Sunday, March 05, 2006

BJP Responds

BJP welcomes deal, seeks clarification on weapon fuel

Nuclear separation plan a "surrender" to US: BJP

As we've noted before:

If the deal goes through somehow, (Dr. Singh's) opponents in his party and the vast majority of the opposition will ... claim the deal was a sell-out.

BJP has now chimed in, as if on cue, with a predictable -- albeit somewhat confused -- response! Tch Tch!!


cynical nerd said...

PR: The statements are the same but the titles are different in the two pieces. Such statements should be seen as "for public consumption only" showing how much GoI has "compromised". This will counter the statements from the NP Ayatollahs who have started their "sell-out" campaign.


Primary Red said...

Fair enough. That's certainly a possibility.

Best regards

doubtinggaurav said...


Do you happen to remember what was Congress response to the Pokhran II
By the way ?

Or that has been forgotten for greater cause of "secularism" ??

Primary Red said...

If we recall correctly, Pokharan II followed Pokharan I which, in turn, followed 1971.

Secularism in India has brought India victories others can only talk about.

Best regards

doubtinggaurav said...

Dear PR,

You did not answer my question

Or is anything which questions sacredness of Congress is verboten ?

"Secularism in India has brought India victories others can only talk about."

Yes I always knew that 1948, 1955, 1962 and 1988 were secular victories.

As an Indian I could do without such victories.


PS. If you don't want to answer the question just say so. It is not a subpoena


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