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Is Kejriwal closer to Naxalites rather than to the mainstream politicians? After all they both reject the present system and want to replace it with a new one. Only their methods are different

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Asked by Vikram, 13 Oct '12 03:02 pm
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His method is peaceful revolution against the main political parties i.e. the Congress and the BJP. Since Naxalites believe in forcible changes including bloodshed, Kejriwal cannot be considered closed to them.
Answered by Francisco, 13 Oct '12 03:04 pm

 
  
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Unlike Naxalites, Kejriwal`s agitation is peaceful and non violent. His aim is an India free of corruption. He is for the aam adami and wants to clean the system that breeds corrupt politicians who misuse their position. The countrymen are completely fed up of these rogue elements and therefore welcome Kejriwal`s 'India Against Corruption'.
Answered by kishore malhotra, 13 Oct '12 03:24 pm

 
  
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So you are happy with present system ?
Answered by Naazneen, 13 Oct '12 03:03 pm

 
  
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