeT, JuD and the Indian MSM collectively. He’s still standing. You’re the ones who have fallen to the pits. You’re the real losers. 


179 comments :

  1. Spot on Ravi, your tweet that said if an outsider watched the news first time, he would've thought BJP lost badly and the onus was on NaMo. That tweet summed up the disgusting way our media morons acted.

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  2. I was happy to see the assembly results. If BJP had got majority in Delhi, it would have been perfect.

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    1. It is a blessing in disguise for BJP to have lost Delhi. In my opinion no govt in Delhi can survive or at least function effectively without support from the Central Govt who actually controls the levers of power (Home dept and police) in Delhi. You need to have same party govt at the center to govern Delhi. They should not even attempt to form a govt there being the single largest party and instead support AAP to do that. It will be baptism by fire for AAP.

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    2. I agree. In fact, I wish the AAP had won 35 seats and formed the Govt. Then the true test of their governance would have been seen in the first 6 months of rule.

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    3. absolutely correct. Seems Mr Kejriwal is too content to sit in opposition as his single point of focus is to criticize everybody except himself. Let him become CM with help of Congress, then he will get a taste of real politics.Then he will understand how different it is to govern than climbing on poles and disconnecting power connections.

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  3. BJP lost three of the four Delhi constituencies where Modi had campaigned (lost two to AAP and one to Congress). The only win being that in Harshvardhan's constituency (as a bhajpa mouthpiece please be courteous and let the poor doc from del take some credit). #Modi_Impact

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    1. BJP was in a shambles in Delhi. Unpopular Vijay Goel had to be dumped and the clean Harsh Vardhan brought in at the very last minute. AAP was being covertly backed by Congress symphatiser media crooks to checkmate BJP when they realised Congress had no hope. Modi helped to salvage BJP in Delhi.

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    2. @RajShekhar

      This is nothing but typical Congi logic: "we won at places where the Gandhis held rallies". By your logic unless a leader holds rallies in all the seats it will be difficult to attribute victories or losses to him. Rallies have an effect far beyond a single location (positive or negative). You are using an argument that losers in the MSM generally use for convenience. Modi also held rallies in Bihar, Jammu and Bangalore. There were no elections there but impact travels. FYI a gangrape in Delhi is heard far more in the MSM than a gangrape in Assam (as in a recent case). Would you conclude rapes in Assam are less horrendous?

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    3. Sir, isn't it great that he campaigns exactly where the need is, may be, knowing that they might lose in those constituencies. This is exactly the trait the leader should possess unlike those Gandhis who will campaign exactly where they will win.

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    4. @Ravinar, When it comes to events which can be related to Modi, some pseudo intellectuals always want to look at it with an electron microscope and point out the cracks. But when it comes to Gandhis, well they are above the lens.

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    5. @Anand Ellur is right. I remember when Modi kicked off his campaign in Delhi as a BJP's PM candidate. Sonia came all over to Karnataka, Mandya to kickstart her campaign. Why ? Congress had just won there in bypolls. Sonia felt safe to start there as it would draw crowds.

      Congress win is attributed to Deve Gowda who see-sawed on the matter of partnering with BJP before Polls. Result was that his party candidates lost due to this. People were confused and voted Congress and not JD(S).

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    6. NaMo entered the field even before elections. When entire BJP was dithering on the issue of CM, NaMo, in his inimitable decisive style put his weight behind Dr Harshvardhan and clinched the issue. Not acknowledging his contribution is a mark of a poor loser

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    7. it was a last minute campaign nd focus was to cover those areas where BJP was not doing well. any one who was on ground in delhi will tell u that Modi saved the day for BJP in delhi.

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    8. It was a clear NAMO wave everywhere. You take Madhya Pradesh. Shivraj Singh government is better than earler Congress Government but they have also there share of mis governance resulting in anti incumbency vote. This effect was neutralized by NAMO wave. In Indore BJP did nothing which can be worth winning all seats. Indore has a sitting BJP MP for more than 20 years having nothing worth to her credit. The last Mayor elections saw a victory for BJP by just 3-4 thousand votes. Despite all this BJP bagged all but one seat. The last time Congress candidate who fought Mayor election and lost by thin margin is thrashed out in one of the assembly constituencies. (In Mayor election he had a clear lead in this assembly segment). Only because of Narendra Modi people have come out in large number and voted again for BJP.

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    9. sir, durin the prev debates itself the bjp spokepersons told that modi rallies were chosen based on the places were bjp was traditionally wek and lost the previous elections.. now that is wat a true leader does

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    10. Mr. Raj Shekhar
      What do you think about Sonia + Rahul (Pappu)+ Sheila Dixit rallies in Delhi, when they lost heavily including Sheila in Deepshit (Sheila Deepshit)..... Be kind and courteous to the AAP + BJP wins

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  4. If one were to go by the media crooks yesterday, AAP had won the elections in all the states. It was all about AAP. Will the Congress now attempt to impose an Emergency or start a war at the border? The end is nigh otherwise for Congress and media crooks.

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    1. no they will back PAAP party during LS elections to cut down BJP votes, remember congress will follow a policy of scorched earth, if they cant win neither will they allow BJP to win, they know very well that if modi becomes PM then there wont be any chance in future for congress to come in power again, no pseudo NGO Evangelical conversion, no islamization etc etc

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    2. Exactly my thoughts...the mother-son duo could start a war with China if that would save their asses from Modi.

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  5. Dear Ravinar,

    The perfect analogy for the way Congress confronts (not accepts) defeat is in the movie, "Dil Chahta Hai". In the last scene, the Voter (Preity Zinta) goes to Aamir Khan (BJP) after being blessed by her father-like figure (Democracy). Ayub Khan (Congress) still does not accept the verdict and protests, "Dad, this is so embarrassing!". The way MSM has been ranting on and on about the Delhi results, I suppose the same holds good for them too!

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  6. Another sharp arrow right on bulls eye. BJP was certain to lose Chattisgarh after the horrendous naxal attack, but Modi's campaign redeemed it for BJP. In Delhi, they almost made it look like they have no intention to contest, never seen a party declare CM candidate so late in the campaign. The fact that BJP was able to emerge as single largest party certainly goes to both Modi & Harsha Vardhan.

    In Rajasthan, Congress is absolutely decimated. I admire Vasundhara Raje for openly taking a stand against Congress govt's freebies (free medicine, free laptops etc.). Perhaps she is the first leader in Indian electoral history to take such a stand. But the huge margin in victory simply can't be explained by anti-incumbency. Even in MP, margin of victory simply can't be explained by Uma Bharati's inclusion in BJP.

    Only a dimwit like Rahul Gandhi can miss the fact that there is a clear Modi wave. Ashok Gehlot was frank enough even in humiliating defeat, atleast he acknowledged that Vasundhara Raje used Modi's name to win!

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  7. Thank you Ravinar. Being bombarded by the MSM's incessant anti-Modi hysteria and their constant harping on AAP's grand success was making me yearn for some level-headed, factual and hard-hitting rebuttal. Your post was like a breath of fresh air loaded with minty sweetness and cool eucalyptus. It WAS that good and counts as the best one yet of all the ones you have written so far. This site is a beacon of light in a sea of darkness.

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  8. The top leaders of BJP in Delhi are more interested in PMs chair than in anything else , is to the point!

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  9. Great article. Takes the pants off MSM :-)

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  10. Even CONgress paid stoogies channels like CNN-IBN, Timesnow, NDTV, AbpTV etc are not ready to accept CONgress miserable defeat. They like CONgress party wanted CONgress to win atleast one among the four states. Niticentral website through local news channel declared the BJP winning 49 seats in Chatisgarh around 5 pm whereas the CONgress stogies channels didn't shown it till 8:00 pm.

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  11. A lot of credit goes to local news channels who are being ignored by everyone...the vernacular media has been in great support of Modi across India truly garnering the ground level sentiments which existence national media denies.

    IMO , BJP should take a hint from these and send more spokespersons and better spokespersons to debate on the regional channels rather than fighting national clowns like Sanjay Jha and Poonawals. Local media is how to you touch the masses esp in South and North East. It is sad to see pathetic ppl from BJP on local news channels except for HIndi news channels

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  12. In a desperate attempt to find good coverage of counting day, I switched to CNBC TV 18. HT had a slightly good coverage initially, then even they started their crAAp coverage. India tv is not available where I live, so business channels were my only hope. But sardesai and chaubeji started turning up one by one to announce that there is no modi wave, modi hasnt delivered the goods and what not. It was despicable. At that point there was no tv channel in my cable that had a decent coverage of counting day. Not a single f**king channel!!! Commies commies every f**king where. They a have a right to have their opinion but a decent anchor has to do every effort to present any other opinions. It wasn't a debate, it was a f**king propaganda!! Thank god for twitter, thank god for mediacrooks.

