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Even if the Indian voters are ready to accept Annaji and company will money and muscle power eventually play its usual role here? Your views?

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Asked by Good Citizen, 10 Sep '12 03:53 pm
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1) Anna Team was a force to reckon with some time back. Not anymore. They are now disunited, a typical Indian disease. The well entrenched ruling party has been targeting their members one by one, the latest being the cartoonist.
2) Moreover, Anna Team is essentially an urban phenomenon. Unless you change the rural voters in your favor, there is no hope to make any breakthrough in the present scenario.
3) Now, it is the reality of India that the votes can be bought like any other commodity. Generally it works when there is no great upheaval in the society. So, whoever has more money and uses it to buy the votes, can walk all the way to Parliament with the victory in his pocket.
4) However, Anna says that he is not interested in forming a political party whereas some members of his team do not share that view. People do not trust a fractured team.
5) However, there is no harm in testing the water if their vision is long term one. If they are fickle minded, then they would wither ...more
Answered by Tony Fernandez, 10 Sep '12 10:26 pm

 
  
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I think, in no way , Anna jee alone, can change the Indian political scenario until and unless he aligns himself to a particular political line or being more specific , either to congress or BJP .

Irrespective of money or muscle power , if he wants to fight alone , even with his couple of followers , he will be just wiped out ......... kejriwal , kiran vedi , baba ramdev ....all have their hidden agendas either for power or money .

The nation can't run on single agenda of corruption .......... it has economic and foreign policies , socio -economic decisions , greater issues like child labor , women empowerment , science and technology for growth , alternative power source development and this needs an well organized machinery ........ just crying fowl for anti corruption can't bring him in power ................... irrespective of money or muscle power , people are no fool to put the nation in jeopardy ........so he has the only choice to fight being a party to the government a ...more
Answered by PARTHA PATHAK, 10 Sep '12 04:32 pm

 
  
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The politicians with anna ji maybe clean. how can we change the entire corrupted bureaucrats ? it may not be possible at all
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 10 Sep '12 03:54 pm

 
  
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