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Why is the Third Front (Federal Front) is already a fail?

Third Front is the Federal Front launching in April. But there is no second front at the moment. Congress is just doing timepass under Rahul Gandhi. They are like those mosquitoes that keep humming in your ear but don't bite. Maybe they lost their sting. If you think Congress can be a good opposition, you are dreaming.


The Federal Front Leader - KCR


1. The third front will be federal front and will be launched in April. This will contain regional politicians who fight each other. For example, KCR and Naidu cannot go together. BSP and SP cannot go together else Mayawati will lose her Rajya Sabha chance too. There will be a feudal war and hence the Federal Front should already be renamed Feudal Front.

2. Most of the regional parties have different ideologies and even if they come together, there will be a lot of infighting. Keep popcorn ready.

3. Besides, many regional leaders love India as a whole and won't go with leaders with bad background. Everyone knows KCR is a minority appeaser. And leader who loves India will not join him in the Feudal (Federal Front).

4. Maybe AAP can join the Front hoping to get power in some border state so that they can facilitate infiltration and human trafficking. Oh. That's a bit bitter. But I don't see any other reason why AAP is contesting only border states. People already hate Kejriwal except for a bunch of persons who share his profits. They'll reject AAP without thinking twice. Maybe KCR also won't allow AAP to join the Federal Front.

The game is about to begin. See how the media promotes the third front - showing it as an alternative to BJP but remember the third front is just a bunch of people who cannot get together on any issue. The only common aim of the front would be to keep BJP away. Enjoy!

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