Siddharth Varadarajan

Journalist | Writer | Analyst

Debate: ‘Brand Modi and his message’

liveI questioned the PM’s silence on the BJP’s communal propaganda in UP. His party men and fellow travellers on the show defended that propaganda. With the kind of spokesmen and friends he has, Modi clearly doesn’t need enemies

See the discussion here.

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2 comments on “Debate: ‘Brand Modi and his message’

  1. Joseph M. Pinto
    September 3, 2014

    After the assassination of Indira in 1984, the Congress and Rahul, were silent. We know what followed and how Rajiv got his majority in1984.

    After the bomb blasts in Mumbai, following the demolition of the Babri Masjid, the Congress and the then CM of Maharashtra, Sudhakarrao Naik, was silent. We know what followed.

    After Godhra, the BJP and the same Modi, as CM of Gujarat, was silent. we know what followed.

    There is a pattern here.

  2. Kalind Pathak
    September 3, 2014

    I feel you were spot on with your observations. Unfortunately, Barkha Dutt who seems to be trying extra hard to lose the tag of being a shill for the congress party allowed the wily Sapan Das Gupta to have the last say and dominate the debate.

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