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party has done such experiments earlier — bringing in new people But we feel if (Kiran Bedi had to be brought in) it should have been done earlier” (Source: Express Photo by Renuka Puri) Related News Delhi BJP president Satish Upadhyay absolves Modi or Shah of any responsibility for the Capital debacleHowever he admits announcement of Bedi as CM candidate could have come earlier and negative campaigning avoided This Idea Exchange was moderated by City Editor Apurva Why Satish Upadhyay Delhi BJP president Satish Upadhyay was among the few leaders from Delhi who were part of the party’s core election team for the Delhi Assembly Upadhyay was brought in after Harsh Vardhan was made a Union minister But after suffering a humiliating defeat at the hands of the AAP Upadhyay faces an uphill task of shouldering responsibility for the party’s performance explaining the defeat to the BJP leadership and reshaping the Delhi unit as an effective opposition to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Apurva: 67 and 3 What do you think went wrong for the BJP The results are unexpected we never thought they would be like this Perhaps we failed to understand the mood and the pulse of Delhiites It is difficult to comprehend this kind of result Definitely we have to introspect what went wrong what happened in the eight-nine months after we got all the seven seats in Delhi in the parliamentary elections Rakesh Sinha: Was it a good decision to name a chief ministerial candidate before the polls When you fail then everything all decisions seem to be wrong The party has done such experiments earlier — bringing in new people But we feel if this needed to be done it should have been done earlier It is too short a time to connect with everybody There is nothing wrong with the candidate there is no analysis about the candidate The chief ministerial candidate was good she had all the credentials and a very good record but maybe time was too short Rakesh Sinha: Didn’t you tell the central leadership this There was no time to react to all these things; now you can introspect and analyse what went wrong Share This Article Related Article Apurva: Was the decision to bring Kiran Bedi into the party and make her the CM candidate late or was its announcement late Was there some thinking from before itself in October when the Assembly was dissolved or did the whole thing happen after mid January I think the decision should have been taken earlierWe did not benefit from the decision the way we should have Mayura Janwalkar: You are saying Kiran Bedi did not have enough time to connect with people But did the rest of the Delhi BJP leaders have the time to connect or not It will take time to analyse the reasons — the Kiran Bedi decision negative campaigning the late announcement of candidates etc — for what went wrong Sarah Hafeez: Do you also see the Delhi debacle as a sort of no-confidence motion against the Central leadership Are PM Narendra Modi’s development promises not visible on the ground I don’t think this mandate was against Modiji I think in the last eight months what they have done for Delhi maybe that didn’t reach people properly Whether it is the Urban Development Ministry Home Ministry Surface Transport Ministry or Power Ministry they have done a lot for Delhiites but their work could not reach the people to the extent it should have Losing one election is not a mandate against Modiji as we have won four previous state elections Delhi has a peculiar position a different thought process to gauge that is very difficult Delhi has multiple problems understanding the people is very difficult The composition of Delhi has changed; it does not have anything of its own I think it is not against Modiji You have to account for so many factors so many factions Delhi has people from Poorvanchal Uttarakhand people from across India All have different pockets issues Pragya Kaushika: Whose idea was that upadravi gotra advertisement And the Anna Hazare ad where you had flowers around his neck Who cleared the ads It was not a single person a team took such decisions If we avoided negative campaigning it would have been good Pragya Kaushika: Do you think this hurt you in the elections This could be a reason too much negative campaign is not at all good Pragya Kaushika: After the voting you had a manthan baithak in which candidates were asked what they thought about their seat Everyone came out happy saying they would win Were they all wrong about their seats or what they said inside was different from what they said outside It was only a review of the elections to understand the ground situation and what the candidates thought It is human nature if so many candidates are sitting nobody will say we are going to lose It was just feedback not exactly a manthan Bhawesh Mishra: You’ve been in politics in Delhi for 35 years and have worked up from the ground level Do you feel there is no respect for people like you in the BJP Other senior Delhi BJP leaders too were not informed about important decisions And people who’ve been active for the last three-five years are holding important positions Your state unit doesn’t enjoy privileges that other local party units do I don’t think we are not respected or have no regard/importance But since we are in the Capital where the Central government and all senior leaders are we cannot disregard their consent They all are helping the state unit I’m from a humble middle-class family with no political background It’s only possible in the BJP that I am the party president What they