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  1. someone

    2019 Lok Sabha elections thread

    From twitter, BJP lost 16 Seats in UP, 8 (50%) of them are - Bijnor, Ghazipur, Amroha, Azamgarh, Moradabad, Rampur, Saharanpur, Sambhal. Even in Assam, 5 seats opposition won, 3 of them are - Barpeta, Dhubri, Nowgong. Again same pattern. Out of 40 Seats in Bihar, NDA managed to win all but 1 seat, they Lost Kishanganj to @INCIndia's Dr. Mohammad Jawed. Do you see a pattern? To make it easy - why did Rahul Gandhi chose Wayanad?
  2. someone

    Indian democracy needs a good opposition

    In last 5 years, any opposition has been supported, and that's very dangerous. So Bharat tere tukde honge gang, questioning army, and I expect such more opposition groups in the next 5 years. There will be opposition to our very democracy system.
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    2019 Lok Sabha elections thread

    14 lakhs to 36L in just 5 months total BJP votes in Telegana. Its astonishing...
  4. someone

    Indian democracy needs a good opposition

    Imo, biggest question is how good was Sonia during her era? My theory is she was just as incompetent, and clueless as Rahul. She just got lucky due to lack of social media, corrupt allies and weakest opposition ever. Pre-social media, a set of group of elites dictated entire narrative and their opinion were accepted by all. So Sonia just like Rahul in 2000s, were smart, articulate. But social media was game changer, and suddenly a common man could ask questions, and their own opinions could spread to general public. Rahul’s biggest enemy is social media, as that has brought the reality of him.
  5. someone

    Indian democracy needs a good opposition

    In 2009, many famous, eminent people wrote many good things about Rahul, on how he is so smart, articulate and the next best thing in country. Similarly, Priyanka is a unknown today, and thus so she is automatically seen as the saner, and competent one. That can be wrong... The problem with both of them is they are elites and don’t understand common man. For them, poverty is just a state of mind and that itself should have ended their careers. Yet, they continued...
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    Who should replace Rahul Gandhi in Congress?

    When his own supporters dont ever question him, why will he resign? this party has no unaccountability and everybody there just want to share of pie, so will continue to praise Rahul non-stop. Its never his fault, its always a conspiracy...
  7. someone

    Who should replace Rahul Gandhi in Congress?

    Please, that’s nonsense. He is not the “nice” guy. He enjoyed and misused power whenever possible. Just because he is incompetent, sympathy is not necessary. He is not just incompetent, but selfish, greedy, corrupt to the core.
  8. someone

    Indian democracy needs a good opposition

    Not really, had Congress won, they have destroyed BJP first thing. So if anything, BJP has to more ruthless. Pre-2014, despite being principal opposition, BJP got little space and freedom. Whereas, despite their low numbers, Congress and its allies are getting huge properganda, space today. India needs hard work and that can also happen if you are in opposition. Learn from Smriti, who lost yet worked 5 years for Amethi.
  9. someone

    Why did you vote for the party ?

    I would say why you went to vote is the bigger question. Why wasnt it 2004 again? Those positive reasons were there also in 2004 yet BJP lost. Most people favoring BJP would have stayed home, but the fear of MGB was too much , that they really went to vote out for their party and leader. That’s the key for me...
  10. someone

    2019 Lok Sabha elections thread

    Surely, end of careers for many "pundits" or "political experts". It's twice that they have missed such a big wave elections. Even we as individuals on ICF have better predictions, fresh ideas than them. TV channels ought to give more space to twitter/online people than such "biased" pundits....
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    2019 Lok Sabha elections thread

    "Deja vu", that's my summary of the elections. It's 5 years, and yet the opposition are talking about the same Hindu-Muslim lines, and have the same leaders, no wonder it was a trashing. And their over-confidence also hurt them, the assembly elections victories corrupted their minds....
  12. someone

    2019 Lok Sabha elections thread

    Boss, we also need opposition support. They should start together by passing the Triple Talaq law and give The woman some justice...
  13. someone

    2019 Lok Sabha elections thread

    That TRS guy turned out to be smart, he preponed state elections and got good numbers. This LS, BJP & even Congress performance in Telegana, is a big surprise....
  14. someone

    Post election meltdown thread

    To be fair, they dont hate Modi. They just want a “veto” power, and they dont get that with BJP gov. In a so called “secular” goverments, they can pressurise and leverage anything to their will.
  15. someone

    2019 Lok Sabha elections thread

    Welcome to new phrase of India. Our own people are now are working to destroy our democracy. This is gonna be a new challenge for our country. They being elected is democracy else they not being elected, they will destroy this very thing...

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