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Politics is a creator of strange bedfellows is really a great truth SHIBU SOREN who was opposed tooth and nail in parliament and created all sorts of trouble in last parlament, but still they are joining JMM and forming a government under him REALLY SHAMEFUL FOR ANY NATIONAL PARTY

Asked by raju, 26 Dec '09 08:33 pm
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Yes I fully endorse your view it would have been a better thing for the BJP to remain out of the government, but not it seems to be a party hungry for power
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 26 Dec '09 08:34 pm

 
  
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Political leaders forget voters and common men once they are elected. They start trading in politics. Sibu Soren has almost become CM and may prove to be bigger Koda and may create another problem of domicile as Marandi did create during his tenure as CM. Congress party has forgotten voters after coming to power at center and prices of all commodities are mounting up and up. They will take care only when the elections knocks the door.

It is not astonishing that with 18 MLAs Sibu Soren is likely to become CM. Even Congress Party tried a lot behind the scene. Unfortunately there were many contenders for CM's post. Mr. Subodh Kant and Mr. Babu Lal Marandi was stronger aspirer for CM's gaddi. BJP was also tired of remaining out of power for years and thought it wise to remain at least close to CM and keep dirty politics in their favour and hence they stole the show by supporting Sibu Soren to become CM.

.Now time will tell whether jailed and accused Mr. Madhu Koda also gets cooperat ...more
Answered by Danendra Jain, 27 Dec '09 06:12 am

 
  
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Yes wellsaid. The parties who are supportiing are defnitely going to feel bad soon. How can we select a person like him?
Answered by hitler, 26 Dec '09 08:35 pm

 
  
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