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Do you think real meaning of Aam Aadmi is a mango , and government can suck him like a mango ?
Pranab Mukharji is introducing new GST regimn , Service Tax will be 16% ( up from 10.2% now )and tax on goods 20% , This would mean you need to pay 5.8% extra on your insurence premium , telephone bills , Hospital claims from mediclaim and any and every service you use.

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Asked by Batao Na, 23 Jul '10 09:34 am
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Yes Aam Admi is Mango.. and paying Dowry to recognised a Exploitive Ruler.. Just the way a Greedy Husband put various demands and squeze the parents of Wife and demand Dowry otherwise the brutality towards the Wife.. Naxal crisis/ Maosim and Terrorism is a brutality towards the Regime othewise pay THE DEMANDED TRIBUTE :))))))))))))))))))) THIS IS MACRO DOWRY..
Answered by Sharmila Bose, 23 Jul '10 09:45 am

 
  
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The term Aam Aadmi Applies to those majority of the population who don't pay insurance premium because they can't afford to take up a policy. It Applies to those who can't even buy a toy telephone in the village mela for their kids to play with, leave alone paying a telephone bill. It Applies to those majority who don't even go to the village health center (where free treatment is supposed to be given) because they do not have the 50 paise to give bakshis to the attender.
The term Aam Aadmi Does Not Apply to those employed in government and whose life style changed after the 6th pay commission. It Does Not Apply to the city bred and 10th pass English speaking kid who works in a call center and earns at least 10K a month. It Does Not Apply to those youth whose starting salary today is almost equivalent to what the last generation drew as salary at the time of retirement after slogging in the same organization for 35 - 40 years. In short a person who can afford to buy Aam (during seaso ...more
Answered by Shyam, 23 Jul '10 12:12 pm

 
  
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Aam aadmi means general public dear
Answered by Shiva, 02 Dec '10 04:32 pm

 
  
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We can not even do much
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Answered by anil garg, 23 Oct '10 01:12 am

 
  
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