Nitin Gadkari, Ram bhaktas and Delhi Polls 2015

Those who can buy PM’s development can do so; those who love BJP’s Hindu Rashtra ploy, can choose that.

The Day Mr. Narendra Modi took the oath of the Prime Minister of India, one thing was clear. He will neither speak nor condemn any communal statements from the people of his own part or from BJP’s fringe groups & parent organisation. Why? As Communal card will never cease to be a vote magnet for the BJP. At least for some more years. So Modi will restrict himself to the Development card and the other people in his party will play the communal agenda. This itself explains why the PM never condemns any communal utterances from his party men. Condemning them will send a message as if Modi has turned secular the moment he became the PM. A message which will not be liked by those who want to see a Hindu Nationalist Modi.

Under this light, there’s no surprise at Nitin Gadkari’s “Rambhakton Ki Sarkar” comment before the Delhi assembly Elections 2015. There’s no surprise, at another lady BJP MP’s expletive laden statement as well. Those who can buy PM’s development can do so; those who love BJP’s Hindu Rashtra ploy, can choose that. It’s still not clear, which among the two is BJP’s priority.

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