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While the AAP success in Delhi hogs all the headlines, the most intriguing story is that of the BJP, which managed to lose a king's ransom (29 out of the 32 seats it had won last time) and that too across all demographic divisions. It won not a single segment of the Delhi electorate. Why did two-thirds of Delhi's 13 million voters turn their backs on the Lotus?
Indian politicians need to keep the lessons of the 1970 Pakistan election in mind when working towards government formation in J&K.