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    1. I felt the same, and started searching for local hindi channels. Etv-UP caught my attention. They were fast and accurate in announcing winners, covering all the four states equally. When it was 44-43 ( chattisgarh) cliffhanger on english channels, Etv-UP already announced winner, at around 5.30 pm.

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    2. Same even down south! I was watching "Puthiya Thalaimurai", who have far less noisier and evenly held debates. At least the anchors do not take any biased stances.

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    3. Felt the same and finally found DD News channel, which I felt was better than these.

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  13. its just a beginners luck for AAP and nothing else....

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    1. Yes i agree and i also wanted them to get 36 seats and get totally exposed once they got to run a govt.

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  14. Arnab Goswami's programme was terrible, this guy is foolishly arrogant and self-righteous. His taunting and ridiculing of Gadkari in particular was ugly (probably he took the comment from Subramanian Swamy to his heart that he (Arnab) had to eat an humble pie in the end after his anti-Gadkari campaign).

    You missed a great character called Ravish Kumar who believes there would be Modi Vs Kejri contest in 2014 and only Kejriwal can stop Modi.

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    1. Ravish has become secular these days

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  15. The grave needs to be dug deeper n bigger for all these C5Ms for salvation by the man Friday. The moment has arrived

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  16. When the BJP was trailing in Chattisgarh during the early trends in the morning.Pranoy Roy from NDTV jumped the gun and was behaving like Chattisgarh was lost for the BJP.He even went on to question one of the BJP MP's( I forgot his name) views on the loss of Chattisgarsh.
    I believe some of the other channels were doing this too.

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    1. Yea, he was talking to Ravi Shankar Prasad. I remember and he even said that CG is almost out of BJP reach.

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  17. Spot on Ravinar. Some food for thought.

    1)AAP and Anna Hajare were propped up by Delhi based MSM(Congress) to occupy the Anti Congress(dynasty) space and deny it to BJP due to their pathological hatred towards NaMo/BJP, once they got to know that the air is thick with anti dynasty. Otherwise, Arvind Kejriwal and his AAP would have been Loksatta Party of Jaipraksh Narain in Andhra.

    2) Shazia Ilmi, Manoj Sisodia, Yogendra Yadav, are all Media fraternity. Their insignificant supporters like Raghu of MTV and Abhinandan Sekri of News Laundry are also from media. All are not visible like our celebrity morons but are from the media world. Now above tweet by Chetan Shrimal also proves that even in the channels like IBN7 there were supporters of AAP. I would call this as media fraud like 2G or Coalgate, because Media People are not supposed to be so openly backing a particular political outfit, if they call themselves as the fourth pillar. you have already proved that they are pro dynasty, pro congress and now they are even propping up parties in the democracy to take part in election.

    3)Yesterday, after AAP's victory Anna Hajare blabbered something nonsense like " लोगोंने, लोगोंका, लोगोंके लिए...." to describe AAP's impressive performance doesn't make any difference. This proves that Anna Hajare is politically a fool who could not even congratulate his earlier fellow activists with the open hart. Just imagine if some BJP patriarch(Babulal Gaur?) would have blabbered something like Anna Hajare , how would have MSM reacted?

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    1. Perfect analogy of Jaiprakash narain's loksatta. They are far better ones. But nobody voted them in bangalore as there was no media coverage and people of bangalore did not want to waste their votes too.

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    2. Bhaiyya JP's Loksatta party contested in AP in 2009 and not from Bangalore. They lost to YRS wave prevalent at that time

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  18. To Arnab;s credit, he did ask the question "Why is RG not responsible for the defeat" several times to congress representatives...INfact I found @timesnow among the others being very sharp in targetting RG yesterday

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    1. But what is the point in asking these type of questions when you already know none of them is going to answer 'Yes RG is a Dumbo' and he can't lead the party to victory.

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  19. Upto 7pm MSM withheld announcing winner of Chattisgarh assebly. Simply not willing to accept the truth.But truth has to come out. I watched ETV-UP, they were fast and accurate, and concentrated on 4 states equally unlike English media morons, who were going GAGA over AK and AAP.

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  20. So rightly put. The MSM crooks are so obsessed with modi- hating that i doubt they will ever say a word in his favour. Their only work seems to suck up to currupt Congress in order to breathe.
    Mr. RG yesterday, when asked about modi, said that the two parties had different point of view and they would push ahead their PoV. That PoV, i guess was only this; Weaken the nation by various scandals and corruptions and destroying democratic institutions in this country.
    Fake Gandhis and the corrupt Congress were responsible for the uprooting of Congess in state like Gujarat and Bihar. They are responsible for the party's demise in Rajasthan and Delhi, but the crony MSM giving credit to AAP in Delhi just in order to save Congress from more humiliation. They are in denial when it comes to modi-effect. I guess they would only praise AAP getting 5-10 LS seats even if modi becomes PM next year. They will still say there is no modi-effect. Such is the dual fear of Cronies. The fear of master's anger and now the fear of modi's rising.

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  21. What the Delhi results indicate to BJP is very clear; Project your candidates and the main face of the campaign very early and give them all the necessary support they require and allow the main face to have his say. For the LS 2014 Modi has been appointed well in advance and now the party should allow him complete leeway in selecting the candidates and sewing up alliances. This is the only way they can get near 272 and avoid a Delhi like situation in 2014.

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    1. You are exactly right.If BJP would have projected Dr as CM early,they might have got clear majority.
      Also from Delhi election results,I suspect that the Cong will project its B-team #AAP for LS 2014 elections (specially in Gujarat). I have seen many educated NaMo supporters turning towards AAP in Gujarat.

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  22. Msm is playing spoilsport and bad losers ( one cannot expect anything else from,them till Modi becomes PM with comfortable majority ). The results are great reinforcement of Modi wave . You have summed it up correctly, without Modi chaatisgarh and Delhi both would have been lost . And the rout of congress in MP and Raj would not have been to this extent. Let us all celebrate and continue to do our bit in taking the midi juggernaut forward. The bjp workers too need to be commended . This would not have been possible without their untiring efforts . Let the momentum continue . Modi never cared for the comments or opinion of these filthy stinking rats ( MSM) and put up with worser nonsense with amazing grace . And that is the way to go. GOD BLESS INDIA .

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  23. Let the MSM morons carry their propaganda! Who cares! I will tell you, everyone, even kids (4-8 yrs) in my house have maturity to identify and reject SanjayJha, Abhishek, etc. I have seen that people watching these MSM morons take only the stuffs that have some TRUTH in it. In fact they laugh at them. I feel that Congress would have been better off if -- instead of focusing on FSB for these MSMs -- they have really proposed FSB for the country's poor with lesser corruption!

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  24. Hard hitting article. Will it rub on the MSM idiots a bit?, I doubt it. The The dirt on their thick hide is so deep that nothing will make a difference.

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  25. Ravi,

    One important reason for MSM to be grudging against BJP is that these morons are not going to get Padma awards! There is a big queue after the likes of Bharka Dutt got Padmasri. Next 5 years the queue only grows without success!

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  26. Even if BJP won 500 seats in 2014, MSM would say there is no Modi wave.

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  27. The analysis of KhanChris defeat by Jayanthi Natrajan took the cake of all media debates yesterday.When asked if price rise was the prime reason for the ouster of Sheila Dikshit,her reply was that despite price rise, they won Karnataka and Uttarakhand just months back.In other words, there is no need to remedy these ills of the economy as long as they win elections.Last time they won Delhi soon after the Mumbai terrorist attack. So they then decided that terrorism is not a factor that matters to people.No wonder this country is racing towards disaster.

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    1. Karnataka's disaster was his BJP's own making. Yeddyurappa was not as corrupt as being projected. He may not be 1% worth of Deshpande or DK Shivakumar (whose brother won MP in Kanakapura). Lokayuykta or anybody never touched any of these congies for all obvious reasons. If NAmO brings back yeddy, LS seats can climb to 15-18 to bjp out of 28.

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    2. I am afraid even Yediyurappa back too is not enough to set right the the negative damage done to the image of BJP by sustained MSM during the12 months prior to the may 2013 assembly elections in Karnataka aided of course by dull heads of the local leadership. Agreed Yedi crime is nothing compared to the Congress contemporaries. But in the bargain the damage done to the image of the parent BJP by sustained negative campaign of KJP has harmed too steeply to get back that easily. Time is too short.. Then only Yediyurappa can get back the lost hold by his sustained campaign style like during his earlier days. But he too shall be careful to control his followers. There is no doubt that quite a few of his close followers did enough damages to the bjp leading finally to the unsaviour relations between the new lumpen elements and the original bjp core team. Yedi would be awae of this . With such reformed Yediyurappa the leadership can be given back to him as only he can get back the sustained campaigh with the Modi massive bombardments. All is not over it but dont make it too late.
      There is a plus point too. CM Siddaramayya chair would be more secure if only Congress gets weakened at the Central level. Since the double digit contribution for Congress can be available only from Karnataka in addition to Maharastra easy to guess where his interest lies. KG Nayak

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    1. Too much of an insult to pig, for that matter any four-legged animal. God has made it to be like that. How about these two-legged ones ?

