‘Dismiss UP govt, earn BSP support at Centre’

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  1. parijataka

    parijataka Senior Member Senior Member

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    All regional parties should be debarred from taking part in national level elections - Lallu, Mulla, Maya, Jaya - the whole lot of morons.

    Nonsense party BSP, asking to dismiss a duly elected state govt just because they are opponents

    ‘Dismiss UP govt, earn BSP support at Centre’

    After the next general election, the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) will support any government at the Centre that promises to dismiss the UP government, a senior party leader today said.

    "The only condition for our support in formation of the next government would be a promise to dismiss the UP government," Satish Mishra said while addressing a Brahmin Sammelan here.

    The BSP is organising Brahmin Sammelan with a view to bring the upper caste community closer to the party.

    Claiming that the BSP was a "well wisher" of the Brahmin community, Mishra said that his party had given tickets to 21 Brahmin candidates.
     
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    Been saying for a long time, we need to ban regional parties from national scene.
     
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    How do we do that?
    Should we adopt a two party thing like US?
     
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    Nothing like it if we can get it done.
     
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    So this means putting the federal structure of India in question, need to get a leader to get such consensus :)
     
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    parijataka Senior Member Senior Member

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    Having regional parties puts the states who vote national parties @ disadvantage IMO. Rail ministers belonging to some states for eg took loin's share of rail projects to their states or some states who never vote national parties (talking about TN here) are able to wangle
     
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    The US has a better federal structure
     
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    How did US transitioned from multi party to two party system.
     
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    that's obvious its for political agenda, but then how to circumvent it.

    USA is not complicated like India you do not mufti-ethnicity,linguistic states etc
     
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    I would support this whole-heartedly. Not that its gonna make a difference. :p
    Regional-ism is as evil as it can get. On par with fundamentalism. I would argue in favour óf a Presidential system.
     
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    Presidential system perhaps so that a competent leader who has the approval of at least of a good number of citizens of the country is chosen to lead. Parliamentary system is also not ideal for India if you see - most of the politicians are semi-literate goondas and criminals and least interested in debates or any useful activity.
     
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