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Now Narender Modi is being said capable most candidate for the post of prime minister even by top industrialists. Do you too agree with them all?

Asked by Sanjay Mehta, 17 Jan '09 03:31 pm
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Nope.....................narendra modi is businessminded person.....he just making every1 fool he is not developing but destroying gujarat.....
Answered by krunal modi, 17 Jan '09 03:31 pm

 
  
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Yes I fully agree because Narendra Modi is the most active person in politics who is honestly and sincerely working. But unfortunately dirty lot of politicians in the country tarnishing his image by communal tag.
People say sometimes that the capitalism is dead and confined to negligible limited section of the society and at some other time same people say that socialism is dead because there is no lust for development .But in my view neither capitalism nor socialism or communisms is dead or bad for the society. Those people are as good as dead who enforce the system of capitalism or socialism not for overall growth of the society but only for serving the short term interest of a very short group of elite person, own political party and own kith and kin. System, rules, processes , laws , policies are never bad in our country .It is always the enforcing agencies and behind them the groups of dirty politicians who are bad and too corrupt that all good policies fall flat in their hands. ...more
Answered by Danendra Jain, 18 Jan '09 10:23 am

 
  
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Well,yes
Answered by anil garg, 23 Mar 02:17 am

 
  
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I think they are right. He is the most efficient, earnest, daring and clean politician with dedication and conviction.
Answered by Rajendra G, 09 Aug '12 01:16 am

 
  
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First Narendra Modi ought to learn to deliver good statements and words which could impress the countrymen as well as foreigners.
Answered by Ravindra Yadav, 11 Apr '11 09:21 pm

 
  
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Yes, i agree, he deserve. for this.
Answered by vinod, 06 Feb '11 10:54 am

 
  
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Mr. Mehta, I do respect our industrialists as persons, but I would ABSOLUTELY NOT vote for the PM candidate selected by industrialists. A PM chosen by industrialists would favour initiatives only to improve India Inc. THen the REpublic of India will rot more.....

I would accept a Finance MInister or a Trade Minister from someone who an industrialist suggests but not the PM.

Sanjay, did u know that in order to create a "positive investment atmosphere" in our Tribal belts, our industrialists have SUPPORTED the SALWA JULUM initiative? The SAlwa Julum is a mercenary force that employs underage people in its armed ranks, and their main job is to clear out villages and relocate them to CRPF camps.

I dunno, u want a list of industrialist suggested leaders?

Hideki Tojo.
Benito Mussolini. ...more
Answered by A Moin, 17 Apr '10 03:20 pm

 
  
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The quality of administration and achievement by the State or Central Government is the basic to determine which is better. Just take the last five or ten years and compare the quality of administration and achievements by each State and by the Central Government. Also take into consideration the public funds wasted on the plea of foreign tour frequently without any purpose. and other Govt. funcations just to make advertisement about themselves at the cost of the public. You can easily come to the conclusion as to who is better among the lot.
Answered by sarma sarma, 17 Jan '09 06:25 pm

 
  
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No doubt Narender Modi is a very capable candidate to be PM. What about his credentials as secular man?
Answered by Durlabh Khanna, 17 Jan '09 05:45 pm

 
  
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Industrialist are not common people. They have their own interest in mind. Common people hardly mind their own interest. So, though from two perspectives the choice were expected to be different, but there is tremendous similarity. The poor people respect the view of middle class and almost in the same vain majority of middle class people value the sentiments of captains of industry without realizing whether their interests would be safeguarded or not. Sometimes, for this kind of people Democracy is been relegated to the breeding ground of mediocrity. If even in spite of B.J.P's victory, Narendra Modi is not chosen as P.M it would be due to B.J.P's own matter. It has nothing to do with public opinion. After election the electorate become irrelevant mass.
Answered by soumyen sarkar, 17 Jan '09 03:49 pm

 
  
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