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आओ फिर से दिया जलाएँ भरी दुपहरी में अंधियारा सूरज परछाई से हारा अंतरतम का नेह निचोड़ें बुझी हुई बाती सुलगाएँ। आओ फिर से दिया जलाएँ हम पड़ाव को समझे मंज़िल लक्ष्य हुआ आंखों से ओझल वतर्मान के मोहजाल में आने वाला कल न भुलाएँ। आओ फिर से दिया जलाएँ। आहुति बाकी यज्ञ अधूरा अपनों के विघ्नों ने घेरा अंतिम जय का वज़्र बनाने नव दधीचि हड्डियां गलाएँ। आओ फिर से दिया जलाएँ
Atal Bihari Vajpayee
दो दिन मिले उधार में, घाटे के व्यापार में, क्षण-क्षण का हिसाब जोड़ूँ या पूँजी शेष लुटाऊँ मैं? राह कौन-सी जाऊँ मैं?
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (चुनी हुई कविताएँ)
journalist Vinod Mehta wrote, ‘I am convinced if Vajpayee had not been the PM, India would have been sent to fight in George Bush’s Iraq invasion. He dreaded phone calls from George imploring him to send even a token force. “His soldiers are dying and now he wants my soldiers to die. I will never let that happen,”’ Mehta remembered Atal having told him.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
Speaking in the Lok Sabha on 8 May 1959, Atal said: ‘When we accepted the sovereignty of China on Tibet we made a mistake. That day was an unfortunate day. Where has the Panchsheel agreement gone? Those who proclaim Panchsheel say that according to Panchsheel democracy and dictatorship can live together. If for the communist imperialism the peace and religion loving people of Tibet can’t keep their way of life, then it is meaningless to say that in such a big world communism and democracy can co-exist. We don’t want to interfere in the internal affairs of Tibet. But Tibet is not an internal affair of China. I represent a small party but our party defends the independence of Tibet. We want friendship with China but we should not build the palace of this friendship on the dead body of Tibet’s independence.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
हरी-हरी दूब पर ओस की बूँदें अभी थीं, अब नहीं हैं। ऐसी खुशियाँ जो हमेशा हमारा साथ दें कभी नहीं थीं, कभी नहीं हैं। क्वार की कोख से फूटा बाल सूर्य, जब पूरब की गोद में पाँव फैलाने लगा, तो मेरी बगीची का पत्ता-पत्ता जगमगाने लगा, मैं उगते सूर्य को नमस्कार करूँ या उसके ताप से भाप बनी, ओस की बूँदों को ढूँढ़ूँ? सूर्य एक सत्य है जिसे झुठलाया नहीं जा सकता मगर ओस भी तो एक सच्चाई है यह बात अलग है कि ओस क्षणिक है क्यों न मैं क्षण-क्षण को जीऊँ? कण-कण में बिखरे सौंदर्य को पीऊँ? सूर्य तो फिर भी उगेगा, धूप तो फिर भी खिलेगी, लेकिन मेरी बगीची की हरी-हरी दूब पर, ओस की बूँद हर मौसम में नहीं मिलेगी।
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (चुनी हुई कविताएँ)
A remorseful Atal, after losing the Lok Sabha elections held after the assassination of Indira Gandhi, said in Gwalior (from where he had contested) that he wanted to clear any misgivings: ‘As a student of class X, I had written “Hindu Tan Man, Hindu Jeevan, Rag Rag Hindu Mera Parichay.” People say that Atal, who had written the poem, is not the same who does politics. There is no truth in it. I am Hindu. How can I forget that? However, my Hindutva is not constricted, it is not narrow.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
ACCORDING TO NEWTON’S THIRD law of motion, every action has an equal and opposite reaction. This holds true for the physical sciences, but in the field of policy reforms and political moves, while every action leads to a reaction, the reaction is not equal to the action.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
मन हारकर, मैदान नहीं जीते जाते, न मैदान जीतने से मन ही जीते जाते हैं।
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (चुनी हुई कविताएँ)
आदमी की पहचान, उसके धन या आसन से नहीं होती, उसके मन से होती है। मन की फकीरी पर कुबेर की संपदा भी रोती है।
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (चुनी हुई कविताएँ)
बाधाएं आती हैं आएं घिरें प्रलय की घोर घटाएं, पावों के नीचे अंगारे, सिर पर बरसें यदि ज्वालाएं, निज हाथों में हंसते-हंसते, आग लगाकर जलना होगा. कदम मिलाकर चलना होगा.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee
He can be called eclectic akin to ancient philosophers who selected doctrines from various schools of thought. Thus he had imbibed and projected a catholicity of views,’ says Supriyo Banerjee, an academic from Kolkata.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
जन्म-मरण का अविरत फेरा, जीवन बंजारों का डेरा, आज यहाँ, कल कहाँ कूच है, कौन जानता, किधर सवेरा, अँधियारा आकाश असीमित, प्राणों के पंखों को तौलें। अपने ही मन से कुछ बोलें!
