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Lalu-Mulayam -Ram (paswan) united. again there will be a flop show

Asked by Santonu Borpuzari, 26 Mar '09 11:04 pm
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Bad fortune of UP & Bihar.
Answered by sky, 29 Mar '09 07:09 pm

 
  
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The hand shake of these minion politicians is not more than the grand slam of late sixties. All three are in their declining political phase. They all have had their best more than what they actually deserved. They are sure to be rejected by the voters. Their communal, casts and criminal politics needs last rites on the banks of Ganga and Gomti in Patna and Lakhnow.I want to see them defeated fairly and squarely.
Answered by gurdial singh, 27 Mar '09 07:31 am

 
  
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It is too early to predict. only time will tell
Answered by iqbal seth, 27 Mar '09 06:21 am

 
  
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Lalu Yadav is a clever politician and he has now realized that it is very difficult to win considerable seats in the state of Bihar or retain his own seat under the rule of Nitish Kumar whose popularity among voters has increased sharply due to his hard work and serious involvement in solving the problems of the state and reducing the pain of voters. Mr. Ram Vilas Paswan has lost his vote bank and his is no more enjoying the image as well-wisher of backward class. He became Minister in central cabinet and fully ignored the voters of not only his constituency but also his state.

Similarly Mulayam and Amar Singh in UP understand very well that Mayawati is now having upper hand in politics. Congress party hurt by the action of SP has thought it better to face the election alone than to accept 3 or 4 seats out of 80 seats in UP.

All these leaders are highly egoist and their parties namely RJD, LSP and SP are based on no ideology but the personal image of its top leader. People of the ...more
Answered by Danendra Jain, 27 Mar '09 04:47 am

 
  
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