A three-minute guide to the victory of Hindutva in Gujarat

via Compiled by S. Kalyanaraman published on December 24, 2007

What it means- A three-minute guide to the victory of hindutva in Gujarat

(Title, slightly modified and taken from the biased version in Telegraph with different answers http://telegraphindia.com/1071224/jsp/frontpage/story_8703804.jsp )

Who’s the biggest winner?

Hindutva. Victory for the ideology of abhyudayam or development and welfare of the samajam and pride in one’s hindu identity.

Who’s the biggest loser?

The alien-led UPA. It is time for congressmen for to introspect and reclaim their party for swadeshi nationalists.

Is the BJP worried a bit?

Yes. BJP has to find one hundred Narendra Modi’s for each language area to reach out to all people in 6.5 lakh villages. This search has to be completed in rapid time to win the Lok Sabha elections which are on the cards.

Is the Left relieved a bit?

No. Bereft of ideology and raping in children in Nandigram, the Left is becoming a footnote in Indian politics. With Sitaram Yechury and Karats as asthanavidwans, thee is no hope for the hypocritical Left.

Are early general elections likely?

Yes. See next question.

What about the nuclear deal?

Nuke deal will be signed. Left can go for a tutorial in Beijing.

Will Modi enter national politics?

He has always been in national politics. Narendra Modi masks will be in great demand all over the nation.

Is it a victory for development?

Resounding, yes. Development with integrity and justice to all, avoiding caste-based politicking.

What are the lessons for the Congress?

Send the aliens back to Luciano. Make Congress a swadeshi party of Hindustan.

Has Modi proved that he is bigger than the party and the Sangh?

No. Without the sangha, every politico is a zero.

Will the result aid the third front?

This is the death of the third front which has to choose between two stark choices: aligning with aliens or with swadeshi’s.

How to deliver speeches in future elections?

Make them in Modi style, as dialogues with the voters: the speaker aks questions, the listening voters respond, yes or no

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