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (चुनी हुई कविताएँ)
टू टे हुए तारों से फूटे वासंती स्वर, पत्थर की छाती में उग आया नव अंकुर, झरे सब पीले पात, कोयल की कुहुक रात, प्राची में अरुणिमा की रेख देख पाता हूँ। गीत नया गाता हूँ। टूटे हुए सपने की सुने कौन सिसकी? अंतर को चीर व्यथा पलकों पर ठिठकी। हार नही मानूँगा, रार नई ठानूँगा, काल के कपाल पर लिखता-मिटाता हूँ। गीत नया गाता हूँ।
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (चुनी हुई कविताएँ)
प्रखर प्यार से वंचित यौवन, नीरवता से मुखरित मधुवन, पर-हित अर्पित अपना तन-मन, जीवन को शत-शत आहुति में, जलना होगा, गलना होगा। कदम मिलाकर चलना होगा।
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (चुनी हुई कविताएँ)
One of Atal’s best-known poems is ‘Geet Naya Gaata Hoon’ (I Sing a New Song). The poem begins with the protagonist in a crestfallen mood saying, ‘Geet nahin gaata hoon [I do not sing]’, and further, ‘Benakaab chehre hain, daag bade gehre hain; toota tilism, aaj, sach se bhaya khata hoon, geet nahin gata hoon.’ In the second stanza, the protagonist has regained his confidence and says, ‘Geet naya gata hoon; toote hue taaron se, phoote vasanti swar; paththar ki chaati mein ug aaya nav ankur.’ It ends, ‘Kaal ke kapal par likhta, mitata hoon.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
Mere Prabhu, Mujhe itni unchai kabhi mat dena, Gairon ko gale na laga sakoo, Itni rukhai mat dena. [My Lord, Never let me climb so high that I can’t bend down to embrace another human, Deliver me from such arrogance.]
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
eminent journalist Vinod Mehta wrote, ‘I am convinced if Vajpayee had not been the PM, India would have been sent to fight in George Bush’s Iraq invasion. He dreaded phone calls from George imploring him to send even a token force. “His soldiers are dying and now he wants my soldiers to die. I will never let that happen,”’ Mehta remembered Atal having told him.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
Padmanabhaiah says that one year he was surprised and elated when he went to meet Atal to wish him on his birthday. The civil servant was accompanied by the director of the IB. The prime minister after accepting their birthday wishes, said, ‘You two are able to save three hundred to four hundred lives in Nagaland every year due to your interventions. Thanks are due to you.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
At the same time, when, on one of his visits, Padmanabhaiah recommended a Bharat Ratna for Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, Atal said, ‘For Bharat Ratna no recommendations are accepted.’ Padmanabhaiah persisted and said, ‘He is getting old and may not live much longer.’ Atal shot back, ‘About twenty days back I attended his concert in Pune. He is fine.’ There ended the conversation.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
In Parliament, Atal impressed many with his oratory, which combined both thoughtful content and style of delivery. It is not that he was inhibited in his earlier years and gained confidence with time. Quite early on in his career, he had occasion to disagree with Pandit Nehru. He said on the floor of the Lok Sabha, ‘I know that Panditji practices shirshasana and is welcome to continue doing so, but this does not mean that he should look at issues with an inverted vision.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
A piece by Vinod Mehta sums up Atal’s pleasant style. He wrote: ‘It was impossible not to like him. Periodically I would go to 7 Race Course Road to have tea in his genial company. We would gup-shup. I told him the latest joke doing the rounds and he would pass on whatever came his way. He is the only PM I have known who has a sense of humour and enjoyed the exchange of witticisms. Once when I went to see him, he did not seem his usual jovial self. I asked him why he was so glum. He said, “Apke baad Jayalalithaa aayengi.” Then he laughed uproariously.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
