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Bihar Drama

Bihar Drama THE general election to the tenth Lok Sabha may accurately be characterised as an election which the major political parties, with one or two exceptions, did not want. After all, it was the unwillingness of these parties, the Congress(l) especially, to face the electorate that gave Chandra Shekhar the chance to adorn the prime minister's office, if only for a few months, with no more than a tiny break-away group from the Janata Dal accounting for barely one-tenth the Lok Sabha's total strength. So it is not entirely surprising that, even after the setting in motion of the formal election process, efforts should continue on the part of different political groupings to dispense with the elections in parts of the country at least where they themselves perceive their electoral prospects to be precarious.

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