Free education for girls from economically disadvantaged families (from kindergarten to post graduation), LPG cylinders at Rs 450 apiece, 2.5 lakh jobs over the next five years, ‘anti-Romeo’ squads to curb eve-teasing and a ‘gangster task force’ to clamp down on ‘anti-India’ activities. These are among the commitments the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has made in its poll manifesto for Rajasthan. 



EP 3: मोदी, बीजेपी और NDA गठबंधन। Decoding the NDA alliance l Raju Parulekar 

NDA गठबंधन के 38 पार्टियों के साथ ही कई सरकारी संस्था भी अब सरकार की मदद करती दिख रही है. लॉन्ग मार्च 24 के तीसरे एपिसोड में चर्चा NDA गठबंधन की, 2024 चुनाव की, चुनाव आयोग, ईडी, सीबीआई जैसे संस्थाओं के भूमिका की, राम मंदिर के निर्माण की.. वरिष्ठ पत्रकार राजू परूलेकर से चर्चा 38 पार्टियों की गठबंधन वाले NDA की!

Promo: 'Long March 24' पार्टी और उनकी मूल विचारधाराओं पर बेबाक चर्चा! Raju Parulekar

Ep 1: राष्ट्रवाद के नाम पर RSS का ब्राह्मणवाद! The anatomy of RSS l Raju Parulekar 
RSS की शुरुआत जिस चीज के लिए हुई, लगभग 98 साल बाद उनके नेता अब उनके लक्ष्य को पूरा करते नजर आ रहे हैं! इस वीडियो में RSS का अतीत, उनके जन्म की वजह और उनके लक्ष्य के लिए किस तरह से चीजों को जमीनी स्तर पर किया जा रहा है, उसपर खुलकर बातचीत की है। वीडियो का लक्ष्य आपको RSS की हकीकत और उनके राजनीति को समझाना है।

Ep 2: कांग्रेस का अतीत, वर्तमान और राहुल गांधी! The Anatomy of Congress I Raju Parulekar राहुल गांधी एक अलग पार्टी हैं और कांग्रेस एक अलग पार्टी! क्या कांग्रेस तैयार है 2024 के लिए? 

लॉन्ग मार्च 24 सीरीज के पहले एपिसोड में RSS के विचारधारा पर बातचीत के बाद अब दूसरे एपिसोड में पत्रकार राजू परूलेकर से बातचीत कांग्रेसी विचारधारा पर! इस वीडियो में कांग्रेस के अतीत, वर्तमान और भविष्य को समझने की कोशिश की है। इसके साथ ही देश में मौजूद कांग्रेस की विचारधारा, राहुल गांधी के सामने मौजूद चुनौतियां और कांग्रेस का इंडिया गठबंधन में रहने वाली भूमिका पर भी चर्चा की है 

Bihar is not among the five states that will elect new assemblies in November, but it has emerged as a template to counter the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s politics of polarisation.

First, chief minister Nitish Kumar was the anchor for the 28 parties that are part of the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA). Then, his government released the caste survey report which showed the numerical preponderance of the other backward classes (OBCs) that the Congress has adopted as its main plank against the BJP in the states headed to an assembly election.

Now, the Bihar government is scheduled to showcase its success in providing jobs at an event in Patna’s Gandhi Maidan on November 2. Nitish, his deputy Tejashwi Yadav, Bihar education minister Chandra Shekhar and other ministers will give appointment letters to 1.2 lakh teachers recruited through the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC)’s examinations. This comes in the background of Prime Minister Narendra Modi failing miserably on his promise to generate 1.5 crore jobs every year before his election in 2014.

Bihar has offered a politically befitting narrative, based on solid performance and groundwork, to counter Hindutva in the election-bound states. For the first time since Narendra Modi ascended to power in 2014, the BJP is struggling to counter the strategy that Nitish Kumar has built with the backing of Lalu, Tejashwi, and allies like the Congress and Left parties.


Election Strategy: & a la karnataka.   1. corruption, 2 localisation 3. Confidence of winning - taking up issues like caste census, unjust representation of OBCs, Adivasis in decision making etc.

 what is the counter to BJP. What you need to do to defeat BJP in 2024 - Sharp Insights on India 2024 - Prashant Kishor & Shoma Chaudhury - Part 1
38% voted for BJP. The Remaining among the Hindus are divided into the following: Followers of Gandhi, the Original Socialist, The Communists, the Ambedkarites. The ideological counter to BJP is therefore putting these four together and Gandhi was the only person who could get the others together
 From Part 2 Turn around in India political formations has been after a movement.. Why INDIA by just coming together cannot change the government.. Starting point is not how to win over those who are voting for BJP.. the starting point is how to take the lions share of those who are opposed. change is happening/discontent is already coming in.. But people have to see an alternative.. ..
61% who have not voted for BJP is not by default vote foe Congress/Rahul..
Gandhi remains the main revered figure even today..



Seven decades down the line the electoral scene has changed for the worse and is currently dominated by emotive issues. The foundation of derailing the ‘this worldly’ issues was the Ram Temple movement. This movement became stronger after the implementation of Mandal Commission report. Since then the domination of emotive, identity issues is on the rise. This is reflected by the fact that in 2019, no party dared to utter the word secularism, as claimed by the winner of 2019 elections, Mr. Narendra Modi himself. He presented it as a trophy for the efforts of RSS-BJP’s political success. 

It is in this track that any issue can be given a religious turn as we witnessed its peak in the coining of phrase ‘Corona Jihad’. This showed how electoral politics can be reduced merely to game of identity issues. BJP has mastered this art over a period of last few decades. The media, which is prostrating to BJP ideology, is putting its best efforts to magnify the doings of communal stream.

Not to be left behind, Arvind Kejrival is trying to compete which these divisive efforts revolving around identity issues, in his own unique smart ways. The AAP, which in a way, is an alternate model of communal politics; is playing its Hindutva/communal card with shrewdness. Kajriwal party is also an example of blind subservience to the dictator by the other leaders of that party. As Kejriwal demanded this; all his cronies, stated saying the same. The peak of this was Atishi Marlena, who stated that this demand of Laxmi-Ganesh is not merely Kejriwal demand, it is the aspiration of 130 crore Indians! Most of the dictatorial tendencies believe they are speaking for the whole country. This is a duplicate of what Narendra Modi, when he was Chief Minister of Gujarat, used to say that he is talking on behalf of Five Crore Gujratis. India needs a party which can accommodate all sections of society with equality and dignity, apart from welfare; it also promotes employment and proactively deals with marginalized sections of society. We need a party where religion is not mixed with politics. For many, AAP began with a big promise for a better politics, but its reality is there for all to see with its trajectory leading to demanding Laxmi and Ganesh on currency notes and dumping of Jan Lokpal in the dustbin of Hisotry!