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Ms Mamata Banerji and WB politics, Mr Sharad Pawar and ICC ~~~ where is the UPA heading and what would be fate of Indians?

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Asked by Sridhar, 19 Jul '10 07:28 pm
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Not Indians. India's. Politics are now in shamples, built up on personality cult, with no common principles. Every constituency in India is going to have its own leader with a different political party banner. Irrespective of any party in India, it is going to be a common feature in future and the government will be formed out of political parties of numerous political parties with new name in Centre, using many alphabets in English language. Their only aim is just one - power by any hook and crook. Indians will keep on watching the joke, as they do always.
Answered by jim elzabad, 19 Jul '10 07:48 pm

 
  
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Bandh every day
Answered by conviction, 07 Feb '13 09:58 pm

 
  
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You have left out another major player named JAYA LALITHA of Tamil nadu wooing Sonia with the assistance of Rahul Gandhi to form an alliance only to topple Karunanidhi , CM Tamil Nadu . The same Jaya lalitha called sonia Ji by her Italian maiden name and said that a foreigner should never become the PM of India. Karunanidhi is a major player in UPA and yet games are on behind his back . Every move in politics is with a motive for personal gains and not for public benefits . As the saying goes " PEOPLE GET THE GOVERNMENT THEY DESERVE " , we deserved them alright . The signs are evident that UPA is going to break up very soon and we will be facing one more costly drama of parliament election where money , caste ,community power will play it's big role but not certainly for the prosperous future of innocent and ignorant Indian public ..
Answered by RAMASWAMY VENKATESH, 20 Jul '10 04:32 pm

 
  
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