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MUST READ: Ten trends of UP elections 2012

Last updated on: March 6, 2012 14:35 IST

Ten trends of UP elections 2012

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The Kumbhkarna has woken up and the prime minister can now rest easy. Sheela Bhatt presents the ten trends set by the Uttar Pradesh elections

Regional parties Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party are sexier than the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party. It is a win for Indian ethnicity over urban sophistication.

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Image: Workers of the Samajwadi Party celebrate in Lucknow
Photographs: Reuters

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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is an abstract for the voters of Uttar Pradesh. SP leader Akhilesh Yadav is real!

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Image: Rahul Gandhi
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Congress has real, real worries if the SP becomes ambitious enough to cash in on its popularity soon. The Congress will have to play many cards, besides the Central Bureau of Investigation.

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Image: Congress supporters sit next to flags with the party's logo


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The Nehru-Gandhi family needs resetting of their terms with the UP voters. The coffers of the family legacy are empty.

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Image: A file photo of Priyanka Gandhi campaigning in UP


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Dr Manmohan Singh can feel safer. The fear of Rahul Gandhi's shadow over the Prime Minister's Office has receded for now.

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Image: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh


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Muslims are thinking voters. You cannot fool them.

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Will the Bharatiya Janata Party put its act together now? Can't (BJP president) Nitin Gadkari see that the tremendous anti-incumbency against the United Progressive Alliance is not coming his way? Introspect without going before the television cameras, please.

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The Kumbhkarna (sleeping giant) named UP has moved. It has woken up! Wow! 

UP today is looking fresh, full of hope and with a future. But one is still skeptical about whether UP will get what it voted for.

Corruption, lack of development and inefficient government structure are major challenges to make one positive about the forthcoming rule of the SP.   

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Image: SP leader Akhilesh Yadav


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Shame! UP was won by caste votes, and lost because of castes.

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Mayawati is down, but dare not say that she has no future.

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