Pravin Togadia’s blink-and-miss hunger strike shows the Hindutva rabble-rouser's days are truly over
There, however, are still takers for the hardline 'mandir politics'.
The latest figure of 32 unnatural deaths in last two years released in the Gujarat Assembly betrays the dark underbelly of a success story.
The 'lost and found' saga of Pravin Togadia has added new colours to politics in India.
The Gujarat MLA seems to have migrated from Leftist to a left-of-centre socialist ideology to enter mainstream politics.
The former Gujarat CM's presence at Vijay Rupani’s swearing-in is an indication that he may formally join the BJP.
One of the contenders and the wild card entrant for this post is believed to be Smriti Irani.
Post the poll results, the mood has been sombre for both parties.
The Congress president-to-be has had a makeover and Gujarat has been his first outing in the new avatar.
The new caste equation has the potential to change the grand old party's fate, but over-reliance on Patidars negates its core ideologies.