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  29. You summed up well..that

    1. The arrogance of Congress has suffered them their worst defeats in Rajasthan
    and Delhi. Their 3 time most popular CM Sheila Dixit was not even able to save
    her own seat !! What can be worse than this ?? But none talked about that !!
    Every thing was covered under AAP party's spectacular debut.

    But let them be arrogant, that will help all of us who want Modi to be our PM, to work even harder and crush their arrogance to powder. A snake never dies untill its hood is crushed. Congress will also see the same in near future.

    2. Most interesting observation yesterday was behaviour of MSM celebrity anchors.
    All of them were totally in Bhakti mood of AAP party with AK as their God. Its
    interesting that the same MSM celebrities who were 3 months back playing in the
    lap of Congress had totally shifted their loyalities to AAP ??

    MSM celebrities behavior (the collage of which you have shown above) was like a
    PIG, who loves to remain in dirty drains and survives on filth. Same is with these
    celebrities who survive on the worst social gossip and spread lies and falsehood on
    primetime.The pig when gets bored out in drain, comes out and wherever it goes it
    stinks as well as applies the same filth on others, whoever comes in it touch.

    These same dirty beasts who stink and spread filth everynight, were trying to hide
    their stink by hiding behind clean image of AAP. I was lauging when Barkha Dutt
    was interviewing Arvind Kejriwal. The most corrupt journalist talking about honesty
    with Arvind Kejriwal. And look at her face during interview, the hypocrisy was just all
    around.

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  30. Perfect. Modi saved Delhi.Very well articulated'For India to progress Congress must die'Must read for All.

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  31. Voting day exit polls results didn't influence such a mandate. As there was report while tv channels were showing exit polls there was sudden surge in voting means last minute voting did happened due to that mean's it's a matter of concern as tv channels act in a biased manner might have influenced voters in Delhi. As most of this MSM are anti Modi...As it's peak time this MSM should be taken on task.

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  32. Learning from the Assembly Poll Results:

    When there is a strong anti-incumbency due to grave issues, two techniques can work wonders for opposition parties.

    (i) Fool people by Utopian promises,
    (ii) Show realistic solutions and courage to implement at any cost.

    AAP succeeded in doing (i), but BJP only showed solutions to the problem and it couldn't defend AAP's negative campaign on Dr. Harshavardan's courage to implement.

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    1. Let the good doctor implement his concrete solutions to the problems now.

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  33. It's the Modi-wave that saved BJP in Delhi. Until a year ago the BJP was invisible here and one could hardly call them the opposition. The only thing they managed to say was "those congis are corrupt!" to which the congis would reply "but they are communal!". None of them bothered to pick up the real issues affecting us. It was only after AAP was formed that they returned to issues-based campaigning. Last time, I voted for the BJP hoping there would be some change but sadly, he pretty much disappeared after winning, only to come back last month to gift 2 benches and a couple of street lights.

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    1. best thing is for AAP accept the challenge and form the government . Next step, immediately afterwards, should be opening investigations against misdeeds of Congress and BJP . if any one of them dare to pull down the goverment , advantage AAP. If not , again advantage AAP. Both scenario is in favour of AAP. with such a win -win situation , not staking claim to form government is very confounding.

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  34. You wrote: Well, what would constitute a Modi-wave? That all the seats in all 4 states would go to BJP? Or that 70% of seats would go to BJP? Those days in Indian elections are over when one party (Congress) used to get those kinds of majorities.
    Narendra Modi's blog:The Final Tally- BJP has won 408 out of 589 seats, which is near 70% of the total seats. Phenomenal! Congress shrunk - only 21% of seats. This is a wonderful beginning towards success in our Mission272+ & for fulfilling the dream of a Congress Mukt Bharat.

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  35. Regarding your speculation as to why MSM-wallahs (and much of the junta too) are focusing too much on AAP, Aussies beating England is not as newsworthy as Kenya beating Pakistan.

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    1. No problem in appreciating AAP for its strong debut but there was not even one program , one debate where they lauded BJP victories which literally swept away Congress in the politically relevant states. That shows their hatred for BJP and Modi in particular, this is the hypocrisy which is undoing MSM.

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    2. But has Kenya really BEATEN Pakistan? It was a good fight which should be lauded, but they are still at no 2. On the other hand, Aussie have really destroyed Eng.

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    3. Australia beating England is a cricket match...Kenya beating Pakistan is either Fixed or a Fluke

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  36. BJP were shabby as rightly pointed out with Delhi. Had they declared Dr. Harshvardhan as their CM Six months ago , they would have won a dozen more seats. They lost another 8 seats just because of bad ticket distribution. Selfish motives and personal gains or favoritism, dont know.
    Had BJP got it right as they did in MP & Rajasthan, in Delhi, they should have easily won with 2/3rd majority.

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  37. I think Rahul Gandhi is the solutions to all problem. He should be made the prime minsterial candidate for Congress. He will be a blessing to the country. BJP will then win with a two third majority and Narendra Modi will become the PM.
    I hope its Rahul vs Namo in 2014 ; Rahul scores (own) goals galore

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  38. The term "easily" from the earlier comment in no way undermines the effort that goes to fight the elections right from top brass to the cadre level. Even though they don't have the numbers to form govt in Delhi, I still believe it is 4-0 BJP. The media can cry oceans & rivers!

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  39. Just came in office and at first opened mediacrooks.. I havent read this article yet as I am eager to congratulate you.. Thanks a lot Ravinar for your endless efforts and hard work done here through MediaCrooks.

    Hats off to your efforts and pelase keep up the good work ..

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  40. Why is it important to figure out whether there is a Modi wave/effect? MSM is harping on this and so is Ravinar.
    Why is it not enough to acknowledge that BJP did well?
    Ravinar, you are a self-declared fact-fanatic and opinion-shunner. Can you clarify whether you were deducing facts or expressing opinions when you say in your post:
    "If at all BJP salvaged Delhi to become the single largest party in these elections it surely was because of the hectic rallies by Narendra Modi in the last week before elections."

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    1. @Sambaran,
      u mean to say, even if there is an impact of Modi on these results, why take his name?
      If you have the habit of stopping in the middle of everything nobody stops u from that...
      But remember, something left in between may cost u a lot :-)

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    2. Modi is BJP's PM candidate. BJP did well in the assembly elections. Is that not good enough? MSM has an axe to grind against Modi and hence it is trying to prove that it was not Modi-effect. Let them. Objectively speaking, it is immaterial who caused the BJP victory, as long as the party wins.

      I am afraid, I did not get the sarcasm/metaphor in your last two lines.

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    4. Sorry. I started to reply to Sambaran but change my mind. the blog would not let me delete "Hi".

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  41. Your summary of this win and defeat is clear massage to MSM and D4 to behave properly or perish with the tide.

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  42. Yesterday for the first time I found Times Now openly anti-Modi/BJP totally. Till then, there were occasions they were hiding the same. All the participants selected were anti-Modi, and even the Delhi elections results for BJP were shown without SAD purposely. Compared to that, I found for the first time NDTV's coverage of the results a professional one till of course Pranav Roy was in charge. Once he saw the results were fully for BJP, he too left giving charge to Barkha and others, and within no time, the channel was back to square one.

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  43. Very nice apt conclusion. I too saw Alagh's criticism and he showed great guts in saying that he is a Modi Fan. I expected your blog to comment on the same and my expectation on your blog has rarely gone the other way

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  44. @ravinar : i was constantly in touch with people in delhi pre election time and before modi intervened and removed vijay goel .there was clear wave that Aap will win the elections with majority .the reasons were due to Annas campaign they hijacked 2G spectrum scam and others too as if they have exposed it .a common man votes on perception and that perception was changed by AAP i dont know what BJP was doing at that time.
    My one analysis is that when Anna movement was going on bjp became lazy complacent and they thought Anna movement will act as a opposition movement and they sat back .when Aap was launched they hijackef the issues of won security corruption price rise and what Bjp did was planning who will be CM.
    if it was not modi's rally .BJP would have definately come 2nd .
    There is is indeed modi wave he is like a doctor with wh a patient think he is safe.
    Its a signal for BJP local leaders tgat they cant just sit back and let their issues been hijacked by 3rd front or 4th front whatever.

