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Who should next serve India as prime minister?
Sri L K Advani:
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81 years old.
Erly college education: D.G. National College in Hyderabad, Sindh (now in Pakistan).

Graduated with a law degree from the Government Law College, Bombay University
Had been Deputy PM and Home Minister of India.

Controversies: Babri Masjid demolition and the consequences resulting in killing of 1000s.
Advani has been declared an absconder in Jinnah murder conspiracy case.[3] The case was lodged at Karachi's Jamshed Quarters police station, on September 10, 1947. According to sources a crimin

Asked by ankit shivam, 23 Jul '11 04:09 pm
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Narendra Modi. Who is known to use the office he holds (of CM so far) for ordering massacre of his own people by the thousands.
He assures goondas and lumpen elements(and his own police force) that they are free to go on a killing and burning spree for full three days ... and thereafter stop it, he tells them. With a lopsided mindset, he should be the beloved PM of those on his side. Not to worry about the other side as they can be taken care of by Modi. This time he order the para military forces and even Armed Forces to annihilate certain people. After all his hero Hitler had massacred 60 laks using govt machinery. So why not him?
He has been branded as a persona -non -grata by some countires including USA where his entry is banned.
Anna Hazare has indicted him in corruption too.
So, I think he should be made the next PM.
India deserves such person at the top. After all many praise him day in and day out ... so why not fulfil their desires?
Answered by QueSera Sera, 23 Jul '11 04:32 pm

 
  
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I will vote for Rahul Gandhi.. He is young and enthusiastc.. Let him show his skill.
Answered by subhash, 23 Jul '11 04:23 pm

 
  
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Modi is best choice
Answered by Union Tango, 23 Jul '11 04:18 pm

 
  
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Rahul Gandhi, in his nomination affidavit to the Election Commission says he received an MPhil in Developmental Economics from Cambridge University in 1994-95. He made the same claim in 2004. Cambridge University, however, says that he was registered for an MPhil course in 2004-2005 He however hasn't completed the course and has failed in it too.
Rahul Gandhi had earlier failed to get through from the St Stephens in India and Harvard, USA. Yet his beloved sister Priyanka sees him as a Prime Ministerial material
His mother and Super PM of India - Sonia Gandhi also falsified her affidavit by claiming to have attended Cambridge University, when all she attended was a language school in the town of Cambridge (she attributed it to a secretarial typing error)
Answered by ashok sharma, 23 Jul '11 04:16 pm

 
  
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I think Modi can become PM
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 23 Jul '11 04:11 pm

 
  
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I feel he is too old for the post some younger person should be given the responsibility
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 23 Jul '11 04:10 pm

 
  
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