Human Psyche and Stimuli

After the stupendous success by AAP in previous Delhi Assembly Election and a phenomenal success of BJP under an extremely astute Mr. Modi having confounded his rivals within his party and without alike, every Indian has experienced his own share of political inferences and perceptions. AAP, having been in recent past and even being currently, the main rival in Delhi has to chalk out exceptionally wise albeit clever approach, yet not unscrupulous, to try here a euphemism of ‘to outmaneuver’, to match this formidable rival even in Delhi Assembly Election where A.Ks, Sisodias, Sanjay Singhs, Yogender yadavs might fathom themselves above par. The Modi-fied deification of Mr.Modi for a speculative miraculous turnaround akin to divine genetic ally induced pattern where everything grows and develops under very meticulously specified laws, has transformed him into like a supernatural phenomenon for a great number of credulous and innocent supporters whose intentions are unquestionable and who want to see the country and nation to acme of superiority via Mr. Modi. For a myth if once rooted, though failing its believers time and again, it becomes difficult to demolish. The hypes and hoopla used to have won the election are bearing bitter fruits in forms of failures on all fronts specially price rise, poverty eradication and corruption. The election which was won through a vast unaccounted resources per se for a speculative holy cause to accelerate pace of development at divine pace mixed with a hyper nationalism based on exploitable religiosity is not bringing any concrete fruitful results for the electorates. Minor or major law and order problems which are inevitable in all countries of the world and are tackled by state administration and police and last moment if beyond tolerance then by the Centre are here being aggravated and fanned in, apt to the phrase to fish in the troubled water, in northern states where the ruling BJP has proved weak in remote past elections- even by help of bigger state -leaders , legislators etc in aspect of concocted religious, ritual and communal issues and in a many ways possible to divert attention of people from core issues of human welfare and developments. The ruling party without doubt must succeed to cobble together -the naïve and the credulous electorates albeit with all thoughts of innocence- the committed cadres of RSS type Hidutva and regionalist outfits like Shiv Sena- and even those mature and experienced out of the electorates but waiting for a miracle by Mr. Modi in days to come.
Next we find that another equally astute substitute in Sonia Gandhi and Congress are trying to circumvent the maneuvers by BJP by raising their so called causes of the poor and minorities even sustaining their dirty agent provocateurs in Imran Masoods etc who prove more damage than benefit to their community under tacit instruction of their rich and powerful party leaders to thrive on their pittances. Some member of any minority in any country of the world are truly more vulnerable to lure of power, recognition and money by the mighty in that respective country- be it a religious one, linguistic one or financial one ( the last one being the poor or the unemployed found everywhere in the world.)
Congress under its anti-incumbency reasons, has faced a severe drubbing unprecedented in electoral history, however with a ray of hope through history when it replicated its discomfiture on Janta Party in 1980 only after three years of electoral humiliation and again repeated on BJP lead NDA ten years back in 1904 when even exceptionally capable Vajpayee was betrayed by party hard liners following their divisive and retrograde ways which people rejected.
AAP through electoral chronological analyses must see Congress more possible rival in respect of national politics in long days to come and BJP in Delhi region always.
Under the circumstances, AAP is beset with acute constraints in form of biased and paid media, financial crunches, continuation with honesty and simplicity, being without powerful lobby of goons and muscle power ( the latter two not found in Congress and BJP lexicons).
AAP have to rope in all sections of society notwithstanding they being close to other political parties today.
The leaders of AAP should avoid slamming the Ruling BJP on each and every issue; rather a constructive criticism based on valid reasons and visible ramifications on some particular critical issues shall definitely fetch acceptability even among credulous supporters of Mr. Modi and BJP. The country electorates are of varied I.Qs and aptitudes and even a realistic view of some issues at disposal of BJP, we find when raised, is provoking a majority of innocent and mesmerised supporters of Mr. Modi against AAP who are even not associated with BJP.
Let us see, wait and watch if Mr. Modi proves the worth for one and all, in spite of his proximity to some corporate bodies and their unconditional monetary support for him- and how AAP proves to reveal their good intension to the common masses and how they translate it truly and sincerely in realities.
Though subdued in the recent parliamentary election, yet the country men are looking forward to it as a ray of light at the other end of tunnel to guide it when failed and betrayed by the incumbent. more  

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@ Pradeepta Nayak, Thanks for your query dear--am an alumnus from AMU Aligarh by passing bachelor degree in Engineering. There were a lot of my friends in JNU during my studies in AMU. I am living in Delhi. more  
Are you from JNU ?

On Thu, 14 Aug 2014 15:26:53 +0530 Mohammad Ishteyaque wrote
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Ishteyaque ji I am Totally agree with you. more  
Dont blame others when having loop holes within selfs more  
The Problems why Kjwal persons leaving party ? Becoz Angellic candidates selected by kjwal as my friend .Congress is not active now so he can be in power. more  
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