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Privatisation in East European Countries

Privatisation in East European Countries

of Ram, the students rebuffed these communal fascist forces and elected candidates who stood for secular democracy. While the success of the leftist-socialist forces in these university elections in itself may not have a significant bearing on the overall political scenario, it is nevertheless a positive development. At a time when the forces representing Hindutva have spread their tentacles throughout northern and western India the crushing defeat of these forces in Uttar Pradesh signifies the changing mood of young people. In any case, the rise of BJP to power in UP has been possible oniy because of the multi- cornered contests and the consequent split in the anti-BJP anti-Congress(I) votes during the last elections.

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