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One election: A lost proposition - Bindu Dalmia, Pioneer
With the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) sense of renewed political invincibility after its massive win in Uttar Pradesh, expectations were rife of Prime Minister Narendra Modi pushing for what he has long been rooting for: One nation, One election. But two factors may now weigh against the BJP’s enthusiasm in propagating the one-election idea. First, the party’s pyrrhic victory in Gujarat and with the 2G verdict acquitting all the scam tainted of the UPA II, it has pulled out of Modi’s hands the anti-graft moral high  ground which has been a major poll plank that most of his campaign strike is built on.
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