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'Make BJP a pro poor party.'

January 05, 2006 04:24 IST

As Rajnath Singh took over the reins of the Bharatiya Janata Party, we had asked readers what his foremost priorities must be.

Some responses were acidic. (Rajnath can do society a big favour by packing off himself and all the rabid, fanatic knickerwallahs to oblivion. RIP, bjp -- GB)

Others asked the party to go back to its pet ideologies. (Go back to core philosophy -- 1 Article 370, 2 Common Civil Code, 3 Reservation based on financial condition and not caste -- Mahesh Mutha)

But an overwhelming majority felt expelled leader Uma Bharti must be brought back into the party fold. (Leaders like Uma Bharti to be considered for comeback -- Ashok Mohanty)

To find out more about what readers have to tell about the issue, read on.




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Number of User Comments: 9




Sub: Rajnath’s priorities

Rajnath’s first priority is to gain a clear understanding of what is expected of him by the BJP and the RSS, and what his own ...


Posted by Giri Girishankar





Sub: Rajnath's Priorities

Rajnath’s first priority is to gain a clear understanding of what is expected of him by the BJP and the RSS, and what his own ...


Posted by Giri Girishankar





Sub: forget uma

Bring back Uma Bharati? She's already hobknobbing with Mulayam. Forget her, she's a traitor. Anybody who can go from being a loudmouth hindutvaadi yelling through ...


Posted by sanman





Sub: BJP-Rajnathji

Please remain at the middle of the road as Indian Public ultimately does not like any extreme views-left or right Stay away from obscurantists. The ...


Posted by anunay kumar





Sub: Rajnath-new BJP chief

Please make the reservation for poor based on economic status as your future plank.


Posted by sukumar




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