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Why should we keep trusting this system ?
for example Vaiko was defeated not by the people but by tampering of the Voting machine( There is a difference 23,500 votes poled and total votes declared) and All knew how P.Chidambaram trailing behind till last movement got the certificate from electoral officer even before the results were declared. Has the time has come for an out and out armed struggle ?

Asked by Mathi Sankaramoorthy, 25 May '09 02:26 pm
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System is good.Vaiko has lost his elelection due to peoples loss of faith on him.
Answered by anantharaman, 26 May '09 12:12 pm

 
  
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When u r in the ruling party every one is with u and anything can be manipulated
Answered by babu rao, 25 May '09 05:34 pm

 
  
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I don\'t think it is tampering of the machine. Vaiko was trying to tamper people\'s mind!. If he is very keen on Srilankan Tamil\'s issue, then why the hell he joined hands with ADMK?. Are people fools!!. Jayalaitha was trying to betray people by acting like pro-Eelam suddenly before elections. This paid her in this election. It is very sad that these crooked-minded politicians are using the tears of Srilankan Tamils as a political weapon in elections.
Answered by Balasubramanian, 25 May '09 04:22 pm

 
  
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If elections in India can still be won by manipulation than Masters of rigging like Lalu Prasad Yadav or Ram Vilas Paswan would not have lost. Out of two seats which Lalu contested, he lost one of the seats (which was in the urban area). In west Bengal with the kind of Goonda power that is available with CPM they would not have lost so many seats to TMC if rigging was possible. In Tamilnadu, all the constituency in Chennai used to be won by DMK. This time DMK candidate in South Chennai lost the election to an ADMK candidate ( if polls were rigged then DMK should have won). Vaiko of late has started acting like a buffoon. He makes highly emotionally charged statements on Lankhan Tamil issues and expects people are foolish enough to support him. People like Viako do not deserve to win an election. Last time he won because he had DMK's support and he was part of UPA and not because of his merit as a leader. For a person like Viako to loose there is no need to tamper with the voting mac ...more
Answered by Shyam, 25 May '09 04:07 pm

 
  
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