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Elections are proving to be a very costly affair. What's the probability of a poor man / woman winning any election ?

Asked by syed ilyas, 21 Apr '09 02:58 pm
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No chances now a days only rich person win the election because ppl vote on the glamour quointient
Answered by true indian, 21 Apr '09 03:00 pm

 
  
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A poor illitarate lady \"Munemma\" spoke about miseries of her folk to Chiranjeevi, when he first visted her village for a speach 6 months ago, he was so impressed, he gave her assembly ticket, and his son and brother-in-laws son, spending full time in her constituency for her win. She lives in a small hut. I hope she win this election. T. Anjaiah, bustand coolie became CM of AP, Gundu Rao, bus stand coolie, became CM of Karnataka. It is will power to win and lead, and having leadership qualities is more important rather than riches. Another example - Mayawati, originally a slumdweller, handpicked by Kanshiram
Answered by Chinna, 21 Apr '09 03:53 pm

 
  
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Poor man or a women can win only if a party supports.
Answered by SATYAPRAKASH AGRAWAL, 21 Apr '09 03:50 pm

 
  
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Congress closed the doors for all since 36 years
Answered by Sudhir Jain, 21 Apr '09 03:35 pm

 
  
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