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Engineering students accuse BJP's Delhi unit of copying their last minute preparation strategy

08, Jan 2015 By indianpsycho

New Delhi. With just one month to go for elections in Delhi, Delhi BJP’s election strategy has come under sever scrutiny from engineering students across the country; who have accused the party’s Delhi unit of blatantly copying their last minute preparation strategy.

“Going by the way they are relaxing at the moment, with just one month way from fresh elections, its quite apparent they are copying our strategy, that too without giving us any credit,” a 22 year old 2nd year engineering student told Faking News, “At least they should have acknowledged us.”

Munching samosas and doing time pass, when they should be aggressively campaigning.
Munching samosas and doing time pass, when they should be aggressively campaigning.

“They seem to have only now woken up to the fact that there will be elections soon and it’s only now that we are seeing some activity from their end,” he further pointed.

“But they are still only making plans and more plans; like we do every night and I don’t see any seriousness and urgency of those plans getting executed anytime soon,” he concluded.

It’s not just Delhi BJP’s deliberate dilly dallying campaigning till eleventh hour that has caught engineering students’ attention, but they point to other similarities as well to strengthen their claims.

“The very fact that they have not even announced list of candidates for any constituency is very similar to us not purchasing even text books till few days before exams,” pointed a senior engineering student, who is planning to sue Delhi BJP for plagiarizing.

“Also the fact that they are getting overconfident due to good performance in other state elections is similar to us remaining perpetually overconfident because of our good results in 10th, 12th and entrance exams,” he added.

However the way AAP has been enthusiastically and meticulously campaigning in Delhi, engineering students have started doubting if AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal is actually an IITian.

“So far Sanjeev Upadhyay has shown more characteristics of an IITian than Kejriwal,” argued an engineering student from Sharda University.