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  45. Also have you guys noticed....all these MSM morons were literally scolding the congi reps...their tone was " How Could You?" I was wallowing in glee in their misery the whole day yesterday...And I believe a master stroke by DR Hashvardhan by refusing to form the govt deflated AK's claim that they will form the govt by breaking MP's....Ak keep saying "Brasht BJP" over and over again a lie repeated becomes....The BJP should counter that by calling them NAXALS and repeat that over and over

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  46. Hard hitting as usual, BJP wakeup the only way 272+ will happen is grassroots level and strong leadership - Karnataka is still possible, Andhra + Tamil Nadu you can salvagae a few seats every tiny bit counts !!! hope the BJP leaders are reading MC blogs.

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  47. Fantastic !!Made my day !!

    The last line is gem.

    // All of you are a threat to Modi including Congress, SP, JDU, RJD, RLD, DMK, CPM, AAP, Third Front, Fourth Umpire, CBI, Salma and Sabrina, IM, LeT, JuD and the Indian MSM collectively. He’s still standing. You’re the ones who have fallen to the pits. You’re the real losers. //

    Just one correction .. He’s still standing and walking tall too !!

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  48. "i think BJP leadership will not do the same mistake what they did five years ago"- Vijay Goel said it when dr. harshavardhan's name was in news as a prospective CM candidate of BJP.

    i watched an unique campaign during 2001 assembly election in west bengal. people from left parties campaigned door to door saying that if you don't give us then give your vote to congress and congress said just the opposite of it. they both wanted to prevent BJP's entry in bengal. At that time TMC was with BJP

    i know how to accept defeat and how to behave in victory but i don't know how to react in case of sabotage or betray except staying calm and wait for the right moment to strike. i am confident that congress and its allies have done similar type of campaign what they did in 2001 bengal assembly election. but it is anti-modi factor in BJP which is also responsible for such result in delhi. greedy and jealous people like goel and many who are still in BJP and can only dream about CM or PM 'kurshi' without any real performance or contribution can go any length. This anti-Modi circle is mainly active in delhi and tried their best to prevent Modiji from being PM candidate for BJP. After failure on that front, they have done exactly what they are capable of and given MSM a little relief in the form of AAP. but I believe, Sri Narendra Modi is built with something else. he will definitely take care of these betrayers at right time. And Now, It is proved once again that only “sudden removal” can stop him.

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    1. Yes, Congis cannot live without POWER!!!! History will speak volume of their corrupt practices all these years. If they feel imminent danger they will go to any extent since they are ANTI- NATIONALS!!!!

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  49. As usual brilliant...u say that for India to progress Congress must die...well the process has begun..4-0 drubbing by BJP is a good start and yeah Modi is still standing! Super stuff

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  50. I just had to make one more point knowing AAPtards read this blog...Yogendra Yadav in an interview said the people of Delhi have not given them a clear majority hence they will sit in the opposition. Not only do they know that they will be brought down in 13 days they also want a clear majority so that they can have 5 years to do manmani exactly what they were accusing the other parties of. If they are so clean and work for the betterment of the people they should welcome this coalition opportunity where the coalition partner will keep a check on them and their policies. Cowards don't want to form a govt because they know that with no governance experience and a hostile opposition they will be exposed and will have no chance in any other state, city or kasba because ultimately their policies will be driven by their commie naxal agenda.....COWARDS

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    1. The entire principle on which AAP is based is that BJP and Congress are corrupt and two sides of the same coin. Entering into a coalition with either of them will weaken the party. The only reason people voted for them is because they presented a viable alternative. And, as you are afraid of their 'manmani', well, all i can say is we have tolerated the congress for 15 years and the bjp at municipality level for 5 years now. AAP for another 5 cannot be any worse than them Let's give them a chance and see how it goes.

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    2. And for the love of god, stop harping about commies/naxals/lefties/communals/internet hindus/Paki agents/maut ke saudagars/khooni panjas. People want transparent governance, law and order, jobs and security.

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    3. Dear 178*,

      For the Love of God, if you can't accept the challenge of running a successful government under pressure, then you don't deserve to rule. Sona sirh Aag mein jalane par hi kundan banata hai ! Sorry to see Arvind kejriwal so eager to take high moral ground but afraid of running a government unless full majority. Are his morals so brittle that he cannot stand pressures of coalition politics ????

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    4. I am an unabashed supporter of the BJP hate you because you and your party are communist NAXALITE, ANTI INDIAN, ANTI HINDU pieces of putrid dogshit. I can support my claims by presenting the views of your party on Kashmir, Batla House, and Maulana Tauqeer Raza Khan your leader’s commie connections (Aruna Roy, Harsh Mandar and even with a convicted seditionist). Land grabbers like Anjali Damania and the Bushans. Shazia who’s mother and family have disowned her . Yogendra Yadav who is a clear commiehttp://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/4400255?uid=3738256&uid=2&uid=4&sid=21103091742201. The NAXALItes want to change the system with bullets and they have nominated AAP to do the same with ballots. For your education POLPOT, Kim Il-sung, Stalin, MAO were also commies and they did http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mass_killings_under_Communist_regimes.

      How how dare you call the BJP corrupt, I would have kept quiet about your reply, but that SOB Arvind Kejriwal calls Modi Corrupt? It is all out war now, we will now come on every possible comment section and call you naxals and provide proof for it. Your leaders have written so much espousing the commie cause I have material from here to Mars. Can you provide one goddam instance of convicted corruption by the BJP? Now don’t go citing individual’s, when you become a 40 – 50 year party you too will have a few rotten apples. Why, you already have them in Kumar Vishwas and Shazia.

      “ People want transparent governance, law and order, jobs and security” the BJP is capable of giving it and is doing so successfully in all the states ruled by them, so much so that they are getting reelected by huge margins so go sell this BS somewhere else.

      Since you have “tolerated” the BJP for 5 years in the MCD and since the people of Delhi have voted for a viable alternative why don’t you form a minority govt.? I know you will not because your leaders don’t have the balls, it is not allying with the Congress of BJP that worries them, it is god forbid there is one more Nirbhaya or if the prices of onions don’t come down or if there are power cuts or water scarcity on their watch, then what happens to the AAP’s country wide dream? Think I’m kidding have one look at UP and J and K both have upstart greenhorn CM’s and Arvind Kehriwal is no different.

      COWARDS

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    5. Excellent post Venex. Agree 100%. It's hard to decide which would be worse - India ruled by Congress, or India ruled by communists (covert or otherwise). And, despite the Indian voters' apparent realisation of the true nature of Congress, can they be trusted to have the foresight not to latch on to a party which may be new but is most likely equally if not more damaging to the nation?

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    6. @Venex...You seemed to have packed the punch of everyone and delivered it.

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    7. @Venex- "I am an unabashed supporter of the BJP hate you because you and your party are communist NAXALITE, ANTI INDIAN, ANTI HINDU pieces of putrid dogshit." hard hitting, in your face comments. You represent views of millions of NaMo supporters like me. Thank you.

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  52. The only way Congress can stop Modi from becoming PM, is to dissolve the Congress party, and merge the party all over India with AAP. However they may do this unofficially.

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  53. Though we are all aware of the doormatism of these MSM scoundrels, yet it was a disgusting shows yesterday. Though we expect nothing from them, they should have behaved much much better than they did....Blood boils some time looking at them...The results and the tall standing of Modi, regularly comes in these fools' dreams and laughs at them...thats why they react like this in day time....
    What a controlled anger you have shown in your summary....
    Long live MC.

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  55. Ravinar,
    Indeed Yesterday I was exasperated to see the Main Stream media lauding the AAP as though they won the Delhi polls. It was indeed a remarkable performance but its the party which became an opposition not a ruling one. Relative to Delhi, the other states were more important politically since any loss in the core states of BJP (MP,Rajasthan,Chattisgarh and Gujarat) would seem that BJP would not get the numbers it needed to form the Govt at centre. Sweeping in these states (especially MP and Rajasthan) and getting clear majority in Chattisgarh (inspite of a sympathy wave for Congress) was no cause for congratulating BJP for MSM and that was pathetic. I thought the MSM would atleast congratulate BJP atleast formally to suggest some basic ethics. With their extreme hate for Modi, all they did was propping the AAP for the entire day and a passing news that BJP won all the states (Assuming Delhi is a moral victory for BJP).

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  56. In Delhi
    BJP cannot make Govt as Cong / AAP will not support
    So Burden falls on AAP
    Cong is ready to support AAP
    If AAP decline, it means AAP either does'nt believe in coalition politics or is shit scared
    to be on hot seat, as is scared can't fulfill high poll promises it made.
    AAP's self rightous attitude is scary.

