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Top BJP leaders going on fast

Thursday, April 12, 2018

A LARGE number of top BJP leaders, including the prime minister and the president, will be going on a fast as a day-long protest against the Parliament wash-out caused by the opposition led by the Congress. The prime minister will be in Delhi and the president will be in Hubli. They will be working even as they fast. Following the disturbances caused by the opposition, meeting after meeting of Parliament had to be adjourned. The opposition caused ruckus in the house and prevented any work to be taken up in the house.

All the BJP MPs will also be on fast today. It looks like this is part of the poll propaganda in Karnataka. Throughout the day, they will be working and travelling. It looks like an effective way of protest.

In Karnataka, the BJP has concentrated mostly on the Hindu vote.

It has trained to gain access to the priest class. It has tried to play temple politics. A success in this regard means a big bundle of votes. Rahul Gandhi was far from convincing when he tried temple politics. He has no training in religion at all. If he did have, it is not being Hindu. It will not be Rahul Gandhi who will be getting votes for the Congress. The chief minister is doing that. He has been working hard for months, making plans and preparations for months, travelling all over the state. He is quite popular.

Finally, will the Modi magic work in Karnataka? It may: the huge rallies which he addresses in Karnataka show his popularity.

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