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Anna Hazare and Kejriwal have parted ways. Do you think the movement for bringing in 'effective' lokpal bill is all but over ?

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Asked by islamul haq, 29 Sep '12 02:39 pm
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Indian Public watches only. Some one else will Perform another act. People will buy tickets for another show. Chalta rahayga
Answered by Brinda Sapat, 29 Sep '12 02:40 pm

 
  
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The behavior of all the political parties has made it obvious that effective lokpal bill will never come.
This is because the people who control the legislatures do not want any one who will make them accountable for their actions. This is why Kejriwal has decided that enter the legislatures and try to bring the change from within.
AH has, throughout his life, never shown any ambition to get involved in power politics. But that does not mean that he will not support the like minded issues which Kejriwal will bring up
Answered by Vikram, 29 Sep '12 02:52 pm

 
  
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Anna hazare will continue agitation on lokpal bill and will get much response but arvind has political ambitious so let us see his fate.
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 29 Sep '12 02:49 pm

 
  
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Yes, thx to the political ambitions of kejriwal & co.
Answered by vishal goel, 29 Sep '12 02:44 pm

 
  
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