भारत-पाकिस्तान पड़ोसी, साथ-साथ रहना है, प्यार करें या वार करें, दोनों को ही सहना है, तीन बार लड़ चुके लड़ाई, कितना महँगा सौदा, रूसी बम हो या अमेरिकी, खून एक बहना है। जो हम पर गुजरी बच्चों के संग न होने देंगे। जंग न होने देंगे।
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (चुनी हुई कविताएँ)
पाँच दशकों से अधिक राजनीतिक यात्रा के बाद भी देश की बँटी हुई राजनीति को जोड़ने की आवश्यकता स्पष्ट दिखाई देती है। जो केवल सत्ता के लिए नहीं अपितु विघटनकारी शक्तियों से लोहा लेकर राष्ट्रीय हितों की रक्षा करने के काम में आगे बढ़ सकें, उनके लिए ऐसे मंच की सार्थकता सदैव रहेगी।
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (चुनी हुई कविताएँ)
दाँव पर सबकुछ लगा है, रुक नहीं सकते। टूट सकते हैं मगर हम झुक नहीं सकते।
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (चुनी हुई कविताएँ)
Once India achieved its nuclear power status as did Pakistan, Atal felt that it was time that the two countries started working towards good relations. Atal’s counterpart in Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, also believed that the two countries should foster good relations. Sharif sent an invitation to Atal to visit Pakistan. Pakistan wanted to test the commitment of the new BJP government. Atal responded wholeheartedly and crossed the Attari–Wagah border in Punjab by bus on the afternoon of 19 February 1999. He was accompanied by twenty-two distinguished Indians who included journalists like Kuldeep Nayar, cultural personalities like Mallika Sarabhai and film personalities like Dev Anand and Javed Akhtar. The bus that Atal went by was to become a daily feature from Delhi to Lahore and back. The bus service was to foster better people-to-people contacts, including allowing families that lived on either side of the border to meet each other.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
Immediately after crossing the border, where he was received by Nawaz Sharif, Atal said, ‘This is a defining moment in South Asian history and we will have to rise to the challenge.’ Atal’s aide Sudheendra Kulkarni later recalled how Pakistani information minister Mushahid Hussain had said to him on the sidelines, ‘Vajpayeeji has real guts to come to Pakistan like this and at this time.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
Incidentally, at a reception at Governor House, Atal recited his poem ‘Ab jung naa hone denge hum’. Atal was felicitated at Lahore Fort where, hinting at the common heritage of the two nations, he pointed out how Shah Jahan was born in the fort and Akbar had spent close to a decade there. The audience was so impressed by Atal’s speech that Nawaz Sharif quipped, ‘Vajpayee sahab ab toh Pakistan mein bhi election jeet sakte hain. [Mr Vajpayee can now win elections even in Pakistan.]
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
The composite dialogue could, however, not get going in Atal’s tenure because elections were called early and the results pushed his government out of power. Although Atal could not achieve lasting peace with Pakistan, his intentions can never be doubted. In fact, Alex Perry wrote in TIME magazine, on 26 April 2004, that Atal’s plan to ‘visit Pakistan to talk with Musharraf in Islamabad and the agreement to end half a century of war and hostility’ had only one parallel in modern history and that was Egyptian President Anwar Sadat’s 1977 mission to Jerusalem.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
बाद मुद्दत के मिले हैं दिवाने, कहने सुनने को बहुत हैं अफसाने. खुली हवा में जरा सांस तो ले लें, कब तक रहेगी आजादी कौन जाने.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee
In 1998, when Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee was unseated by a vote of no-confidence, Sonia made an abortive bid to become prime minister. She was thwarted by Mulayam Singh Yadav who withdrew support to the Congress-led government after indicating an initial willingness to offer it.
