Alternative guide to elections in India- #BBCtrending BBC News





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Published on Apr 12, 2014

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#BBCtrending spoke to YouTube star Gursimran Khamba, a prominent Indian political satirist who gave us an alternative, personal guide to India elections front-runners.
Video journalist: Benjamin Zand

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Comments • 10

Saurabh Singh Chauhan
Aam Adami party is not an option for sure.
Palash P
Well AK just doesn't 'felt' like it ..... he and party have same reason if you ready to (at least try to) understand.... And BBC you should not present biased view of serious subject like politics. 1.2 billion life depends or effected by this funny looking subject.
king cham
Bjp forever
akash joshi
Why is AAPis even included in list off the 3 parties mentioned? I doubt they will even win a seat or two out of the 550 odd seats. Their party is getting much much more attention than what a small party deserves. There are several parties that are going to win 20-30 odd seats. Why not add them to this video?
Goldwyn Samuel
Arvind kejriwal is IRS officer not an IAS officer
well if he just felt like it xD
Asif Khan
wat are u talkng man?,  plz go and study wel abt indian politics and ter leaders ten make a comments nd video man
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