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Do you think the minority factions held back themselves from active lead in the Civil society , fearing the government could project them as foreign influenced and aided forces ?

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Asked by venkatesaldevarajan, 31 Aug '11 08:52 am
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Here I wud like to say.. that the Psychology of the Minority group is that they are not able to comeout from the shell, since they are not confident about the Leadership. Once they feel, that the Leadership is towards Universal good, they will join the cause.

I feel, we must be patient and allow them to come of their own.. They will join the cause..
Answered by Sharmila Bose, 31 Aug '11 09:31 am

 
  
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SIR , JISKE PAAS KHANE KO KHANA NAHI , JOB NAHI , SECURITY NAHI ,WOH BECHARA KO KYA MALOOM ANNA JEE , MAJORITY iNDIANS TO YE CATOGERY ME HAI , FIR MAJORITY AUR MINORITY KE KYA BAAT ? APAN TO BOLTA HAI CORRUPTION KE WAT LAGA DO PAN KYA YE KABHI HOYENGA KHAAS KAR JAB APAN AISA ALGAV WALA SAWAAL PUNCHENGA ?
Answered by GOD BHAROSE, 31 Aug '11 09:45 am

 
  
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The Second freedom struggle' is nothing but an attempt of the ruling classes to consolidate themselves. The Indian ruling classes today face an immense crisis, and are finding it increasingly difficult to sustain the mask of world's largest democracy'. Given the onslaught on the people and their livelihoodthrough the acquisition of resources such as land, forests and other means of livelihood; the steep price rise of basic commodities; the privatisation of health, transport, water, electricity and education the state faces the resistance of militant peoples' movements. And everywhere, the state is responding to this discontent and resistance with brute force. In addition to this central crisis, the ruling classes were reeling under the exposure of a series of scams such as 2G, Commonwealth Games, Adarsh Housing, etc. involving unimaginable amounts of money. It is precisely these circumstances that have given rise to an anti-corruption drive' led by the so-called civil society and made ...more
Answered by dv, 31 Aug '11 09:39 am

 
  
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This is what people from majority say on media but it is not correct
Answered by TRUTH SEEKER, 31 Aug '11 08:55 am

 
  
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Corruption: A Mere Symptom of Structural Exploitation and Oppression. Through its exclusive focus on corruption, 'Team Anna' in effect blinds us to the system where wealth created by peasants and workers is appropriated by the ruling classes. No doubt, a bribe running into crores is mind-boggling. Yet, we are asked to ignore a simple factthe amount of wealth appropriated by the corporations in the first place, which enables them to provide bribes of such an amount. Corruption itself is not a new phenomenon in India; it has been endemic to the exploitative and oppressive semi-feudal semi-colonial system which concentrates wealth and power in the hands of a few. But just as imperialist globalization has heightened the exploitation of the masses, resulted in the intensified feudal appropriation of the rural labouring people, massive corporate loot of resources, the selling of the country's land and other natural resources at ridiculously low prices to corporate houses already reaping bene ...more
Answered by dalitvoice, 31 Aug '11 11:16 am

 
  
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It may be the fear of losing whatever little concessions these groups are now enjoying now from various government programmes.
Answered by Dharmarajan, 31 Aug '11 08:58 am

 
  
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They r confined to their daily chores
Answered by dhanendra kumar jain, 31 Aug '11 10:12 am

 
  
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May be you are right, may be their complete faith in their community leaders had stopped them
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 31 Aug '11 12:38 pm

 
  
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