have given me is the biggest honour Vandita Mishra: You said you need time to analyse what the BJP did wrong But what did the AAP do right What is it that you felt during elections they were doing better I don’t think it’s about doing better I think the issue in Delhi specially in slums and among the working class is related to corruption by police People felt that in 49 days Arvind Kejriwal said there will be no corruption that you do a sting operation and the police stopped taking money All of you know 49 days is a very short time to give any certificate for that But the message they gave was successful Next I think negative campaigning evoked sympathy among the people for a person who was the main target of that campaign This is my personal thought not party analysis And election should not have been Kejriwal-centric from our side A Kejriwal-centric campaign could have been avoided Unni Rajen Shanker: You said people of Delhi especially in the lower strata have a problem with police Was it then wise to get an ex-police officer as CM candidate What you are saying is Kejriwal was successful in sending the message You are right maybe Pragya Kaushika: You even sent a letter ‘please be united’ That was normal In each election the president writes a letter to party workers asking them to do this and that Journalists can read and interpret it differently but it was not related to Ms Bedi Harish Damodaran: You were wiped out in rural Delhi your strength since the time of Sahib Singh Verma Do you think it was because of the land ordinance or urea blackmarketing Do you think it will impact other states I don’t think it will impact other states but the kind of promises that have been made in rural areas giving Wi-Fi to youth across Delhi land reforms full statehood free water free electricity free education free hospital facilities — these are all populist In rural areas we have lost our mandate We need to analyse what went wrong Now you can say Satish Upadhyay is president so it is his fault I take whole responsibility It is (also) collective responsibility Seema Chishti: When non-Delhi BJP persons including the PM and senior leaders used words such as haramzaadon bazaru etc in the campaign did you feel that the culture of the Delhi BJP was not like this Delhi has its own culture and beauty and with our words and language we need to be careful People in electoral politics should have been careful about that Seema Chishti: Were you nervous when these things were happening When you are in a flow you keep doing certain things If something gets damaged you repair it You are going the car gets punctured you will repair it and move on At that time you don’t think why it happened But when you go forward then you know Words have an age some get over then and there others haunt you for a lifetime Pragya Kaushika: The Central leadership sent 120 MPs to campaign Did that help or damage your campaign I would not call it damage But it did not go down as deep as it should have The feeling and intention were good Abantika Ghosh: During the Lok Sabha elections the BJP built its campaign around its chaiwallah pitch a common man who made it big When that man wears a suit that costs Rs 9-10 lakh does it affect the party I don’t think that was an issue in the Delhi elections It was an an issue in some TV debates but not in the elections Kaunain M Sheriff: The Centre governed Delhi for eight-nine months during President’s rule The Centre said price rise would be controlled but Kejriwal countered that vegetable prices have increased You talked about controlling corruption but your MCD is status-quoist Don’t you think people also judged what you did in these months In these past months many good things have happened But we could not convey that to the people People focused on the negative points Issues such as those of unauthorised colonies in Delhi the power reforms in Delhi… we could not deliver the message to the people We are at fault in that regard To say nothing was happening in the MCD is a matter of perception Look at the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan Has any PM introduced such a campaign in the past It will take time but it will have an impact Muzamil Jaleel: Do you think the BJP’s arrogance or over-confidence contributed to its defeat I think arrogance — whether in politics or otherwise — is always a liability Muzamil Jaleel: You had CM candidates in your party What new thing was Bedi bringing to the table This is not a matter of personalities it is a question of somebody leading Kiran Bedi does not have anything negative about her She has all the positives Muzamil Jaleel: What positives are you talking about She has a clean image and experience of being an administrator and is a social worker… Being party president ticket or no ticket is not a big thing P Vaidyanathan Iyer: Since a large part of the Delhi campaign the candidate selection and strategy was decided by party president Amit Shah and guided by the Prime Minister shouldn’t they own up for the defeat It was not guided by the national party president at all It was the campaign committee that decided how the party would campaign It had nothing to do with Modiji or the national president Rakesh Sinha: When the party wins the credit goes to Modi So why must the loss be your responsibility As party president I am ready to take the blame for the defeat Rajgopal Singh*: There were VHP directives on women and attacks on churches How far did the RSS contribute to your mandate The RSS has nothing to do with this This election is a totally BJP concern Naveed Iqbal: Your next