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The government found its critics within the Congress with senior party leader Satyavrat Chaturvedi The Congress MP said this indicated that such decisions were "away from ground realities and we have not been able to enhance the government's prestige among people".
Commenting on Anna Hazare's fast, he said the Gandhian did not sit on fast suddenly. It was known for more than a month in advance - Is he candid ?

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Asked by venkatesaldevarajan, 25 Aug '11 05:41 am
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India at the moment is at the cross roads. Anna Hazare and his team have presented a Janlokpal bill which according to them will wipe out corruption from India. They feel that corruption is the root cause of all our evils. Now, one does not know whether they consider the caste system, untouchability, dowry as corruption or not. We do not know whether billions of rupees of cash, Gold and other treasure in our religious institutions are corruption free or meant for something else.

Anna seems to have caught the fancy of Indias upper caste upper elite and middle classes. Right from the film stars to our business tycoons every one is taking oath to fight against corruption. The local businessmen, dibbawallahs, auto-drivers, taxi unions, doctors and government servants also seem to agree with Anna and want that corruption should be ended. The Prime Minister of India also want the corruption should go. Advani and Gadkari want to hang the corrupt except Yadurappa. Anna wants to hang them bu ...more
Answered by dalitvoice, 25 Aug '11 05:43 am

 
  
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Who knows he might be bargaining with Sonia.
Answered by Subhas Mitra, 19 Oct '11 06:49 am

 
  
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Yes
true and very much candid
Answered by anil garg, 25 Aug '11 11:10 pm

 
  
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