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Game over for us: Sushma Swaraj

October 16, 2004 12:21 IST
Last Updated: October 16, 2004 15:14 IST


As trends indicated the Congress-NCP's return to power in Maharashtra, Bharatiya Janata Party leader Sushma Swaraj on Saturday virtually accepted defeat.

"The game is over for us," she said in New Delhi.

Swaraj said that the Congress-NCP would form the government as the combine campaigned on the issue of development, asking people to vote for the government headed by the same party at the Centre. "This has clicked."

The BJP leader said that the credit should also go to Sonia Gandhi as she was the Congress' president.



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Sub: Game Over says Sushma Swaraj

Thank God! At last sushmaji accepted the power of sacrifice and democracy.Please try to walk on the earth rather than flying in the air while ...


Posted by swaminath





Sub: AB AAYA OONT PAHAD KE NICHE

These people in bjp were so elegant during the campaign that they even denyed the voters verdict in loksabha saying foolish excuses like as if ...


Posted by Irshad Ahmed





Sub: Mrs.Swaraj has spoken the truth

It is nice to hear someone who matters in the BJP has spoken the truth. It is high time for BJP leadership to accept that ...


Posted by Haris





Sub: Loser

Finally an irritating female learnt to accept defeat.


Posted by whiz





Sub: Saffron is fading its colour.

And the people feel cheated; They avenge through the EVMs when their turn comes up.


Posted by chanakya




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