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Vajpayee has lost voice in BJP: Bardhan

June 14, 2004 20:28 IST

Accusing the Bharatiya Janata Party of double talk on the Modi issue, Communist Party of India on Monday said former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee has lost his voice in the party.

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Reacting to Vajpayee's statement that Gujarat violence was one of the reasons for the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance's rout in the Lok Sabha election and the party president Venkaiah Naidu's statement ruling out change of guard in the state, CPM general secretary A B Bardhan said: "Vajpayee's words have not gone down well with the other leaders."

He said even Vishwa Hindu Parishad had openly said if anyone was to be blamed for the BJP's defeat it was Vajpayee. "BJP is a victim of its own propaganda," he added.

Bardhan said the BJP has still not been able to figure out the exact cause for its defeat.


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Sub: Let Bardan work for CPI

CPI has lost its recognition as a National Political Party after this election. Let Bardan take care of his own party before making irresponsible comments ...


Posted by perinkulam1





Sub: Perhaps Bardhan is right.

If Vajpayee thinks he is right now, then definitely he was wrong then, giving his silent consent to the alleged happenings in Gujarat. He could ...


Posted by chanakya




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