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If govt is unable to keep-up their promises why should we bear them till 5 years, do we people of india have any right to ask them step down?

Asked by hari nadham, 13 May '09 10:23 pm
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We bear them in many ways like we pay heavy taxes on our income meant 4 the development of our country-good hospitals better roads, better/higher educational facilities, improvement in the transport system;but the Govt. allocates this money/expenditure in its own ways like defence, after the Mumbai attacks & Z category security 4 the leaders etc. and so money paid by us goes wasted inspite of the sweat & toils of millions of our countrymen. This is 'Parampara' from the times of Jawaharlal Nehru-ji our 1st PM & since nothing has changed or will change forever. So, even if we ask them to step down, our integrity will be questioned i.e. small leaders in our locality entrusted 2 answer will tell U in desi language like this " Yeh tere aukaad kya hai, yeh hamara desh ke parampara hai".
Answered by ranjan mitra, 13 May '09 10:34 pm

 
  
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We have sent them to perliament for 5 years listening to their lectures only. We have no power to pull down these cheaters untill they collapse by fighting each other. We voters must find out ways to pull down a failed goverment.
Answered by prabirb, 13 May '09 10:33 pm

 
  
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