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  57. Just now I heard Arvind Kejriwal Talking to a reporter from NexX regarding forming Government. He told the reporter to wait some time and look what these बेशरम people will do. His choice of words is highly objectionable. He is using abusive language used by Internet trolls. I think it is the effect of depending excessively on Social Media. I think he needs to learn that there is different life beyond the virtual world which requires responsible behavior . I think BJP should give them a chance to rule Delhi. I am sure they are bound to fail due to their attitude and lofty ideas.

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  58. Gotcha the 9 Congotri radicalized, talibanised commies above will now become suicide bombers as a last ditch effort to save the "sinking ship of state". By the way I do not understand why the EC refers Congotri as "Indian National Congress" and not Congotri(I)? and the commies also rant "128 year old party" and BJP as "Hindu Nationalist Party".

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  59. Gotcha the 9 Congotri radicalized, talibanised commies above will now become suicide bombers as a last ditch effort to save the "sinking ship of state". By the way I do not understand why the EC refers Congotri as "Indian National Congress" and not Congotri(I)? and the commies also rant "128 year old party" and BJP as "Hindu Nationalist Party".

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  60. `we will make the party people proud of' - this was the statement of pappu Rahulji after 0-4 whitewash. But Rahulji can not fulfill his promise. Why? Because congress never, ever meant for people. It is for the `family'. Now they can not change the direction and become `people' oriented. If at all they try to do so then there will no `congress party' any more. Even though the arrogance, self righteousness of Sonia, Rahul and the MSM is harmful to the party but boon for the country and people as it will be the death knell to the congress. FOR INDIA TO PROGRESS, CONGRESS MUST DIE.

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  61. Hope Modi continues to march ahead in spite of all crooks pulling him down. He is indeed a one-man army. Markets are cheering Modi-wave, only media crooks are jeering it.

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  62. Extremely well written and very well directed at those morons.While MSM has been at Hindus and RSS/BJP/Modi for long, yesterday's "celebrations" of 28 seats won by AAP was terrible.Most terrible was this Arnab Bullswami who is adding decibels by the day.having stopped watching them for long, when we are forced to watch them on such days, it is very annoying.

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  63. Honestly, i do not want media to change their hate-filled-anti-Modi glasses/view of BJP and its successes. If media's pro-CONgress news coverage has not helped CONgres win anywhere, but their Anti-Modi news coverage has worked wonders for BJP in the last 11-12 years, it is better that they continue with such dishonest news coverage at least till 2014. Ass lickers that they are, they will change tact and become pro-BJP once the Narendra Modi forms the Govt.

    So,dear Media Morons, please continue your diatribe against BJP and more so against Modi. That helps us. Thank you!

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  64. hi ravi

    excellent analysis, once again.

    I have been reading your blogs for couple of months now and this is the first time i am sharing my views online. let me tell you that I have been watching tv news debates since ages and i used to get perplexed by the way tv debates were conducted, how biased and one-sided they used to be, how much they used to be tilted towards the ruling party, towards corrupt , how anti-nationals and anti-social elements used to be invited as guest-speakers, how the poison was being aired in the name of news & it was happening day in-day out , day after day, non-stop, 24×7 & that too from all the media channels be it english or hindi as if they they were competing with each other – who is most poisonous of them all. I used to get angry & disturbed by all of this and i wanted to scream & vent my anger towards them to say – what the hell is happening-boss, but didn’t know how to do & then one fine day out of sheer anger frustration, i was surfing the net and by stroke of luck, i found your blog and then for the first time i got a huge sigh of relief because your blog was everything i was going through and you expressed everything so accuretely, so systematically and with so much of detail & now i take solace in reading them. All i would say is keep going and keep enlighten us . Regards.

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  65. Ravi, you meticulously pointed out the extent of political hatred exhibited by not naming the winning opponents. I bet…they would be less distressed if ever India loses a war against Pakis. Chivalry is a rare virtue, cannot be expected from abysmally lowbred dynasty after all.

    Party toadies existed in the past & always will. An alarmingly significant number of English/Hindi speaking scallywags, in the form of MSM personalities & Journos are propagating parochial ideology to the educated, scattered & ignorant audience in a well-designed manner.

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  66. I suspect that this fascination for AAP is part of a larger plan. Now that the MSM knows that the Congress can no longer pose a serious threat, they are trying to prop up the Third Front. Yesterday Sankarshan Thakur, another BJP-baiter, on TimesNow was saying that with the success of AAP, it has been proved that in states where it is not a Congress-BJP straight fight, the BJP will face a tough fight from the 3rd front parties. Hence it cannot take the 2014 elections for granted.

    But coming to the 3rd front parties, what will be the certificate that AAP would give to parties like SP, BSP, etc, given that they have handed out "Corrupt" certificates to both Congress and BJP!!!

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  67. hi all

    please take serious note of it :-

    the most basic rule of fight is boxers fights with boxers, swordsmen fights with swordsmen. ordinary people do not fight with professional boxers, If at all they will, they will show some courage initially but in the end they will be punched left, right and centre and will be destroyed completely. unfortunetly, that is what happening in all tv news debates. bjp spokespersons pitted against the likes of kumar vishwas (black belt in abusing & accusing), arvind kejriwals, sanjay jhaas, mani-shankar aiyers, kumar ketkars are being decimated & destroyed day in & day out.

    even meenakshi lekhi ( the best from bjp ) off-late has slowed down considerably. rightly so , as i said earlier, only dog fights with dogs.

    the bottom line is bjp needs to hire and recrtuit them who possesess those sort of special skills and put them at task right away on the most urgent basis or else they run the risk of losing all when this time around they have the best chance to gain all. regards

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    1. @ aashly888. Yes , I agree with you on this point!!!! BJP must avoid all thses kind of debates by thugs and rowdies who after two gulps fight like street dogs after 9 pm!!! They must engage persons who can shout at them whether correct or not!!!,

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    2. hi tucker

      bjp can't avoid these debates as they are being watched by millions of people all over india non-stop, 24x7. as the old saying goes that a lie spoken repeatedly becomes a fact and here, lies are being spoken against bjp by hundreds of journalists thousands of times being shown by numerous channels day in & day out and crores of people are forming opinions based on that and we should also not forget that we may sympathise with loser but nobody loves to be with loser and that's what seems to be happening in the bjp vs aap fight in delhi. the perception has been made that bjp is as corrupt as congress and nobody from bjp has managed to counter it, forget about counter-punching them.

      please note : 'kv' of aap is not an ordinary speaker as I mentioned earlier ( black-belt in abusing & accusing ). he masters the art of destroying others at the drop of his tongue. therefore, pitch someone against him and his gang who is also master of that.
      remember, the time has come to fight dogs with bulldog. the earliest the better. regards

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    3. Meenakshi, Nirmala, Jaitley, Smriti are good. Ravi Shankar not good. They face an uphill task as they are one in a panel of 4 upwards with a biased anchor. Their task has not been made easy because they are some corrupt in the BJP too. AAP has never been in power so no chance of corruption yet so they have a free field to accuse all and sundry. The BJP people succumbed to the lure of corruption despite the high moral values inculcated by the RSS. Human greed.

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    4. hi skumar

      no doubt, the eminent speakers you mentioned are all not only good, Infact very- very good, especially -m.lekhi, s.irani & a.jaitley. everytime they come, they present their case very effectively and even anchors during their presence behaves with a certain degree of caution. but, as they are holding some very senior positions in their organisation, therefore, they cannot stoop to the level of some of the speakers they are pitted against. therefore, lot of times lots of accusations hurled against bjp go unattended and unresponded & then they gets repeated day after day and becomes fact.

      remember, being good' is good, but 'being good' doesn't save you from being hunted. when wolves hunt, they do not care for you 'being good', they simply tears you apart and make it a matter of survival for you and then you survive by not 'being good' only but by becoming the hunter itself.

      we all are aware that odds are stacked heavily against them - one against anchor & 4 biased so called journalists. more the reason of letting loose some of your black belt holders ( remember, speaking is considered an art ).

      who said, aap is group of angels, Infact , aap's top hieararchy has some people who are closely associated with naxalites and kashmiri separatists and remember naxalites and kashmiri separatists are not corrupt people, they are killer people (can you count the no. of indian police personnel soldiers and innocent civilians killed by them). therefore, they accusing every other of being corrupt, especially bjp doesn't cut much ice, the problem is they are not being challenged by anyone. accusing bjp of being corrupt along with congress is like painting everybody with a same stroke.

      remember, bjp with namo at the helm of the affairs is totally different and can' you see it's one versus all. regards

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    5. @ashley1888 - You are right. Congress is a known unknown danger. AAP is an unknown unknown danger. There is a greater risk in AAP and to know them fully they have to form a government and exhibit it before Delhi Voters. Delhi people will soon realize and have jhaadu in their hands and they will thrash them with that and kick them out of Delhi.

