POSTED BY Sundeep Dougal ON May 13, 2011 AT 02:05 IST ,  Edited At: May 09, 2011 17:06 IST
POSTED BY Sundeep Dougal ON May 13, 2011 AT 02:05 IST ,  Edited At: May 09, 2011 17:06 IST
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11/D-48
May 15, 2011
11:43 AM

Hindus are incapable of making a discerning analysis of an election result.In Kerala,20 out of 24 Muslim leagures were elected,but on the other hand, despite BJP's best efforts to woo,them, Hindus voted either for CPM or Congress.TOI has pointed that the UDF victory in Kerala was due to the combined votes of Muslims and Christians.Even the victory of Trinamool in W.Bengal was due to overwhelming support of Muslims,who were angry with the CPM in Rizwanur case and Nandigram shooting where the majority of those killed were Muslims.Yet again,in Assam it is the combined force of Muslims and Christians which has brought the Congress back to power.Hindus will never learn till their doomsday,wasting their time on politics instead of understanding the danger from Muslim,Christian combine.

S.S.Nagaraj
Bangalore, India
10/D-120
May 13, 2011
10:34 PM

Bengal would go back to stone age..It was a choice between the devil & deep blue sea..I guess Buddhadeb was the right man in a wrong party but Mamta can win elections but she cant give good administration. Look at what she had done to railways. On a lighter note, we can expect the new railway minister to behave as the railway minister of India rather than Bengal. Dearest Bengalis, please be prepared for the storm. Mamta would do the same with Bengal like what she did to Indian Railways!

Kiran Voleti
Chennai, India
9/D-103
May 13, 2011
09:51 PM

The situation looks similar for the TMC, as the situation, when the CPI(M) first came to power. Mr Jyoti Basu had been written off many a time, by the Congress, perhaps, before he first became Chief Minister. How many years did Mr Basu sit in the opposition benches in Writer's Buildings? Ms Banerji is as charismatic to her followers, as Mr Basu was to his. I would not like to hedge my opinion on how Ms Banerji's political fortunes will lead. She has risen like a phoenix from the ashes, just like Jyoti Basu had once arisen.

 I would like to see how Ms Banerji settles into her new role. Being an ethnic Bengali, I wish Bengal all the best.

Aditya Mookerjee
Belgaum, India
8/D-65
May 13, 2011
03:31 PM

now amma will cm... for dmk... no one can ruins us unless we can ruin overselves

DIPAK D. CHUDASAMA
HYDERABAD, India
7/D-61
May 13, 2011
02:20 PM

News: "Neck and neck race in Kerala"

TN does not face such a situation. Has anyone seen Amma's neck ?

K.Suresh
Bangalore, India
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