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The BSP is trying to broaden its base

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ashish tiwari
Mayawati will never beome PM
by ashish tiwari on May 12, 2009 11:22 PM

Because no one likes Mayawati..neither Congress, nor BJP nor Mulayam nor Ramvilas. She has enemies everywhere and by her antics to build a muslim votebank, upper caste Hindus have left her.

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abboral boral
Social engineering =a fooling concept by BSP
by abboral boral on May 07, 2009 07:34 PM

Social engineering is not at a new concept ,it was there in ramayana period ,it was followed during Chandragupt period (in fact Chanyakya was the architect of social engineering ) and it is followed now also and it will be followed in future as well .This is nothing but a technical word used by the BSP to fool the public .

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New York
This way Mayawati will become PM of India.
by New York on May 06, 2009 08:45 PM  | Hide replies

BSP must contest only MP seats and ignore MLA seats in rest of the states.

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Logical Hacker
Re: This way Mayawati will become PM of India.
by Logical Hacker on May 07, 2009 01:43 AM
yeah u r right

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Is that so???????
by Rurbanraga on May 06, 2009 05:15 PM

Is that so....

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by Guest on May 06, 2009 04:57 PM  | Hide replies

Major Political Parties of India wake up or you are going to blown out of this country. Recognise the empire of BSP " Bhartiya Sarvajan Party" and hale the supremacy of Honb'le Madam Ms. Mayawati Ji and recognise her potential to head this country and bring in a new social revolution where there is no hatred and cry in form of BSP- Bhartiya Sarvajan Party.

The above views are my personal and only to share with public.

Utparn Dubey

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kehar singh
by kehar singh on May 07, 2009 12:12 AM
BSP is one of the major parties of India. It is a National party. If I am not wrong, this party is contesting highest no. of seats in this election, and it has base in round about 10 states. This party is ruling the most populous state of India having 80 seats in parliament.

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India ko Netaon se Bachao
by BISHUN KUMAR on May 06, 2009 04:54 PM

Only Electtion time Netaon ka Bhasan ek dusre ke upar jhootha iljam Lagaker desh ko Gumrah Karna, aur bad mein ek Duje ke sath Party Karna kya Yahi India Hai.

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Kattar Bhashi
BSP and its growth prospects
by Kattar Bhashi on May 06, 2009 04:49 PM  | Hide replies

Mayawati is definitely a leader in a hurry and she has adopted the inorganic route to grow and expand as fast as possible. With the new wave of wealthy people inhabiting India in the last two decades, post- liberalisation, BSP has them reaching out to its political appeal as a symbiotic relationship.

Mayawati would definitely remembered for her speed and unbridled aggression in her quest for the PM's seat. If she does not succeed this time, she would have atleast narrowed the gap between her BSP and the rest of the oldies who have lorded over Delhi for decades now! This lady is still young and can do with a little bit of patience if she is rejected this time. Better luck next time!

The Dalit identity is the next one on the block in this lovely game called politics!

Jai Bheem!

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Pankaj Maheshwari
Re: BSP and its growth prospects
by Pankaj Maheshwari on May 06, 2009 04:56 PM
You donot mean that it is up for auction like the IPL teams? Do you?

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by jack on May 06, 2009 04:35 PM  | Hide replies


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kehar singh
Re: DD
by kehar singh on May 07, 2009 12:01 AM
Visit the rural and remote areas of India, you will understand the meaning of dalit.

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avinash sharma
Mirchi Lagi
by avinash sharma on May 06, 2009 04:30 PM  | Hide replies

NDTV ko mirchi lagi. How come upper caste and dalits are working together? they cant digest.
i feel that mayawati has shown that indians are above caste when it comes to power hunger.

but NDTV and CNN IBN hates it when such things happen. after all if brahmins and dalits becomes friends how will foreign missionaries convert? and these channels are all missionary funded and run by christians.

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raj tokas
Re: Mirchi Lagi
by raj tokas on May 06, 2009 04:33 PM
i accord you man

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