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Angry bureaucrats adding up RSS for ouster of AAP from Delhi

New Delhi: If some reliable sources are to be believed some unhappy and humiliated bureaucrats are working to oust Kejriwal (AAP) led Delhi Government in the next Assembly elections. They are working day in and day out to oust AAP. Many of them are in constant touch with the RSS leaders in Delhi to execute plans of the BJP. 

 

Reportedly, disgruntled civil servants are helping the RSS to find ways to weaken Kejriwal’s prospects. These bureaucrats are telling the RSS vulnerability of the government where it could be hit at and strength where it should not be attacked.

13 hours ago
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Karnataka, Kamal and Kamal Nath: BJP’s opponents under constant pressure

Union minister and SAD leader Harsimrat Kaur Badal tweeted removing Kamal Nath from the post of MP CM for his involvement in 1984 Sikh riots case but it has a bigger political implication both for the BJP and the Congress alike. What is that?

The Congress has been accusing the BJP of its alleged intention of destabilizing Congress governments in MP, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh after Karnataka government was taken over by the BJP replacing the Congress. Actually it has been NaMo-Shah strategy to keep their opponents on tenterhooks by keeping them under pressure. This seems to be the approach towards these states as well.

However, the BJP is in no position to do anything in Chhattisgarh but yes in MP they might do something if not topple the government, speculation is rife that Jyotiraditya Scindia may replace Kamal Nath in MP as Jyotiraditya Scindia joining the BJP will have its own bearing the party and the BJP would eschew to go for any such move. A crippled non-performing government equally suits the BJP.

Not opening many fronts at the same time, the BJP will go slow in Rajasthan as Sachin Pilot has not forgotten that he was denied his due as CM’s post was given to Ashok Gehlot but Sachin will have to wait for some more time. This is clear that the NDA leadership does not do anything in such a way that anyone can read, understand or fathom their next move.

11 Sep 2019
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Angry bureaucrats adding up RSS for ouster of AAP from Delhi

By IndianMandarins 13 hours ago

New Delhi: If some reliable sources are to be believed some unhappy and humiliated bureaucrats are working to oust Kejriwal (AAP) led Delhi Government in the next Assembly elections. They are working day in and day out to oust AAP. Many of them are in constant touch with the RSS leaders in Delhi to execute plans of the BJP. 

 

Reportedly, disgruntled civil servants are helping the RSS to find ways to weaken Kejriwal’s prospects. These bureaucrats are telling the RSS vulnerability of the government where it could be hit at and strength where it should not be attacked.

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Karnataka, Kamal and Kamal Nath: BJP’s opponents under constant pressure

By IndianMandarins 11 Sep 2019

Union minister and SAD leader Harsimrat Kaur Badal tweeted removing Kamal Nath from the post of MP CM for his involvement in 1984 Sikh riots case but it has a bigger political implication both for the BJP and the Congress alike. What is that?

The Congress has been accusing the BJP of its alleged intention of destabilizing Congress governments in MP, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh after Karnataka government was taken over by the BJP replacing the Congress. Actually it has been NaMo-Shah strategy to keep their opponents on tenterhooks by keeping them under pressure. This seems to be the approach towards these states as well.

However, the BJP is in no position to do anything in Chhattisgarh but yes in MP they might do something if not topple the government, speculation is rife that Jyotiraditya Scindia may replace Kamal Nath in MP as Jyotiraditya Scindia joining the BJP will have its own bearing the party and the BJP would eschew to go for any such move. A crippled non-performing government equally suits the BJP.

Not opening many fronts at the same time, the BJP will go slow in Rajasthan as Sachin Pilot has not forgotten that he was denied his due as CM’s post was given to Ashok Gehlot but Sachin will have to wait for some more time. This is clear that the NDA leadership does not do anything in such a way that anyone can read, understand or fathom their next move.

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With Assembly elections in mind, BJP booth workers to get bouquet and brickbats

By IndianMandarins 12 Jun 2019

Two-day long meeting of BJP will take place on June 13 and June 14 in which besides organizational elections, name of the new caretaker president and appointment of some state presidents BJP’s performance on booth will also be discussed. Some of the party workers who have done commendable work will be facilitated as well.


Actually BJP has even decided to evaluate performance of such booths where it polled 40 per cent or fewer votes. It is also seeking suggestions that how this number could be augmented to above 50 per cent on these booths. Booth management has been key to the planning and success of the BJP ever since Amit Shah took over as party president, who is now Union Home minister.


But it is not that only praise is in the offing in the meet as last night general secretaries of the party too had a long discussion with the party president. Actually, the BJP is ready with bouquet and brickbats for its booth workers. Sources in the BJP said that booth managers have started getting instructions by the party in this regard. Apparently the BJP wants to asses them before several important Assembly elections that are likely to be held in one or two years’ time or may go on even further.


Maharashtra, Haryana, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh are some important states where the party want to remain focused and want to chalk out its strategy well in advance. Sources said that the target of the party for 2019 was to get least 50 per cent votes polled in every booth where the BJP was in contest so if they are able to know the reason that why it failed on certain booth they will look for its solution. So they will try to increase this figure in the forthcoming Assembly elections.


Sources further said that there are certain booths in every state where party has performed very well with voting percentage as high as 80 to 90 per cent. So such booth in-charge and their leaders will be facilitated however the benchmark is fifty plus and forty minus. The party has plans to facilitate such booth workers by the people’s representative (MPs and MLAs) of the party where the party managed to get 50 per cent or more votes.


They have already started this exercise and have instructed the concerned workers to complete as soon as they can. The party might change the booth committee where party polled 40 per cent of less than 40 per cent votes. There are around 10.35 lakh booths across the country.

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IAS & IPS batchmates in the eye of storm

By IndianMandarins 15 May 2019

In its notification issued Wednesday late evening the Election Commission of India ordered the removal of Principal Secretary (Home) Atri Bhattacharya (IAS:1989:WB) and Additional Director General of CID Rajeev Kumar (IPS:1989:WB) from their postings in West Bengal. The notification (issued by Secretary, Rakesh Kumar) clearly states that Rajiv Kumar will have to report to Union Home Ministry at 10 am on May 16. The sudden development took place in the wake of violence between BJP and Trinamool Congress workers in Kolkata the Election Commission

 

Further, invoking Article 324 of the Constitution the ECI curtailed the campaigning for the last phase of the election on May 19. The campaigning in 09 West Bengal constituencies will end at 10 pm on Thursday night, a day before its scheduled deadline.

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