Sanjaya Baru (P. V. Narasimha Rao vs the Nehru-Gandhi Family)
I am ready to ask kar sevaks who were small in numbers to come forward and openly confess that they demolished the structure and face the music. I would also like to state that there were a large number of kar sevaks not involved in demolition. If the intent was to demolish secretly and according to a plan it would not require kar seva. Whatever happened there, we regret the incident.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
When Atal was in office, some of his associates had raised the clamour that he should award the Bharat Ratna to himself. This was after his success in the Kargil conflict. His predecessors, Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi, had awarded themselves the Bharat Ratna, Nehru getting it in 1955 and Indira Gandhi in 1971. Atal, however, was not a man to do such a thing.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
Manmohan had thought very highly of Atal ever since the mid-1990s. Apparently, Atal had sternly criticized Manmohan in the Lok Sabha when he was the finance minister. Manmohan was so taken aback that he went to submit his resignation to his boss Narasimha Rao.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
L.K. Advani wrote a personal letter to Manmohan Singh, putting forth the demand. Stories doing the rounds suggest that Manmohan Singh, the then prime minister, was not averse to it, but UPA chairman Sonia Gandhi would not agree.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
Nehru once introduced Atal to the British prime minister, stating, ‘He is a young leader of the opposition who is always criticizing me, but I see in him a great future.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
Atal also answered the charge that his party should not have tried to form the government since the BJP got only a minority of votes. He pointed out that the first-past-the-post Westminster system that was followed in the country counted only the seats that a party won and not the percentage of votes polled. By implication, the BJP could not be blamed for jumping in to try and form a government.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
On 17 April 1999, the government got 269 votes in its favour while 270 votes went against. On the morning of that day, Atal spoke to BSP chief Mayawati, who promised to support the government. However, when Mayawati stood up to address the Lok Sabha, she announced that her party would vote against the government.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
He told India Today in the interview quoted earlier: ‘Yes, the tests have entailed a price. But we should not worry about it. India has a reservoir of resources and inner strength. If we tap its reservoir, the benefit will be a hundred times more than any price that we may have to pay in the short run.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
Further, a solution to the Kashmir problem must take into account the interests of India, Pakistan and above all the Kashmiri people (the words ‘above all’ were inserted at the instance of Atal).
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
on 12 October 1984, just a few weeks before the assassination of Indira Gandhi, Atal declared, ‘Our hour of trial is approaching. This government is a danger to democracy. In its insatiable lust for power, one single family has jeopardized the unity of an entire nation. In Punjab there is neither peace nor settlement. In Assam there is lull before a storm; a terrible crisis in Assam can erupt now.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
Atal also wondered whether Indira Gandhi was mulling a presidential system for India and was planning to rule India with the army sharing power. He said, ‘[The] PM is glibly telling the world that there is no harm in having a national debate on the desirability of the presidential system. One wonders if the PM has any clear concept apart from perpetuating her family in power.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
There is nothing that succeeds like success and conversely nothing fails like failure.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
Atal realized that if the Congress party was successful in hanging on to power, it was because it reflected the desires and aspirations of the citizens in some measure. The easiest course for an opposition party is to launch a course of action and espouse an ideology that is diametrically opposed to that of the ruling party. However, Atal never aspired to do so. He knew that if the Congress party was doing something right, it had to be imbibed even at the risk of being criticized.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
The greatest curse, not merely of Indian politics but of national life as a whole, is the general incapacity to work together. Let’s learnt to unite, instead of dividing to create harmony where disharmony exists and to keep our self-interest and ego in leash.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
He also believed that ‘you can change friends but not your neighbours’, and that is why he aggressively pursued peace with neighbours like Pakistan.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
At the same time, Atal also advised that journals connected with the RSS should not take sides in the power games going on in the political arena. He also said that the RSS should not be involved in youth bodies that interacted with political parties or with trade unions. He significantly advised the RSS to formally enunciate its accepted stand that by Hindu Rashtra it meant Bharatiya Rashtra.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
Indira Gandhi lambasted the Jana Sangh for its concept of ‘Indianization’ which is said to have been directed against Indian Muslims. She said she would deal with a party like the Jana Sangh in five minutes. Atal was mighty miffed. He replied, ‘PM says she can deal with the Jana Sangh in five minutes. Can any democratic PM speak like this? I say in five minutes you cannot even deal with your own hair, how you can [sic] deal with us. When Nehruji was angry he would at least make a good speech. We used to tease him. But we cannot do that with Indira. She gets angry on her own.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
