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Modi is far ahead of others in Rediff poll who should be the next Indian PM. Are you shocked?

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Asked by Good Citizen, 11 Apr '13 11:37 am
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There is mo question of shock. Whether I like someone as PM or not cannot be final. The Indian PM comes as a result of broadest political consensus in a particular political scenario. If the If the winning political combination ( post Poll or Pre poll ) it has to be accepted that he enjoys the support of the majority.?. Who am I to challenge it? However, as far as me is concerned. Arun Jailtey is way ahead as a Prime Ministerial candidate. He is a clean politician with acceptability spread over whole of India, acceptable to middle class intelligentsia, free from any controversy, well versed in parliamentary practices, as leader of Opposition he is thoroughly conversant with the administration and foreign diplomats and dignitaries. Being an eminent lawyer, he is ashamed of speaking anything that lacks reason and philosophical vindication. I never expect from or noticed in Narendra Modi. Arun Jaitley is lot heavier and serious personality.

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Answered by soumyen sarkar, 11 Apr '13 09:16 pm

 
  
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Not shocked... as it's a reality . But it is in polls . In our country, the percentage of people who cast their votes are still about 60-70 percentage. By the way, if BJP will win with majority( without any supportive alliance), then only it can happen. Also let BJP declare it's PM candidate....
Answered by suvakanta samantray, 12 Apr '13 11:45 am

 
  
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This is India and not US. In US the country elects a president where these kind of polls, debate, discussion makes sense. In India selection of PM is not in voters hand. Voters vote depending on party pitches. Some would vote for what the party promises to give in kind if it comes to power, some on the basis of how much, cash booze and biriyani is given by the candidate for voters to vote, some would vote on the basis of caste, religion etc of the candidate and so on. For anyone to become a PM the party or group that is backing him should first have the requisite numbers to form the government. These types of votes has some meaning if the country votes for a PM. Since country does not vote for a PM it would make better sense to conduct poll on which party is likely to form the government.
Answered by Shyam, 11 Apr '13 09:50 pm

 
  
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Not shocked as it will not happen
Answered by rajan, 11 Apr '13 12:20 pm

 
  
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Modi is best. he is great leader....great man.
Answered by student computer, 11 Apr '13 11:42 am

 
  
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Let the Numbers come out first-As such Congress will remain the single largest Party in terms of MP's in the next elections-Please mark my words!!
Answered by RANGBARSE, 11 Apr '13 11:39 am

 
  
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