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In future do you expect the political parties line up infront of Tihar Jail and other jails for selecting the right candidates?

Asked by navneet, 28 Feb '09 03:35 pm
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Ours is a strong democracy and history is alive to confirm that no amount of violence, muscle power, money power, has helped a political party or a politician to expand its political base, stature , consistent growth or acceptability among the masses. In fact whichever party tried or sought the help of such gangs for promoting its interests by enrolling them into their party folds, such moves have always boomranged. The party or parties suffered heavily on such venturing. Had it not been so , infamous Foolan Devi , Member of Parliament, would not have been killed . Pappu Yadav and many other Yadavas would not have been behind the bars for many years now. Rather they should have been ruling the states. But this does not happen. Be it politicians, top bureaucrates or business syndicates, crime has never paid of. Sooner or later it takes it tolls and the parties have to pay a heavy price for such misdeeds. Bhindrawalan versus Indira Gandhi is the greatest example of such political patrona ...more
Answered by om sharma, 28 Feb '09 04:12 pm

 
  
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Samuel yesupada reddy of andhra congress is the biggest chor of the century.he looted 1lakh crores.one fir has been filed after a hc order.he ate up in 5 years what congress in centre ate in 55 years
Answered by advaita, 28 Feb '09 04:18 pm

 
  
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Yes very good possibility and the leading states would be Bihar, Gujarat and Maharashtra
Answered by Nashaat Quadri, 28 Feb '09 04:06 pm

 
  
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O - sure :D
Answered by conviction, 28 Feb '09 03:36 pm

 
  
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