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Your Choice Of The Prime Minister For Next Lok Sabha Elections 2009

Posted by Kokolicious on August 31st, 2008

We are pleased to present you, a vital and brain-storming series containing a brief portrayal of various leaders, who may be the potential Prime Ministers of India for the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections 2009. Herewith, we are portraying the character sketch of all favourable candidates, who stand suitable for the highest legislative post. We will try to contain all their characteristics, personal and professional profiles, and their strengths and weaknesses. So, all this information will help you to vote for your favourite Prime Ministerial Candidate for the next Lok Sabha elections.

It will be your own choice to vote your favorite candidate, and we will publish your opinion, comments, and voting results in the final episode of the current series. So, let’s get ready for a significant series, which is vital for you, your family and at large, your country. Since, you as a citizen are the real king of a democracy as you have the authority to choose your representative. So, why not do that wisely?


2nd Episode PM Candidate Of This Section: Shri Lal Krishna Advani

Leader of the Opposition in 14th Lok Sabha, Mr. Lal Krishan Advani is one of the most favorite choice of millions of Indians for the Prime Minister in the next Lok Sabha. Born on 8th November 1929 at Karachi, L.K. Advani is also known as Lal Kishenchand Advani. He finished his schooling from St. Patrick’s High School, Karachi and graduation from D.G. National College, Hyderabad (Sind), both are in Pakistan now. The family had to leave Karachi just before the partition between India and Pakistan.

Then, he did his Law graduation from Government Law College, Bombay. Since, the life of the displaced people was miserable after the partition for they had to work hard to establish themselves in the new land. He married Shrimati Kamla Advani on February 25, 1965. His political journey started when he joined the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh in 1942 as a Karachi branch secretary. He was elected on the ticket of Bhartiya Jana Sangha from 1970 to 1975. During his tenure he has been associated with various committees, institutions and political parties.

L.K. Advani has remained president of Bhartiya Janta Party from 1986 to 1991 and again from 1993 to 1998. Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha in 1980, in Lok Sabha from November 1991 to July 1993 and again from May 2004 onwards. He was the Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting from March 1977 to July 1979. Then, he was the Home Minister from 1998 to 2004 and most recently he was the Deputy Prime Minister of India from 1999 to 2004.

Lal Krishna Advani was also conferred the Outstanding Parliamentarian Award for the year 1999. He is credited with leading the Bhartiya Janta Party to reach a level at which it stands today, from 2 parliamentary seats in 1984 to forming the Government in 15 years. L.K. Advani is also considered to be a firm and strict person and hence he is also known as ‘Iron Man’ of the BJP. He has remained controversial for many issues like Babri Masjid Demolition and his remarks over Jinnah.

L.K Advani is a good speaker and a definite leader. Somehow, he is known to be a hardliner for his stand on the Hinduism. He is reputed as an honest person at the same time a ruthless administrator with considerable analytical skills.

His Strengths

  • Honest
  • Mass Leader
  • Clear Image
  • Progressive
  • Impressive Speaker
  • Experience in Politics
  • Determinant Decision Maker

His Weaknesses

  • Controversial
  • Hard liner
  • Not Preferred by other parties


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