POSTED BY Buzz ON Mar 06, 2012 AT 01:37 IST ,  Edited At: Mar 05, 2012 14:47 IST
POSTED BY Buzz ON Mar 06, 2012 AT 01:37 IST ,  Edited At: Mar 05, 2012 14:47 IST
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8/D-62
Mar 08, 2012
09:07 PM

The next time Sonia Gandhi goes to US for medical check up,she should get herself checked for creeping dementia also,which might be the reason for her not to mention the abject failure of Rahul Gandhi.Nowhere she brings out his name,though he was the prime face of the Congress party.When Congress did well in UP in the 2009 Lok Sabha elections,Rahul was projected as the winning face of Congress.Now, she is blaming the local leadership for the disastrous results.The biggest joke however is from that court jester,Digvijay Singh,when he proclaimed 'Rahul Gandhi is prime ministerial material'

S.S.Nagaraj
Bangalore, India
7/D-3
Mar 07, 2012
12:46 AM

 The biggest surprise is Manipur. How can a government win the elections after more than a 100 days of blockade. Is is this democracy or mockery of democracy? More than 100 days of agony, lack of fuel, medicines, sky rocketting prices of essential commodities and still people vote for the incumbent party. I think wikileaks was absolutely correct. Manipur is a colony of India. 

yhwh
hellhole, India
6/D-107
Mar 06, 2012
08:56 PM

Now I really hope that Congress form the govt in Uttarakhand.

The seats BJP got this time are mostly due to Khanduri and his clean image.
Since he himself lost, there a big possibility that Nishank will piggyback this win again.
And then what they say, dhak ke teen paat.

Rajnath Singh is gone to Uttarakhand from central leadership. One must remember that Nishank came to power in 2009 because of Rajnath Singh.

Now the big question; why Khanduri did not win his own seat?

He was given the responsibility to revive the BJP in the state, In the shadow of only 7 possible seats for BJP under Nishank.
He went and did a things or two.
When the election came calling, a General as he is, took on the most difficult seat of Kotdwar.
This constituency is a strong hold of Surendra Singh Negi. This guy won as an independent last time around, when denied Congress ticket. He is a tough person to fight against. One has to be a fool to do such "Aa bail mujhe maar". On other hand Nishank, left his home constituency fearing the backlash and fought from the easy one.

Now the bad (his losing) has already happened; hope BJP does not make it worst by bringing back corrupt govt of Nishank ( or someone similar ).

Santosh Gairola
Hsinchu, Taiwan
5/D-73
Mar 06, 2012
06:35 PM

MSM  breaking news: In yet another slap on the face of Modi, the BJP is yet to win a seat in Manipur.

K.Suresh
Bangalore, India
4/D-57
Mar 06, 2012
03:18 PM

UP:
what faking news say: Uttar Pradesh voters got nostalgic about the original goondaraaj.
:D

Santosh Gairola
Hsinchu, Taiwan
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