21 September, 2020

Burrow Deep

A stumped BJP mulls Jaswant's fate

Jitender Gupta
Burrow Deep
outlookindia.com
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In The Ring

Those in the race should Jaswant Singh quit as Opposition leader in the RS

Yashwant Sinha: Backed by Atal Behari Vajpayee

Sushma Swaraj: Supported by the party and L.K. Advani

M.M. Joshi: The dark horse, may get Vajpayee's vote.

Arun Jaitley: Good speaker, but not in the running

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Jaswant Singh's mole may have entertained the nation for a while and increased sales of his book but it's left the BJP feeling quite ridiculous. In a session where they had hoped to climb into the government on the terror front, they have been left foolishly hunting down a mole that seems lost in the woodwork of the venerable Rajput's weighty rhetoric.

The mole has certainly landed Jaswant in a hole vis-a-vis the party and the larger Sangh parivar. RSS spokesman Ram Madhav told Outlook: "This mole has taken up too much time of the country and...

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