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State Elections

Submitted by on December 8, 2008 – 1:57 pm

So the verdict is out for 2008 State Assembly elections (results our December 8):
Delhi remains with Congress, MP and Chattisgarh remain with BJP. BJP loses Rajasthan.

Congress despite the wins is the biggest threat to our national unity and security. It has shamlelessly indulged in divisive politics. It has not taken to set the home turf in order. One after another terrorist attack has been ignored.
And about BJP: Rediff has rightly observed: “The BJP has not only lost, but its entire stance on terrorism stands exposed. It will need many chintan baithaks (seminars) for party leaders to discover why the voters did not buy their serious and quite justifiable allegation of the Congress party being soft on terror”.

Lok Sabha elections are a few months away. Will the nation make a firm decision to press for national security?

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