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No Superglue For Broken Promises

No Superglue For Broken Promises
No Superglue For Broken Promises
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Did Sharad Pawar go out of his way to teach Sonia Gandhi a lesson for not tying up with the ncp in Gujarat for the assembly elections? The Congress had been dismissive of the ncp, which fielded 80 candidates in Gujarat and ate into the secular votebank, damaging the Congress’ prospects in certain crucial constituencies. Angry Congress leaders claim that the NCP played a spoiler in at least 12 seats—the votes polled by the Congress and ncp together in these constituencies were more than the margin of the winning BJP candidates.

Speaking to Outlook before the polls, Pawar had said that "defeating communal forces" was top-most on his agenda. Though the Congress had snubbed the NCP by refusing an alliance in Gujarat, Pawar had said his party would put up candidates "only in areas where the Congress was weak" in order to "avoid splitting the secular vote". But the NCP satrap, it now seems, hasn’t been true to his word.

The Congress leaders in Maharashtra are hopping mad. And some have even...

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