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    6. hi venkat

      to let them form a government and allow them to govern us just to know them fully. if someone gets hit by an speeding vehicle - what's the end result - you either get killed or get badly injured. therefore, should we experience it personally to know about this and get killed or injured or we should have the knowledge about it so that we could avoid going close to speeding vehicles.

      the key is to have knowledge about things happening around us. in the case of aap, It's important to know what constitutes it or what are the ingredients inside aap. as i said earlier, one of its founding member is closely associated with naxalites, maoists and kashmiri separatists since ages. so what you expect from him, if he comes to power- flowers for our country 'bharat'. some of its decision making members are die hard jnu people. many will say, what's the big deal in having die hard jnu people in your party. well get ready to take the shock of your life - couple of months back, a 'diwas' was celebrated inside jnu campus openly - well you will again say, what's the big deal in it. now, be ready to take this - the diwas was 'mahisasur shahadat diwas'. how's that. do i need to elaborate it futher or have you figured it out yourself. if not, then let me clear it - it was to mourn the killing of 'dalit' mahisasur by 'higher caste' durga. yes, you read it correctly. this diwas was celebrated to create fissures among various caste and communities of india and the interesting aspect is this diwas was attended by some of the members of this party.

      It has been more than 65 years since independence and we still have not been able to figure out, how to get rid of congress. do we want another experience for us in the form of some other party to last for another 100 years. regards

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  68. Well said Ravi..
    The real win is of social media which bring the truth in front of everyone otherwise MSM would always filter the content.
    The major reason which I could see behind the win of BJP at social media is that
    the BJP supporters are upset with dynasty or their slaves because of their nature to exploit the common people, their VIP status is an insult to the common man. So we mainly attack the congis and their slaves but congi slaves like surya, wagle, nilim and MSM in return still attacks the common man either by questioning their low IQ or by questioning their religeous ideology as if they want low IQ people in general public who behave as per their will....but this will not remain forever and time has come when people want equal rights for everybody....

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  69. Superb assessment of the MSM!!!! These cowards and beggars of Congress will not change!!!! Their main aim is to see that they survive on criumbs from the Govt. which they won't get if Modi is there at the Top. Like Congress thses MSM think that Indian people are fools!!!! We will teach them a lesson. By the way I don't understand how moron RG will learn from AAP when he has got the audacity to defy his party PM publically. ARROGANCE is the main character of CONGIS!!!, DEATH or Congress Party is the WISH of all the young Indian generation.

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  70. Another source of concern is the covert powerful anti India players i.e. the foreign powers in the West and the Mid East who would not like a strong India emerge under Mr Modi. I suspect some mischief making is afoot to prop up AAP (even unknown to Mr Kejriwal himself). For example, the stooge Manmohan Singh had to be made Finance Minister by the then PM Mr Rao at the insistence of the US controlled World Bank and IMF. Mr Rao, the only good PM from the Congress after Lal Bahadur Shastri, had no choice left because Nehruvian policies had brought India to the point of bankruptcy and ruin.

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  71. Was there a modi wave in the 4 state assembly elections?
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    Narendra Modi ji has been admired as a great administrator and he has taken gujarat forward in many areas. The time when i thought he would become the PM of india in the next general elections to be held in 2014, the 4 state assembly elections have made me think some thing like the following

    Delhi had AAP come second if there was a modi wave then AAP should not have come. Also, see Chattisgarh, although Dr Raman Singh performed very well he had to struggle to win. Rajasthan – i completely accept it was anti incumbency plus the modi factor and for MP there was no real opposition. Modi cant go around and talk general issues like security and how the nation was looted. I need answers from him for – How is he going to improve economy? What is his stance on telangana? How does he plan to solve inter state water issues? How does he plan to make this country less corrupt?

    AAP what ever said and done had planned the delhi elections very cleverly and they got their things right. Just think with 4 months down the line if any new party wants to come in and plans properly and eats into the share of BJPs vote?

    BJP Weak states like Kerala Tamilnadu Andhra Pradesh Orissa West bengal units should have now prepared a list of things to be spoken at the meetings so that Modi gets to connect with people easily. Please remember crowds dont mean numbers. We have seen them many times. So many people came to watch Vijayakanth and we see what was their result.

    It will be a worry if BJP does not get 272 plus on their own and needs to depend on their own. My gut feeling is the akali’s and the shiva sena will be the only ones who will not ditch the BJP and others we have seen how they have left BJP alone.

    We need to wait and watch.

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    1. Over confidence is dangerous. The battle is very tough and far from over.

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    2. @Kameshratnam,
      #MostCommunalDynasticParty would have been DECIMATED in C.G. too if there was no NaxalAttack (Planned by AJogi & Co.).

      The congo morons got sympathy votes in 6-7 seats..thus the manage to get 39 other wise they would have closed to 25 - 28 seats...sure!!

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    3. Dear kameshratnam,

      Modi wave in an ongoing process in its initial phase. Wait for next 3 months to fully realise its capacity. From now onwards their is nothing to stop NAMO.

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  72. MSM detestation disgust & dislike for Modi is so deep that in today's 'The Hindu" Vidya Subramanium & Smita Gupta write that " So convinced was the BJP itself of the grand Modi-effect that it had him address a rally in Delhi in the vicinity of the Red Fort as a signal of his impending ascent to power it turned out, the Congress retained the Chandni Chowk seat where the Red Fort is located, and in other States too there was little evidence to make a positive link between Mr. Modi’s appearances and the BJP’s victories".Also in today's paper N.Ram mentions that The essential political truth is that notwithstanding his present avatar as ‘Vikas Purush’, the Man of Development, Mr. Modi does not attract allies; he repels erstwhile allies and also potential allies. It is well established that he is a highly polarising and divisive figure, with a special notoriety rooted in his and his government’s role in the 2002 Gujarat pogrom".

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    1. They have been peddling such lies since 2002. Force of habit and livelihood compulsion.

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  73. lol, reading your blog for the first time and I am amazed how true you write :)
    The indian media has gone to the dogs. Journalism involves reporting truth, but unfortunately the so called "senior journalists" are driving their own agendas on prime time.

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  74. Nice observations! Remember the RahulG's Escape Velocity factor he was mentioning sometime back in one of his lectures(?), the support for Anna Hazare Movement has actually worked for AAP to push them to enter the Indian political scene but despite seeing for any possibility of forming government on common minimum programme with BJP or Congress for that matters, they are behaving very adamantly and pushing the country for another verdict. What happens if the same fractured verdict be given by the people. ls it some joke or what??

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  75. Only one question guys - where was our beloved PM yesterday? Did not see him at all! Is he still the head of the congress government or shifted to Timbuktu??

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  76. @sathyasryan,
    Well .. #Robot was on "PassiveMode" :)LOL!

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  77. #MostCommunalDynasticParty would have been DECIMATED in C.G. too if there was no NaxalAttack (Planned by AJogi & Co.).

    I am sure #MostCommunalDynasticParty would be wiped out completely from M.P. in 2014 General Elections..sure...

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  78. Dear Ravi
    You concluding statement is the absolute, pristine, timeless truth !.
    "All of you are a threat to Modi including Congress, SP, JDU, RJD, RLD, DMK, CPM, AAP, Third Front, Fourth Umpire, CBI, Salma and Sabrina, IM, LeT, JuD and the Indian MSM collectively. He’s still standing."

    He is standing, will continue to stand and face up to his opponents and defeat every one of them fair and square democratically.

    With the goodwill of his ever increasing flock of followers and well wishers I hope to see him standing next year at the Red Fort unfurling and saluting the tricolour on the 25th Aug.

    Jai Hind !

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    1. Sorry that was a typo. It should have been 15th....

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  79. very evident now for BJP+
    MP 25(29)
    CG 10(11)
    RJ 20(25)
    GJ+2UT 25(28)
    DL 5(7)
    UP 40(80)
    BH 25(40)
    MH 30(48)
    UK 5(5)
    HL 4(4)
    PJ+1UT 10(14)
    HR 5(10)
    JH 10(14)
    KA 15(28)
    AS 5(14)
    GOA 2(2)
    JK 1 6
    SK 1 1
    TN 1 39
    WB 1 42
    BJP+ 240

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    1. Ravi.. whatshould be the future plan of BJP?

