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November 11, 2004

 

 

 

 

 

Adversity brings out the best in some people and organisations.

It also brings out the worst in some.

In the Bharatiya Janata Party's case, the latter seems to be true.

The 'party with a difference,' proud of its second-rung leadership when it was in power, now lies in disarray.

November 10 marked one of the darkest moments in the party's history, when former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Uma Bharti dared to do the unthinkable: stand up to L K Advani, who is trying to establish control over the party after taking over as BJP president from M Venkaiah Naidu.

Advani suspended her from the party and issued her a show-cause notice to explain why she should not be expelled.

Can things get worse for the BJP?

What should Advani do to stop the infighting, boost the morale of party cadres and re-establish the BJP as a force to be reckoned with in national politics?

Any ideas?
 
Tell us, and we will pass on the ideas to Mr Advani.
 
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Sub: to see bjp strong in ratnagiri,in maharashtra,in india

Sir,You don't know why bjp defeated but You are now at a such standing that anyone can respect you but not your party or your ...


Posted by milind





Sub: Agenda for BJP

First and foremost BJP should have a clear and focused approach. It should not resort to half-way measures like trying for Muslim votes. It can ...


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Sub: Advani needs help. Any ideas?

The BJP has plumbed new depths. The yardstick by which others not so long were measured is one by which the BJP is now failing ...


Posted by Khandu Patel





Sub: Advice to Advani

Dear Mr Advani, The only way for any self respecting party is to distance itself from the following types of people: 1.Self seekers 2.Unbalanced self-control ...


Posted by CS





Sub: Help for Mr. Advani

Dear Mr. Advani, I suggest the following small steps for your party to follow, for its revival: 1. Prevent all and sundry from talking to ...


Posted by Ramesh K S




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