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?
Nippie Singh is a respected media professional who has a keen interest in Jammu and Kashmir politics.
Indian politicians need to keep the lessons of the 1970 Pakistan election in mind when working towards government formation in J&K.
30/12/2014 11:02 AM IST
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