Politics/Nation
BJP, RSS Speak to Upend Possible SP-BSP Grand Alliance in 2019 - Sumit Pande, News18
Anticipating a Bihar-like grand alliance in UP in the next general elections, BJP holding talks with the RSS to chalk out a strategy to upend a larger socio-political coalition of all opposition parties.
'Conspiracy', claims Sasikala faction after EC freezes AIADMK symbol - Deccan Chronicle
The Sasikala faction of the AIADMK sees a conspiracy in the Election Commission freezing the two leaves symbol while the rival OPS group has taken it in its stride - expressing just ‘shock’ at the poll eve ‘setback’- and is going about its campaign for the MGR-Jayalalithaa votes in RK Nagar for the April 12 byelection.
BJPís poll wins set the stage for settling Indiaís oldest ethnic insurrection in Nagaland - Subir Bhaumik, Times of India
BJP’s spectacular win in the recent assembly polls has cleared the road for a final settlement of India’s oldest ethnic insurrection. The framework agreement that the Modi government signed with the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (I-M) nearly two years ago has already created the basis for the long expected solution to the Naga problem.
UP results and Aspirational India - GN Bajpai, Business Line
The results of the recently concluded elections in the five States have reaffirmed the winning political narrative of 2014 Parliamentary elections — developmental economics. Aspirational India has rejected the politics of ‘social justice’ and ‘inclusiveness’ a la social engineering. It has also discarded the model of coalition politics and transited to a clear mandate and diffused responsibility to full accountability. Deliver or get booted out.
Assembly Elections 2017: Decoding Amit Shah, Prashant Kishor and the art of playing politics - politics Satyaki Roy & Pankaj Singh, Firstpost
Before 2014, whenever RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and BJP president Amit Shah met, they must have discussed strategic concerns. The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the national party's ideological mentor, was never an expert in electoral strategy. One may wonder as to who had an upper hand in these discussions.
Yogi for Sabka saath, Sabka vikas - Biswajeet Banerjee & VN Bhatta, Pioneer
BJP leader and five-time Gorakhpur MP Yogi Adityanath was sworn in as the 21st Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh on Sunday, a day after he was unanimously chosen by party MLAs as the legislative party leader at a meeting in Lucknow. He was administered the oath of office and secrecy by Governor Ram Naik at a gracious function held at the Kanshi Ram Smriti Upvan.
Nitish Kumar or Sharad Pawar? Opposition split over anti-Modi face - DNA
After the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) decimated the opposition parties in the politically significant Uttar Pradesh (UP) in the Assembly elections, political circles are agog with discussions on who will take on the Prime Minister Modi's juggernaut in the 2019 general elections.
Why Narendra Modi and Amit Shah picked Yogi Adityanath as Uttar Pradesh CM - Rohini Singh, Times of India
Contrary to media reports that Yogi Adityanath was a "surprise" choice as BJP's chief minister for Uttar Pradesh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party chief Amit Shah had always considered the Gorakhpur sanyasi+ as a strong contender. And RSS had very little to do with the decision.
Is Modi 2019 a done deal? - Chetan Bhagat, Times of India
Last week, BJP won big in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand assembly elections. The extent of its victory was not expected by pollsters or even by BJP itself. In these two states BJP won 381 of the 473 seats, or over 80% of the total. It wasn’t all good news for BJP. The party and its ally SAD lost in Punjab. BJP also failed to reach a majority in Goa and Manipur, although it did manage to form governments in both states.
Modiís march to N-E continues - Makhan Saikia, Pioneer
The Congress can definitely say that a BJP-led Government in Manipur is nothing less than “manufacturing of consent”. But to be fair, this kind of political education has come all the way from the grand old party only.
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