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Politics : Do you think if a Third Front is formed with supports of all Regional and Leftist parties against UPA & NDA, it will be successful?

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Asked by Joseph Chacko, 14 Mar '12 10:12 pm
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If the sole aim is to be against the UPA and the NDA, the third front will survive till the results of elections and then there will be fights for the post of PM and important portfolios. Those who do not get big share of the cake will leave the third front and knock on the doors of UPA or NDA. Congress will extend outside support to someone and help to form the government. The moment Congress feels that people are fed up with that propped front, they will pull the rug and down will come the government like Humpty Dumpty and then it will be Congress led UPA or BJP led NDA again.
Forming third front is easy but they do not last long.
Answered by Francisco, 15 Mar '12 03:10 am

 
  
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It cannot be success and will not succeed .This is not the first time they are trying to do it. Too many cooks spoil the dish.
Answered by ajit ramdas vaidya, 14 Mar '12 10:20 pm

 
  
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Sorry to say this but the past experiences have not been good. Even assuming they are able to grab power, sooner than later, they will start showing their real colours and will try to prove they are no better than others. Because, parties of contrasting ideologies may speak of unity for the sake of speaking but cannot remain in a coalition with their contradictions.
Answered by S. Ramesh, 14 Mar '12 10:15 pm

 
  
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It will be most successful Dev Gowda was much better PM than Manmohan singh
Answered by loner, 14 Mar '12 10:28 pm

 
  
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If you involve communists, there won\'t be any stability.. they won\'t allow you to go for development. We have seen their 35 years ruling in Bengal.. yet the people there are migrating to other states looking for pet jobs. It is the only state where still human pulled carts are running. So don\'t dream for a third front, if formed, it will be a disaster.
Answered by vasudevan surendran, 15 Mar '12 10:45 pm

 
  
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May
Answered by anil garg, 15 Mar '12 06:07 pm

 
  
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Yes ..I believe it is the only way to save India.
Answered by BeHappy, 15 Mar '12 04:49 pm

 
  
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It will appear to be successful for some time till the glue of power holds them together
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 15 Mar '12 10:34 am

 
  
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Socialism is here to stay. However, if coalition is not on principles but just on power politics, it would never be sustainable - In India or anywhere else.
Answered by manish varma, 15 Mar '12 09:43 am

 
  
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No chance at all. first of all i doubt if it will be ever formed and if, luckily it is, it will fall like rolling pins within one year.
Answered by iqbal seth, 15 Mar '12 07:13 am

 
  
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