Do you think problems in India are due to absence of full time politician on seat of PM ?
Asked by vishwabandhubajpai, 16 Sep '12 06:51 am
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Problems are so many dat it s very difficult to decide which one is more responsible.....bad infrastructure to start wid!!Answered by riya sharma, 16 Sep '12 08:05 am
Problem are with the system of Governance....the Political Parties involved in election are dictated by some supremo....He/She is the sole authority to take all decision as to who will be given ticket to stand in an election....every kind of monetary donations will be rcvd handled and utilised by him/her only....There is no true democracy in any party.....Thatz why sycophants are seen more in politics .... self-respective persons hate to come to such politics....Hence the Parliament is besieged by a bunch of JOKERS who are remote controlled by a party supremo....in such situations none can expect a thorough & fare decision to be taken by a PM that could be beneficial for the nation....Answered by Pradipta pati, 16 Sep '12 07:55 am
Problems are due to ineffective PM who is controlled by a remoteAnswered by radhakrishnan, 16 Sep '12 07:40 am
No problems are due to idiotic and stupid allies. the only solution is that people should vote enmass for one party and give a strong govt at the centre. second solution is that we have to do away with multi party system and like britain and usa have a two or three party systemAnswered by shuan olarte, 16 Sep '12 07:08 am