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Breaking the myth: BJP’s Southern surge challenges ‘North-South Divide’ narrative

“Breaking the myth: BJP’s Southern surge challenges ‘North-South Divide’ narrative”, Swarajyamag, March 2, 2024:

“Since the emergence of Narendra Modi in national politics and the transformation of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) from one of the two poles in India’s polity into its dominant player, its opponents have attempted to foist a host of manufactured narratives in response.

These have ranged from the ‘suit boot ki sarkar’ to ‘chowkidar chor hai’ to the never-ending ‘Ambani-Adani’ chants.

Among these has also been the accusation that the BJP is primarily a party restricted to ‘North India’ and ‘Hindi speakers’, with the ‘educated and sophisticated’ southern voters not falling ‘prey’ to Hindutva and its alleged mischiefs…..”

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