Tuesday, December 11, 2007

We don't need Naxal R, we might as well have Karat

Naxal R quoting Karat in an editorial. Chindu should be called an extreme leftist paper, not leftist.

Also notice how these communists are trying to define BJP's agenda as enemy of muslims. Ironically, it is these communists who have defined their political agenda as "Hate BJP".

The Hindu : Opinion / Editorials : Significant move on political chessboard
After all, as Prakash Karat, now the CPI(M)’s general secretary, pointed out in a 1992 journal article, the BJP’s journey from an amorphous right of Centre platform, constructed during the Vajpayee presidency of 1980-86, to the aggressive platform of Hindutva — ‘Hindu nationalism’ targeting an internal enemy, India’s 150-million-plus Muslims, and all key issues revolving round this theme — was accomplished between 1986 and 1989, during the first Advani presidency. It will be costly, if not fatal, for the BJP’s political opponents to underestimate the strategy, tactics, and mobilisational capabilities of the shadow Prime Minister.

1 comment:

Pramod Biligiri said...

Even I found it odd that The Hindu editorial quoted Prakash Karat about the BJP, of all people!