Can we not follow the methods adopted by Chinese to suppress such relative activities prior to Olympic Games?
Asked by Chandra sekhar Krishnan, 29 Nov '08 02:42 pm
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China's rules on "what's cool & what's uncool" are very straight forward and simple. If you belong to a religious group, you don't enter politics. If you declare yourself as a citizen of ur home state, you don't enter politics. If you aren't groomed by the Communist Party, you don't enter politics. So in China, the system ensures that the political class all have a unified goal. That's not the case in India, where you have 1000s of different political flags fighting for 1000s of assorted causes, using the nation as a communal urinal.Answered by A Moin, 29 Nov '08 03:40 pm
If there is a political will, our govt. also can take similar steps. In our type of coalition govt.the political parties are bankrupt that they require the support of criminials to have a vote bank. So, even after the culprits are arrested, they do not have the guts to punish them (Afzal case)Answered by ceasium, 29 Nov '08 02:50 pm
The most important aspect is that it's a communist country not a democracy. No politician sheds crocodile tears if the security agencies arrest someone with hard evidence and go to the extent of calling their actions as biased and motivated.Answered by S. Ramesh, 29 Nov '08 02:36 pm