And the reason the Hindus don't vote for it is that the BJP brass prefer being in a corrupt opposition party rather than in an efficient and strong party lead by Modi.
India loves its image as a happy go lucky land where Muslims go to Teerath Yatra and Hindus wish they could go for Haj. Where there is secularism and modernism, orgies on the streets, and candy rains from the skies.
That image can't be sold with a Hindu frothing from his mouth shouting racial remarks as a PM.
It will be fun if there is Modi in India and a Charismatic figure like Imran Khan here in Pak. It will be Musharraf vs Vajpayee again. Vajpayee used to put people to sleep while Musharraf went in bam bam and came out.
It has always been easier for Pakistan to take out Hindu fundamentalist nutjobs than the secular folks in Delhi.
believe me that even modi can not do anything if he becomes PM...we need more CM like him in every state....PM post is useless anyways..
I dont know any Hindu who wants to go for Haj.
Vajpayee put people to sleep? Guess u haven't heard him speak,even people who didn't understand Hindi would show up for his meetings.
And Imran Khan is just a little kid in front of Modi? Let us see if Imran wins first.
Modi is already the CM of a province for close to 10 years.
That being said, we dont give 2 shits about what Pakistan thinks of our election candidates or our secular ideology. We dont care if you prefer a Hindu fundamentalist GoI or a secular GoI. You are not Indian, this is an internal Indian matter which has nothing to do with Pakistan whatsoever, but you are simply trolling here with no valuable discussion. I think it would be better if you spent your intellectual assets in another thread.
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When Vajpayee spoke he looked like a senile elderly gentleman who has been made head of state, to top it all off, the Hindu fundo tag.
Even though it would be beneficial for Pakistan to have a nutjob in charge of India, I wouldn't wish Modi on my worst enemies.
Gujarat riots were not a planned conspiracy it was a spontaneous sequence of events that spiralled out of control from the Godhra train burning, so how did Modi plan and execute the riots?
Vajpayee was a true statesman. Mushy is more of a pathological liar. The guy's reputation for lying is all too pervasive. You only have to know where to look.
Vajpayee strengthened economic and democratic the foundations laid by the previous government.
Musharraf strengthened the Pakistani Army tradition of trampling democracy and 'bloody civilians' under the boots of the General.
Vajpayee won international acclaim with the restraint he exercised in Kargil by not crossing the LoC. That was his legacy.
Mushy's legacy? Waging war without even taking his PM in confidence. Then losing that war comprehensively being beaten black and blue out of Kargil. Forcing his PM to take shelter in Uncle Sam's lap to prevent his country from being drawn into the spectre of war with a much larger and stronger military.
Not only this. The guys comes back, imprisons his democratically elected PM, sends him to exile and begins his grand project of shaking the very foundations of Pakistani security.
O Mushy! My leader is thee! In thou shalt lay the faith of thy bloody civilian followers! ROFLMFAO
You really should thank Nawaz and Bill for their contribution in saving your country from Mushy's whimsical war.
A lost war is what is Mushy's legacy.
Mushy was the one who gave the Americans the permission to drone you guys, wasn't he?
WoW! A man of steel indeed. Shoved some of his steel down the arses of the poor, common Pakistani on the street.
Mushy was the one who dragged you into America's WoT, wasn't he?
What a pragmatic leader!
Mushy wa sthe one who sacked your then CJ, wasn't he?
What an able administrator!
Mushy was the one who let Blackwater and CIA operatives inside Pakistan, wasn't he?
All hail Mushy the great leader of Pakistan.
BTW, why is the great Mushy nowadays hiding as a fugitive?
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