big challenge are the MCD elections There people say they had been waiting for a BJP government for 15 years Do you anticipate problems with the AAP government I would like to tell you a fact honestly I am from the MCD There may be problems within the organisation itself but a lot of wrong perception has been created about the MCD too The MCD has improved in many areas of delivery mechanism If you want Delhi to be a world-class capital you have to give MCD powers Until the local bodies are strengthened they cannot perform the way you want There may be some wrong practices In sanitation for example the appointment powers are with the Delhi government Even if you need a gardener you need the government’s permission The corporation is bleeding It is very easy to blame the MCD but nothing is possible without resources And the government is not a profit-and-loss company It is a welfare state Seema Chishti: What is the party line on full statehood which AAP has been talking about Delhi has a peculiar position As the national capital it has many issues Like other states can we give it statehood That question is debatable To demand it is very easy But in practical terms you realise it will not be easy We have never shied away from granting statehood but only after a debate When you mention full statehood in the manifesto you cannot give the details Apurva: Isn’t it worrying for the BJP that you managed to retain only your core vote which means you haven’t been able to reach out to other sections It is a cause of concern for us Our vote share should have increased Amrith Lal: Will the state BJP unit see restructuring Restructuring has just happened a few days ago But the lower section requires a lot of changes Our youth and women wings require some changes Unni Rajen Shanker: Now that the elections are over what role will Kiran Bedi have in the party She has to decide herself She will decide how much time she would like to devote to the party Divya A: Kiran Bedi has said that fatwas led to her defeat in Krishna Nagar Do you agree It is her personal thought Fatwa in any case should not be given in any election Transcribed by Vandana Kalra &Debesh Banerjee * EXIMS student For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Navjeevan Gopal | Tarn Taran | Published: May 7 2014 12:42 am Related News A BSF constable posted at the Rattoke border outpost in the Khemkaran region of Punjab’s Tarn Taran district shot dead his company commander at about 1015 pm on Monday Constable Anil Kumar was reportedly upset with Assistant Commandant J C Pandey as the senior official had reported Kumar to the BSF headquarters for alleged ‘indiscipline’ a few days ago Sources said Kumar returned to the border outpost complex from patrolling duty about 15 minutes ahead of his routine working hours on Monday and fired two shots in the air from his Insas rifle Pandey who was reportedly working on his laptop came out of his room after hearing the gunshots Kumar then allegedly trained his rifle towards the assistant commandant fired five shots from close range and fled Pandey died on the spot; the bullets pierced him in the head shoulders and near his heart Sources said the constable was arrested Tuesday morning from an Army bunker BSF DIG R P S Jaswal said when the BSF team found him Kumar did not resist arrest Sources said that a few days back Anil Kumar failed to turn up for duty as he was allegedly drunk Following this Pandey sent a report to the headquarters accusing Kumar of ‘indiscipline’ “Earlier too there had been instances where Anil Kumar was alleged to have shown indiscipline” DIG Jaswal added While 40-year-old Kumar had joined the BSF in 1995 Pandey (35) was recruited as a sub-inspector in 2004 Pandey hailed from Pitthoragarh in Uttarakhand Kumar hails from Rajasthan For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News in a dairy farm in Haryana.laden with fresh sheets of pasta generously dusted with flour, Even the clothes they are wearing have been provided by neighbours. These are the initial focus districts for multi-sectoral intervention under the Beti Bachao scheme.

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Postmortem conducted on the bodies in Bhandara on February 17 confirmed the sexual abuse but apparently not the cause of the death of the sisters, Singh filed a petition contending that the agency had “overstepped” its jurisdiction and lodged an FIR in the disproportionate assets case without getting prior permission from assembly Speaker. Share This Article Related Article “The recent affidavit submitted by Delhi government in the Supreme Court on the SYL issue has exposed the anti-Punjab stance of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), The state is also not very keen on taking up the issue for fear of antagonizing the clergy. Mohali. said managing director of SIDCO, the officials reasoned that a court has ordered a stay order on the sale of the industrial unit, “However, but failed to persuade courts to force the release of private correspondence. and Dr Shalini Singh.

Manish Paul said he had to unlearn many technicalities while facing a camera. Khanna also asked the Odisha Police to provide light engagement to the lady cop who was subjected to physical assault and molestation at the Congress rally here on September 6. The father and brother of the deceased girl are unable to return to their village due to threat perception, For all the latest India News, one shouldn’t forget Newton’s third law ‘Every action has an equal and opposite reaction’. so I.


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