Delhi Elections 2014-15 Thread

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  1. Singh

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    Discuss Delhi's upcoming elections
     
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    BJP wins. AAP cries vote manipulation.

    AAP wins BJP cries pandering.

    Congress wins. Delhi looses.
     
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    Delhi is already loose saar ;)
     
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    Democracy is kil
     
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    Former Delhi Speaker Maninder Singh Dhir quits AAP, joins BJP
    NEW DELHI: Former Delhi Assembly Speaker and Aam Aadmi Party MLA Maninder Singh Dhir, who had a public spat with AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal over praising Prime Minister Narendra Modi, today joined BJP.

    Dhir, who had successfully contested the last assembly elections from Jangpura constituency, said the country was "progressing" under the leadership of Modi.

    Rohit Rajpal, a former captain of Indian Davis Cup team, also joined BJP.

    Attacking Kejriwal for resigning as chief minister of Delhi, Dhir said "they (Kejriwal)got one chance to form a government but got emotional and resigned which they should not have done."

    Asked why he was quitting Aam Aam Party, he said "I was upset with what Kejriwal and the party had worked for. Kejriwal hurt the emotions of the masses, which supported him, by resigning as CM."

    Former Delhi Speaker Maninder Singh Dhir quits AAP, joins BJP - The Economic Times
     
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    Can anybody tell me why election commission has yet not announce date date for delhi elections .What is taking so long time .

    And 1 more thing AAP has choosen wrong state to show their governance model

    wait

    Or it is deliberate
     
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  8. anoop_mig25

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    Why isn`t MIM (which pseudo-media are going ga-ga over this days post Maharashtra election wining 2-3 seats) isn`t fighting Delhi election or J&K,bihar elections but only interested in UP and West Bengal

    Does delhi , J&k and bihar has less muslims population ..........
     
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    It is because of the percentage of the population of Muslims in certain constituencies where the consolidated Muslim vote can elect a Muslim MP or MLA in UP and WB.

    In Delhi, Bihar such a situation may not arise in its totality.

    In J&K, they do not want to divide the Muslim vote, lest that helps the BJP.

    Omar Obdullah has also gone to Gilani requesting him not to give the boycott cry because that will help the BJP since there are pockets where the Pandits have returned and could cause a BJP MP to get elected.

    Communal chemistry and mathematics in action.
     
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    Dhir is talking like any politician who want to change boats in midstream.

    He is aware that BJP has a pretty good chance to get elected to form a Govt.

    He wants to be in the share of the pie.
     
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    First could someone tell me why Delhi elections were delayed by almost a year.

    And as for current dates they are saying its because of Kashmir elections. They want to concentrate their resources there.

    AK is the most popular CM choice in Delhi, despite Modi onslaught, guess why ?
     
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    If MIM fights Delhi elections it'll help BJP tremendously.

    And already there have been 7-11 small riots in Delhi in the last 2 months. I wonder why after 30 years riot erupted again ? ;)


    And MIM planned to/did abstain in Maharashtra assembly to help Fadnavis Govt ?
    Trust vote: MIM to bail out BJP in Maharashtra Assembly today - News
     
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    You are 'our man in Baghdad' in Delhi.

    You tell us why was it delayed.

    And you also tell us how Dhir, the Speaker and hence an important Joe in AAP defected.
     
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    :lol:. Says who? AajTak and NDTV?
     
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    Aah, but I've already hinted at why it was delayed. ;)

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    Ostensibly because Dhir was denied a ticket.

    Delhi: Ex-assembly speaker MS Dhir may join BJP - Hindustan Times - 15th Nov news

    But I am guessing $ played a big part in persuading him to make a switch too.
     
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    Why what's wrong with Aajtak and NDTV ? There is no news channel now that will go anti-BJP unless they want to shut their channel down.

    PS: ABP news said it though.
     
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    @Singh

    What happens if this Delhi elections are a repeated of the previous one....will the BJP-AAP form an alliance or yet another elections :) ?
     
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    I think this time the voteshare might not be as different as the last time but the number of seats will be glaringly different.

    Good thing will be that Congress will be relegated to the 3rd position for sure.
     
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    If anyone but that smug face Arvind Kejriwhiner is CM candidate of AAP -- Vote for AAP
    Or else, Vote for BJP.
     
  20. anoop_mig25

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    Well to best of my knowledge stae run BJP didnt have guts to fight as .. they where more intrested in tod --fod

    Well delhi has lots of ngo type people with beliving in his agruments
     
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    So why arent they fighting if I belive in your theory....

    Why are ready to fight in west bengal and UP but not in bihar
     

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