Indian Elections 2009 - Comments
Thursday, 6 March 2014
There is a huge resentment among the cadres of the Tamil Nadu BJP after the State leaders stitched together an alliance with Vijayakanth and Ramadoss
Vijayakanth and Ramadoss never came together and vehemently oppose each other.
BJP Cadres become a laughing stock as their wishes to go alone were turned down by their leaders. Now they have to hand their heads down for the actions of Ramadoss and Vijayakanth
The cadres have requested Sushma Swaraj and Ravishankar Prasad to relook at the alliance in the best interests of the party. Its to be noted that Sushma has already expressed her displeasure for B Sri Ramulu's party's (BSR Congress) merger
Saturday, 25 January 2014
Which Alliance / Party will win in Tamil Nadu Loksabha Elections 2014 / Aam Admi Tamil Nadu Party Effect in 2014 elections
The National Media is predicting more than half of the 39 seats in Tamil Nadu for AIADMK. But there is a strong undercurrent against TN CM Jayalalithaa amongst women voters
There were many places in Tamil Nadu where local women were up against government for setting up liquor shops in the area.
DMK is the normal alternative for TN Voters. The Party however has lost confidence in itself and banking on a strong alliance, which might come true if people vote on Party basis
BJP and Congress doesn't have a party vote bank in Tamil Nadu and heavily depend on their PM Candidates Rahul and Narendra Modi respectively
The educated class is now moving away towards AAP, which might not win any seat but can spoil the chances of BJP/AIADMK in some constituencies
Whoever wins TN and AP would play a bigger role in formation of the next Government