He said on the floor of the Lok Sabha, ‘I know that Panditji practices shirshasana and is welcome to continue doing so, but this does not mean that he should look at issues with an inverted vision.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
Every time, however, Atal rose to the defence of the RSS. For instance, on 27 May 1996, when the short-lived Atal government was sought to be replaced by Deve Gowda, Atal said on the floor of the Lok Sabha that the RSS was an organization that was wedded to the cause of the nation. He gave two examples, one of the Republic Day parade of 1963 (after the Chinese debacle) when the RSS was one of the organizations invited to send in representatives to participate in the march past to demonstrate national unity. The other one related to 1965 when, at the time of the Indo-Pak war, the government had deployed RSS men to regulate traffic on the roads of Delhi. Atal went on to quote Deve Gowda who, while speaking at a function in Bangalore in the midst of the Emergency, had said, ‘RSS is a spotless organization.’ Atal added that the RSS was an independent organization and while ‘you can differ with the RSS, the allegations against them are not required’.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
A livid Atal answered, ‘Main aisi charcha mein nahin padna chahta [I do not want to be drawn into such discussions].’ He added: It is alleged that I work under pressure. I do not work under anybody’s pressure. Your party under pressure stopped nuclear tests. The dates were ready and the preparations had been made. But under foreign pressure the tests were stopped. But we went ahead with the nuclear tests in spite of the pressures. When we were fighting in Kargil, Clinton pressured us to talk to Pakistan. But we said that so long as Pakistan holds one cent of our land we will not talk. What does Soniaji want to say? When she was in Italy I had started doing parliamentary work. I know about my countrymen more than you. Who are you to tell about the Sangh Parivar pressure? This is an internal Parivar matter. Aap dakhal mat dijiye.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
ACCORDING TO NEWTON’S THIRD law of motion, every action has an equal and opposite reaction. This holds true for the physical sciences, but in the field of policy reforms and political moves, while every action leads to a reaction, the reaction is not equal to the action. In some cases, the reaction is greater than the action and in others it is the reverse.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
Greatness does not come from bigness of position or out of victory in wars. Greatness comes out of showing respect for others and being sensitive to their needs.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
in August 1962, Atal introduced a private member’s bill that sought to amend the Companies Act of 1956, to bar companies from making donations to political parties. Atal argued on the floor of the House that those in charge of companies had no moral right to spend shareholders’ money funding political parties: ‘Why do companies want to donate money to parties? Do the owners of companies give money to political parties to show they are patriotic? Companies are set up for financial aims and there is no need for them to give money as donations. Political parties to whom they give donations malign politics. Money is needed to run parties but parties represent the people and they should go to people to collect money.’ There was a furious debate on the bill and after discussing it three times, it was ultimately rejected on 27 November 1964.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
Mehta added that Atal summoned A.B. Bardhan and Harkishan Singh Surjeet (leaders from the left whose parties were holding demonstrations against the Iraq invasion) and asked them how the demonstrations were doing. They said that they were going well. Vinod Mehta further writes, ‘Vajpayee said, “But I cannot hear anything.” The canny old fox was suggesting that they raise the decibel level of the protests so he could tell Bush that his hands were tied. Note the subtlety of his strategy,’ he adds.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
During a trip to the Soviet Union, Atal made it a point to emphasize to the leaders there that ‘normalization of relations with other countries will not be allowed to affect relations with you’.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
in the late 1950s, when the entire opposition was busy criticizing Nehru, Atal had stood up and asked whether it was mandatory for the entire opposition to criticize every move of the government just for the sake of opposition. He had said that when it came to the integrity of the nation, everybody needed to stand by the leader, cutting across party lines.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
Among the other legislations introduced by Atal, one was to amend the Constitution so as to remove Article 370 that gave special status to J&K. Debated in the House twice, the amendment put forth by Atal, however, lost in the voting.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
WISE MEN SAY THAT a combination of bad luck and overconfidence can lead anyone to disaster
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
If he had succeeded in conducting nuclear weapon tests in the winter of 1995, as he had planned to, his tenure would not only have begun with a bang but also ended with one, so to speak. In the event, he left the opportunity to test and declare India a nuclear weapons state to his friend and successor, Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
Sanjaya Baru (1991: How P. V. Narasimha Rao Made History)
The assassination of Indira Gandhi, on the last day of October 1984, just ahead of the general elections, had a cataclysmic effect. It is common wisdom that the RSS worked for the Congress party in the December 1984 elections. Whatever be the case, the Congress won 414 of 545 seats in the Lok Sabha, its biggest ever win that has never been bettered. The BJP was routed as it could merely win two seats. Atal Bihari Vajpayee also lost. The BJP merely got around 7 per cent of the votes against the Congress’s 49 per cent. Reading the writing on the wall, Atal had decided to abandon New Delhi, the seat that he got elected from in 1977 and 1980.
Kingshuk Nag (Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons)
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