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    2. BJP dont need any plans. Congress did so bad that people dont have any options but to vote to BJP. The best things ofcource is to vote to parties like AAP, where ever possible

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  80. Again a thought provoking article unmasking the behaviour of these unethical media houses. On and off they have been showing the true colour of their skin. Why do we expect Congress and these third rated MSMs to amend their approach to become holy cows? Let them continue the way they are conducting themselves now. If these MSMs are so powerful that they think they can orchastrate peoples' mandate in the way they want whatever we see through these results should not have happened. In a way, hatred campaign against Modi and the excessive flattery for the Congress by these slaves is really good for the country. Why you know, more hatred towards Modi unreasonably beyond a point people are bored and pay no heed to it. Excessive flattery for the first family for no genuine reasons is tantamount to Goebbel's approach. We know the uncermonius ending of Hitler for the simple reason of wanting to hear only good news from Goebbels as opposed to reality. How different are these MSMs and sidekicks of Congress.

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  82. I have never seen all spokespersons of a political party being motormouths.These AAP party spokespersons just talk and talk nonsense all the time with hardly anything intelligent. Strangely anchors and other journalists in panel discussions behave like their advocates.

    I wonder what would be the voter profile of the AAP- Bangladeshis or migrant labours living in unauthorized colonies or eighteen year olds mainly driven by hormones or government employees who are thoroughly corrupt themselves or high society leftist intellectuals who discuss about poverty in english with a glass of ultra expensive scotch-whisky.I don't know.

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    1. Analysts mentioned that aap voters were predominently from lower middle and upper middle class.-- really a strange combination and not the mid middle class. Certainly there is no ideology. Looks like an experiment from JNU intellectuals once they realised that the dynasty days are numbered Nayak

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  83. If Congress had won all four states than all Congressi and MSM would have shouted from the roof top RAUL Magic and Raul wave worked. As far as AAP is concern it is party in disguise as Congress/SP/BSP. Their manifesto is just like socialist no different than Congress. Indian socialism has put break on development for last 50 years.

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  84. MSM viewers yesterday could have been forgiven for thinking that there was just one assembly election and Kejriwal trounced all his opponents even as Kejriwal kept repeating "people have rejected BJP and congress" on a day when BJP scored 4-0 win with at least two landslides.

    To downplay Modi effect, media is out to project a pliant Kejriwal as a larger than life hero. By Kejriwal's own logic he was also rejected by the people as he scored less than BJP and no where near a simple majority.

    But numero uno must take the cake for sycophancy- When he said let's hear the newsmakers of the day, guess who appears on the screen- soniaG giving her maiden speech without a piece of paper!

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  85. no words to explain the excellence of this article.

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  86. These media folks are not even acting as professional these days.Everything they try to conceal they do it in such grand way that, people eventually doubt their intention and understand what they try to conceal very hard.Poor fellows

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  88. After worshiping AAP, MSM has started one more ball rolling. They now say, since BJP has steam rolled in MP, its CM has acquired much bigger status in BJP and he will soon start challenging Narendra Modi. Their (MSM's) wishful thinking always stays in high gear when it comes to Narendra Modi.

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  89. 1."Won't support anyone nonsense" by AAP
    2. so much hype of AAP & Kejriwal by Media
    3. & congis saying they want to learn from AAP (& not from BJP to which they lost in all four states)
    All this is very sufficient for an any average guy to understand that= This AAP party & Kejriwal are just another of Desperate measures of Congress to keep BJP away from power.

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  90. It is the truth one may like it or not that Anna movement was successful due to support of RSS and BJP workers. Kejriwal is not that fool and innocent that he could not understand this. He probably wants to increase his importance or he wants to for power alone. It is not easy to identify correct and proper persons. Even MK Gandhi failed to identify JL Nehru's reality who made blunders subsequently. India is suffering for that till this date.
    To trap Kejriwal, it is better for BJP in Delhi to wait for the invitation of the governor. Once the Governor calls its leader, he may refuse or take votes on the floor of the assembly. Kejriwal would either support or will not support. If Kejriwal supports then he would contradict himself. If he does not support, BJP will resign. Then the Governor will invite Kejriwal. BJP may remain absent on the day of voting. Then let Kejriwal form the government.

    Kejriwal will commit a lot of mistakes. It is not easy for an IT officer to rule a government. Had he such caliber he could have shown it while he was an Income Tax Commissioner. But he never was an extra ordinary officer. His sense of logic is also far below. Deshbaamdhu Gupta is much more knowledgeable than Kejriwal in skill.

    The media is heavily active to negate the Mofi-Effect.
    The media is now giving out of proportion coverage to Kejriwal as if he has done miracles. Media should recall that as soon as Chakravarti Rajgopalachari made a party (Swatantra Paksha), it paved its victory in Delhi Corporation with in 2/3 months time. There was no Anna effect like movement at that time for Swatantra Party in Delhi.
    Here in the case of AaP, it has become popular due to Anna. The behavior and body language of Kejriwal's follower appears to be too much immature. This indicates it has to go a long way of hundreds of thousand miles for political gain.

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    1. Very sensible argument and observation.

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    2. There is no need for Harsh Vardhan to accept the LG's invite. He can just repeat the words "BJP has no numbers, and hence sorry." Let BJP not bother what happens next.

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  91. Yesterday in Headlines Today debate Rahul kanwal was saying about offering humble pie to journalists regarding AAP, what he subtly missed was that conspicious humble pie to be offered to journalists to eat regarding NAMO wave. I can sense their embarassment.

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  92. In a way its good that Congis dont see the Modi wave; Modi wave will turn into a tsunami by May 2014 and the Congis will be massacred....

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  93. Most of what you said is right, if you see the whole thing in BJP and NaMo's perspective. But I dont think any thing went wrong if you see this in the prospective of a common man like me who neither likes nor hates BJP/NaMo.

    I want to remind you guys an old saying - "Its not a news if a Dog bites a man but its a news if a man bites a Dog. Same logic works here. Media wants sensation. BJP winning is for sure a news but not as big as AAP winning so many seats in Delhi. No one would have expected that AAP will win 28 seats even in the wildest of their dreams. We cant expect media to be judicious beyond a point. They were like that, they are like that and they most probably will be. Once BJP comes into power in 2014 (which most probably will happen), the same media for sure supports BJP.

    As far as I am concerned, it will be in the mutual interest of Congress and BJP to actually tame down the success of AAP as much as possible as they are going to be a threat for all the traditional parties as it might completely change the texture of Indian politics. Atleast to that extent one must appreciate media for the genuine coverage they gave to AAP.

    For the first time after 1970s emergency elections significant nbr of ppl voted the way they have to without worrying about caste, religion, liquor and money etc. How often do we get to see positive vote in Indian politics? Not many times. If this trend continues, which most likely would the traditional parties like BJP/Congress will either have to shut the shops or change the way they operate.

    A significant nbr of ppl would have not voted AAP assuming that their vote will be wasted if they vote to AAP. Had it not been the case they would have swept this elections in Delhi.

    Traditional Parties - Change or you shall perish. India is awakening now and we now know what democracy means and we also know that all you are not our rules but servants.

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    1. Ranjith, The BJP in Delhi was exactly what you are suggesting - old school/ traditional. Not so if Modi has his way.

      The BJP national leadership (pre-Modi) was also conventional/ traditional. Modi has changed this quite a bit; but there are still things in BJP that needs cleaning up.

      Check out this incisive insight by N.V. Subramanian on how Modi is changing BJP: http://newsinsight.net/TheModiway.aspx#page=page-1

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  94. hi all

    get ready to witness something special which will blow your mind. something very stunning happened right under our noses and guess what, nobody could figure it out. shall we start, aap refused to give any support to bjp and congress in the formation of govt. well, you would say, what's new in it. Infact, it is more than one day old news. wait, wait, don't get anxious. the next development, aap refused to stake claim to form govt. as they do not have the majority and they have not emerged as the single largest party. well guys, the games starts now.

