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BJP Facing Tough Task Accommodating Defectors - By Aires Rodrigues

BJP Facing Tough Task Accommodating Defectors - By Aires Rodrigues

It is a very arduous task for the BJP in Goa to accommodate those eight Congress defectors, some as Ministers and the rest as heads of Government Corporations. They have been anxiously waiting for almost three long months for the crumbs to fall from their master’s table and are running out of patience. Much to their regret having hastily taken the plunge into the deep blue sea without a safety net or a return option they are helpless having burnt their bridges and having hit a political dead end.

Being experts at political prostitution and musical chairs is easy for the BJP! But dropping Ministers to create vacancies for these defectors will be a lot more difficult and divisive unless a clear criterion

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BJP Facing Tough Task Accommodating Defectors - By Aires Rodrigues

It is a very arduous task for the BJP in Goa to accommodate those eight Congress defectors, some as Ministers and the rest as heads of Government Corporations. They have been anxiously waiting for almost three long months for the crumbs to fall from their master’s table and are running out of patience. Much to their regret having hastily taken the plunge into the deep blue sea without a safety net or a return option they are helpless having burnt their bridges and having hit a political dead end. Being experts at political prostitution and musical chairs is easy for...

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