WHEN THEY ARE TO BE DEFEATED, SMASHED AND DESTROYED, THEIR GURUS AND MAHATMAS TELL THEM, "GO AND EMBRACE YOUR ENEMIES."
IN INDIA THE MUSLIM TERRORISTS HAVE BLOCK VOTE WHEREAS THE HINDUS HAVE INDIVIDUAL VOTES. WITH THE COLLECTIVE CLOUT THE MUSLIMS NEGOTIATE FOR THEIR SEPARATE AGENDA NOT ONLY IN BROKEN BHARAT, BUT ALSO IN UK AND THE US.
NOT ONE HINDU LEADER HAS THE GUTS TO SAY, "BEWARE OF THEM. THEY CAPTURED LAHORE AND NORTH KASHMIR AND CLAIM SOUTH KASHMIR, TOO."
BJP is wasting it's time professing love for Muslims, whereas what Muslims would like to do is hack the party to death. BJP leaders will realise this after the election results are out!
........UP mood: Muslims to go for tactical voting
................By Seema Mustafa
(WHAT IS MUSALMANI MUSTAFA DOING IN PARTITIONED INDIA? IT IS ONLY THE HINDUS ON THIS EARTH WHO CANNOT, DARE NOT, ASK THIS QUESTION.
AFTER GIVING THEM WEST PUNJAB AND NORTH KASHMIR, BANDIT JAWAHARLAL NEHRU ORDERED HIS UNSCRUPULOUS STOOGE, ONE "BHANGI" DR. AMBEDKAR, TO WRITE IN HIS CONSTITUTION, "MUSLIMS OF INDIA ARE NO LESS PATRIOTIC THAN THE HINDUS AND SIKHS.")
Lucknow, March 30: The Muslims in Uttar Pradesh are visibly worried. They are positive that their vote will be divided, and in the process, be rendered totally ineffective. The failure of the anti-BJP parties to enter into an alliance and the growing disenchantment with Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav’s politics are cited as the two main reasons why the Muslim voters will resort to "tactical voting," casting their ballot for any non-BJP candidate who appears stronger than the rest.
This has not worked in the past, the Muslims spoken to said, pointing out that the tactical voting basically was an euphemism for divided voting with the BSP, Samajwadi party and the Congress all in a position to get a share of the vote with the advantage flowing to the BJP in the state. Earlier, as school teacher Imtiaz Mohammad pointed out, the Muslims had united behind the Samajwadi Party but this relationship has soured over the past several months, with chief minister Mulayam Singh Yadav being largely perceived as a BJP friend. "We know that he will go with the BJP after the elections," Imtiaz Mohammad said, but admitted that despite this knowledge he would secure a fair share of the votes in the absence of any other feasible alternative.
There is deep disappointment over the failure of the Congress and the Samajwadi Party to enter into an electoral alliance. Several Muslim voters in Lucknow insisted that this would have been a "sweeping combination" and regretted that this had not come about. Some blamed the Congress leadership in the state, others blamed Mr Mulayam Singh or more specifically Mr Amar Singh, who is not a particular favourite of the minorities in UP. But they all agreed that the BJP would gain in multi-cornered contests that would divide the secular votes.
The Congress is not seen as an alternative in the state at any level. The party organisation is totally inactive with several influential Muslims in Lucknow pointing out that the party has made no effort in these five years to establish a grass-roots infrastructure.
A well-reputed doctor from Lehrpur, who had been a member of the Congress party several years ago, said, "If they had approached us, the circumstances are such that many of us might have joined the organisation, but the Congress party has lost all its contacts in the state."
Rahul Gandhi’s visit to Amethi did not evoke any reaction in Lucknow, neither for nor against. It was simply not a topic of conversation and when asked many Muslims feigned complete disinterest.
The minorities living in the capital of Lucknow are too wise, or too cynical, to even react to the prospect of a united Opposition candidate against Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee.
That will never happen, was the verdict, as they cannot agree to a common candidate when they cannot even agree to a broad alliance.
BJP leader Arif Mohammad Khan is definitely a topic of conversation with many Muslims predicting that he will lose his security deposit in the election from Kaiserganj constituency.
A young man from Barabanki Afroz, said that Mr Khan had been distributing pamphlets applauding the RSS and the BJP as saviours of the Muslims. Those standing around clucked in strong disapproval.
Kaiserganj will see a four-cornered contest, with the BSP fielding the nephew of late Rafi Ahmed Kidwai, Farid Kidwai, and the Samajwadi Party fielding Beni Prasad Verma.
The fight will be for the substantial Muslim vote in this constituency and while those spoken to were adamant that Mr Arif Mohammed Khan would not benefit from this vote, they were worried that the division between the BSP and the Samajwadi Party could help him in the final run.
NOTE THE WORDS IN THE LAST PARA ABOVE, "THE FIGHT WILL BE . . . "
ONE FIGHTS FOR SOMETHING THAT IS DEARER TO HIM THAN HIS VERY LIFE. THE COWARDLY DISUNITED INFERIOR HINDU MAINSTREAM POLITICIANS WILL "FIGHT" FOR MUSLIM VOTE, INSTEAD OF ASKING THEM TO "QUIT INDIA!"