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Is Varun Gandhi a victim of political vendetta?

Asked by dino moreyeah, 30 Mar '09 09:39 am
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A big yes. everyone knows that what he said is true but no one are having the guts to support him openly for they are afraid they would loose the secular tag.to hell with secularists.
Answered by narendra shenoy, 30 Mar '09 02:53 pm

 
  
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Yes.... it is true that a hanful of fanatics who are muslims are ruining our country. But to state it in election platform and generally classifying all muslims in the group amy not be politicallycorrect in a emocratic country .But what he said is only a reaction of year sof congress appeasement governanace.
Answered by krishna iyer, 30 Mar '09 03:02 pm

 
  
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Definitely yes, there are many other politicians who make more provocative speech but they are all ignored by the ruling congress. But when it came to Varun they are making all noices. Probably they are all afraid of mr. Varun's popularity. esp the minority loving parties,
Answered by Koduvayur, 30 Mar '09 03:23 pm

 
  
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Yes. He is being charged deliberately for attempted murder when he made no such attempt. "Pseudo secular" congress and self seeking congress are at the game. In AP when Krishna Madiga caused the death of security men and rioted at Gandhi Bhavan pseudo secular congress did not even condemn that action.
Answered by IRAGAVARAPU JAGANNATHASWAMY, 30 Mar '09 04:15 pm

 
  
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Ofcourse
Answered by Ravi, 30 Mar '09 04:12 pm

 
  
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Yes. Definitely. Considering the haste and the aggression that is being shown be the rulers, I must say this is a case of vendetta. Even a terrorist like Kasab is getting better treatment. Look at Afzal Guru, he is also in a better position. When there is only a CD which can't be a conclusive proof without going through Forensic testing, how can he be booked under laws like NSA?

If this doesn't smack of Poilitical Vendetta clubbed with Minority appeasing, then I must say... I don't understand Politics and Secularism. But unfortunately... These people have only emboldened the rabble-rousers in UP and the BJP till yesterday a party bereft of issues has gained significant momentum in UP. The Press, TV and out Secular Fundamentalists have given them an issue on a platter!
Answered by Govind Raj, 30 Mar '09 04:02 pm

 
  
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100% yes ----he is post graduate in economics from england ,educated and qualified --unlike his cousin rahul who is being fanned for becoming future pm of india .
Answered by HARIJIBAN BANERJEE, 30 Mar '09 03:56 pm

 
  
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Yes.... it is true that a hanful of fanatics who are muslims are ruining our country. But to state it in election platform and generally classifying all muslims in the group amy not be politicallycorrect in a emocratic country .But what he said is only a reaction of year sof congress appeasement governanace
Answered by ASIF, 30 Mar '09 03:52 pm

 
  
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VARUN should be posted as PM of India, the Ministry that should be retained by him is HOME, External Affairs & Defence.
Answered by Suniti Kumar Chatterjee, 30 Mar '09 03:39 pm

 
  
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Yes
Answered by Prasant Ratha, 30 Mar '09 03:35 pm

 
  
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