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Do you think the bribe game for the trust vote, that BJP is accusing Congress and Samajwadi party of, was true or a staged one?

Asked by Pravin Dhanu, 24 Jul '08 09:15 am
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Its 100% true
do you think MPs are going to dwitch side without any benefit, knowing that they would be thrown out of party.

its a business going on. sibu soren has been promised a cabinet birth. US government for years is following policy of winning people in poor countries by paying them money. Mush inpakistan got huge money for supporting US. same is happening in India. lot of money has been paid to sign the deal and the same is being given to others.

the bigger question is politicians are corrupt, but what we the public are doing. we are the most corrupt nation and people in the world. politicians are taking advantage of our selfishness just as britishers did.
Answered by sudhir chauhan, 24 Jul '08 10:31 am

 
  
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I am also agree with the guy bharat dureja... that "BJP peaple did not want mayawati as PM of india. becouse mayawati Govt. may also lead to increase the inflation as well.
Answered by vineet kulshrestha, 24 Jul '08 07:44 pm

 
  
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How will audiences' guess work will help the situation that is already formally presented? Probably character building is the main area where the whole country, teeming with population is lacking. In fact there is a monumental task for avoiding such ambiguity...firstly to build one's own character and then to choose the most suitable candidate at the center...other wise these news just add to the stack of spicy news that can only end with some gossips.
Answered by Arindam Sarkar, 25 Jul '08 01:40 am

 
  
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Although it was staged, yet it is what ,is actually happening behind the scene.
Answered by Biman Banerjee, 24 Jul '08 09:04 pm

 
  
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I dont think it was true.
I think that even BJP people did not want Mayawati to become PM
Answered by bharat dureja, 24 Jul '08 09:19 am

 
  
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Although it was staged, yes it is waht, is actually heppening behind the scene
Answered by deepika acharjee, 25 Jul '08 01:23 pm

 
  
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The Political game so far played in our country, to keep fooling the innocents is a simple game
If you are caught and cant escape the charges Discredit the Cause.

The current Bribery episode - UPA Govt Trust Vote
Is the same kind.
The culprits are playing the same old and simple game once more..
If you are caught and cant escape the charges Discredit the Cause.
Answered by Aakash, 24 Jul '08 11:29 pm

 
  
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Yea, its true. In politics its not new. Media to be blamed for this that they dont continue the coverage. They are also looking for breaking news. We all lost the focus to save India.
Answered by Anant Digraskar, 24 Jul '08 09:02 pm

 
  
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Ya, thats true, but public remain confidance in Cong. As other partys could not kept their MLA in line how we assume to be the ruller of nation.
Answered by Rekha Mishra, 25 Jul '08 01:03 pm

 
  
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Definitely bribes have been given and taken. You can't prove it because of the power that the politicians weild. But brandishing currency bundles within the Parliament was I thought a bit too dramatic.
Answered by S. Ramesh, 24 Jul '08 10:54 pm

 
  
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