    1. the grilling of bjp gets started - all the abuses are hurled towards them by aap, by media, by everybody and the abuses are- as the bjp is all set to form govt., then how will you claim majority. are you in contact of aap or congress, are you trying to break aap or congress, are you into horse trading. their image gets tarnished left, right and centre for no fault of theirs, as if they did a crime by emerging the largest party.so much pressure is put onto them by all the media channels that by the end of day, bjp chief ministerial candidate dr. harshvardhan in an effort to pull bjp out of this mess himself announces that bjp will also not stake claim to form a govt. as they don't have the numbers and he goes on to the extent of saying that they will not form govt. even if they are invited by 'LG' and this was the trap which was laid for bjp and the entire bjp fell into it. can anyone tell me what this trap was. fasten your belt guys, when the entire delhi is in sleep mode, I am becoming the first one on this planet to make an announcement that will stun everybody = aap is all set to form a govt. in delhi with kejriwal being its chief minister - yes, guys, It's true and the do you know the first big thing, he will do - he is going to pass the jan-lokpal bill on 29th December,2013 from the same ramlilla maidan, where it all started. now, what else do you need - aap is happy, delhi is happy. so what say guys, shall we all get back to our work and rest in peace or is there anything still left in this fairytale.

    can anybody tell me - right now, I am screaming from the rooftop. can anybody tell me. well guys, let me take the honour of throwing the last and most decisive punch, which will take the wind out of aap, congress and the most deadly of them all - the media. are you ready, are you ready, let's go for it guys, it's our very own narender damodar modi. stunned, surprised, well, don't be because only he can throw this last punch. when the LG decides to invite bjp to form govt.- the bjp must accept it and form govt. in delhi.. let me assure one and all - nobody, nobody would dare to do anything bad with this govt. - not aap, not congress, not even the dirtiest of them all, the media.

    as I mentioned in my earlier comments : only one thing required - get ready with the best of your spokespersons with some serious aggression. ( line of reasoning - to save delhi from another lengthy and tedious election process, to save onto huge expenses and to fulfill the responsibility of executing the manifesto and first and foremost, would be to reduce electricity charges with immediate effect. let me tell you, nobody will dare to topple this govt. as they will run the risk of people's anger. so, it's advantage - bjp.

    let me warn everybody that if bjp decides not to form the govt. even after the invitation from LG, then LG will invite aap and rest assured, aap will take this golden opportunity immediately. as in the case with bjp, if aap forms the minority govt. then nobody will dare to topple it because whosoever will do it will be destroyed by aap, by media, by public. and if aap forms the govt. in delhi then they will happily go after the national elections. then it would be advantage - aap all the way.

    well guys, though I started with theatrics but now, this is really serious as only this one decision by bjp has the power to change the entire future of our country.

    I rest my case. regards

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    1. Ashley, AAP has not just promised passing LokPal; they have also promised to cut onion prices into half and many other such promises which they cannot deliver upon... Passing a bill is easy; implementing it is not so easy....

      Let AAP form government and try to deliver on promises - this way Junta can see if they are all talk or can also deliver....

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    2. @ashley1888 - I can sense your tension. BJP should allow AAP to form government with Congress. Let them deliver all the utopian promises they had done. AAP lacks the experience and wants to sit in opposition to learn. I doubt they will learn with the attitude of some of its members and his leader Kejriwal.

      If none form the government, then the rule will be under Lieutenant Governor for the next six months and the elections will be clubbed with 2014 Lok sabha elections. BJP has to just focus on what they are doing and Modi wave will be significant enough throughout by that time, they will drown AAP completely. No hard feelings but Delhi people too deserve this. My state too was plunged with a hung parliament once and went through multiple elections.

      Do not worry about expenditure in elections. Look at these as an opportunity for getting more people employed. The expenditure is nothing compared to all the scams of Congress.

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    3. hi puneet

      what congress has delivered, what bahujan samaj party has delivered, what samajwadi party has delivered - nothing. Infact, they have done everything possible to destroy the country, to create fissures among all caste and communities. with these achievements, what happened to them-nothing. rather, they have only grown and have become stronger and stronger.

      let's say, among 10 people, you do not wait for 9 others to fall, so that you could be seen as the only person standing. rather, you outshine others with your skills and strengths to look the brightest among them. same is applicable in respect of aap. you can not wait for them to fall short on promises and governance to present bjp in good light.

      It has been more than 65 years since independence and we still have not been able to figure out, how to get rid of congress. do we want another experience for us in the form of some other party to last for another 100 years.

      therefore, bjp should grab the opportunity to form the govt., if it comes their way to show their mettle in governance. right now, circumstances are such that even if bjp forms a minority govt., nobody would dare to bring it down. but aggression would be the key to take on their opponent - aap - whose ability to stoop to any level is immense. regards

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    4. hi venkat

      you missed my point completely. I am neither tensed about aap, nor I'm worried about the election expenditure. if possible, just go through my recent comments one more time to get the actual essence of it.

      one thing, I would definitely reiterate that never ever underestime any of your opponents under any circumstances. regards

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    5. A classic case of provoking the opponent into a trap!!! BJP will NOT form the govt come what may. BJP is not bothered what others including AAP will do. It is a clear case of 33:37 for BJP and definitely not worth the game.

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  95. Well said; now media is trying to turn Arvind Kejriwal into another V.P.Singh , so that Left and parties like JD(U) can cling on and form another front.

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  96. Excellent article. BJP should not slack, they must put all their efforts for the coming battle.

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  97. The other way of looking into it: Vote Share - 34+% for BJP; 25% for Cong; 30% for AAP. Kejriwal says Delhi ppl voted against corruption. By that logic, ~70% ppl who voted for BJP & Cong are against AAP which implies that kejriwal is rejected by 70% of people. extending the same logic, Cong is rejected by 75% of people; BJP is rejected by 55% of people; So in the corruption index based on Kejriwal's theory, BJP is the least corrupt; And AAP's rejection based on corruption index is mind-boggling - they are the only party in India who are voted as most corrupt even before getting a single opportunity to govern.

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  98. Themedia morons diplayed by you are worse than the politcians. These species will destroy our nation beyond redemption. They are working to grand scheme and if allowed their way India will enter darkest period.

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  99. A trap is clearly being laid out for BJP in Delhi. It is a catch 22 situation for AAP. So they are internally hoping BJP will fall into the trap and form the govt. If BJP does not accept the LG's invite, and if AAP is invited, AAP cannot form the govt because they too have no numbers. And without numbers if they form the govt, are they not "Besharams" in their own words????? If they take support of Congress, the govt can be stable, but can they take Congress support, having declared from roof tops that they will neither take cong support nor BJP's. And on top of all these, if they or BJP do not form the govt, all 28 MLAs do not get an opportunity to be MLAs even after winning. Let BJP hope for a situation of fresh elections along with Lok Sabha elections. No other alternative for BJP. Any other decision is clearly into a trap.

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  100. Super fun reading this...
    I wish these losers remain losers always... I never wish them death as we need these losers to entertain us!!

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  101. BJP should not form the govt in Delhi even if AAP comes forward with a unconditional support. Hope BJP leadership in Delhi does not fall into a trap. AAP may also come forward with a 30:30 months power sharing. No way. Re-elections are the only way out. Have they not mentioned this earlier???

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  102. I am sure many NDTV viewers would have observed news anchors like Barkha suddenly going after the first family and trying to get the pitiable Congress 'chamchas' to admit that perhaps it was time for Rahul to step aside. I was shocked!!!! Rats deserting the sinking ship?

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  103. I have a classic cartoon drawn by my daughter. In it there is Sheila Dikshit pointing a finger at Khejriwal (remember Bua in Comedy nights with Kapil?) and asking "Soniaji, Koun Hai yeh Aadmi???"

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  104. It will be great fun if BJP can say that they promise not to bring a no-Confidence motion against AAP for 6 months. This would put a lot of pressure on AAP. And BJP can then also add that given the animosity between BJP and Khanchris it is quite safe to assume that Khanchris will provide the safety valve to AAP in future also.

    BJP should just up the Ante...

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  105. Where are we heading. If cheating the public is such a big business, and if conspiracies are being hatched with such alacrity, if politicians and media crooks bed fellows, where are we heading. Are we really safe. What is their ultimate goal. Is their any guarantee that India will be intact for the coming generation

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  106. Ravinar, an apt article reflecting current situation. The paid media is still heavily biased against BJP/NaMo that they do not give a 4-0 verdict to BJP. Let it be AAP in Delhi but its still 4-0. BJP+ have enhanced their seats from 23 to 32 in the so-called AK leher. Now, if these news anchors does not call a 165/230 or 162/199 verdict from a 143/230 and 78/200 mandate in MP and Rajasthan; a Modi wave then they are having some big problem with their observations. Are they deemed to be journalists???
    Real journalism is putting the correct facts, figures, achievements in front of the public to let them do the analysis task. Here everyone has come united to malign only one and one party i.e. BJP and NaMo. Let them do this. They will see the outcome in 2014. It is beyond doubt the royal party is going to be wiped out. I doubt if they can get 80-90 seats across India. Better if they start preparing for 2019 elections. They should not contest 2014.
    Regarding Delhi, I admit that this is a fractured mandate, but AK should not run away from forming the government. Its easy to promise but hard to deliver. Let him prove that he can do what he said. And that too in a way that public is not burdened. He can reduce the electricity bill to 100% by increasing the other expenses to the public like taxes(just to quote one).

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    1. Brilliant one Ravi.
      AK never imagined that his gimmick will fool so many Delhites. Now, when time is coming to stand up and deliver by forming a government, he damn well knows that he can not deliver them. Now he has to find a way to wriggle out. Let us watch and see how this Sucker gets out!

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  107. A timely, incisive analysis. I re-posted it on my blog (vicharak1.wordpress.com) adding "A Hard Hitting, ‘In Your Face’ article" to the title.

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