BJP spokesperson Lanka Dinakar slams AP's YSR Congress govt for 'misusing' public money for 'minority appeasement'
The BJP has once again slammed Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy's government for indulging in minority appeasement by providing financial assistance to Christians for the pilgrimage to Jerusalem
The fact of the matter is that Hindus are recipients of the biggest appeasement. The BJP talks about minority appeasement because it helps the party build a robust Hindu vote bank.
BJP’s politics of polarisation paves way for Uttar Pradesh’s stray cattle menace, economically cripples a huge population
Farmers, who are reeling under low prices for their produce, have had to fence their fields at considerable expense. They have to maintain vigil at night to protect crops from stray cattle.
Sabarimala row throws CPM into a political conundrum in Kerala as BJP, Congress scramble for Hindu votes
The CPM’s quandary in the Sabarimala row is clear. If it doesn’t comply with the Supreme Court verdict, the Left government can be accused of committing contempt of court as well as pandering to sentiments of religion. And by implementing the judgment, they face music from angry Hindus.
BJP’s attack on Congress as a Muslim party may be good campaign strategy, but its accusations are ludicrous
BJP's concerted attack on Congress makes some sense as an early salvo as part of an election campaign, but it has no discernible connection with facts or the historical record
A Delhi Minorities Commission letter forwarding a request to provide time for Friday prayers to Muslim teachers in primary schools has left Delhi Education Department in jitters and officials hiding behind technicalities
Ram Navami celebrations in Bengal: TMC move to hijack BJP event shows changing definition of 'secularism'
If we look at the political discourse leading up to the 2016 Assembly elections, the focus was on unabashed minorityism and the TMC chief was quite explicit in wooing the 'votebank'.
Bengal BJP hails Narendra Modi's vision for 'New India', slams Congress and TMC for playing 'divisive politics'
Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha chief Poonam Mahajan alleged on Tuesday that political parties such as the Congress and the TMC propagate pseudo-secularism and minority appeasement to divide society for political benefits.
In a multi-cornered contest, any party or coalition getting 30 percent of polled vote can form a government with absolute majority. A strategic BJP may eye on 30 percent plus votes, and to achieve that it must appeal to the floating electorates apart from the 22 percent upper caste that are likely to vote for the BJP
Contrary to popular belief, Monday's landmark Supreme Court judgement deeming vote-seeking in the name of religion, caste, race and community or language illegal may affect the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) less than its political rivals
Mamata has claimed that police has unleashed "a reign of terror" in the state and will face "consequences" if she returns to power
The Congress can’t treat the perversity bedevilling secularism unless it simultaneously rebuilds the party apparatus.
AK Antony has said Congress'style secularism is seen as minority appeasement, indicating that this causes a strengthening of the Hindu votebank. One wishes he had instead called for abolition of all votebank politics.
Slamming Congress and AAP for following a policy of "minority appeasement", BJP today alleged they were "sympathetic" to terrorists and trying to instill fear in the minds of minorities against it to win election in Delhi.