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There is no dearth for bundhs in the country called by various political parties. But what is the end result achieved out of this?

Asked by Good Citizen, 08 Jul '10 05:00 pm
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As the democratic set up in India stands now, there ill not be any dearth for bandhs in our country, which ever political party is in power.Your question is about the fall out or consequences of these bandhs. First thing to bear in mind is that no bandh has ever brought pressure on the ruling party to reverse the decision that prompted the other parties to call foe a bandh. So, the necessary consequences of observing a bandh can be !) Economical: the industrial production of the country come to a screeching halt on the bandh day and the total loss to the nation in the recently "celebrated " national bandh was put at Ten thousand crore rupees.(inclusive of the excise and other tariffs like sales tax etc etc ). The people are put to untold miseries, exams are postponed in some states and where itis not postponed, students miss the exam, many of the important fuctions planned ell in advance like marriages etc, have to be cancelled, inability to access immediate meucal attention which hav ...more
Answered by thampy chacko, 08 Jul '10 06:54 pm

 
  
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BUNDH is the symptom of the sick mentality of India. It is unheard of in other countries around the world. Since both the ruling party and the opposition parties view each other as enemies instead of healthy counter balance powers of a good democratic government, the common man has to bear the brunt of these rat brained politicians. It looks like Indian politicians would never learn to sit together and sort out the issues across the table for the common good of the nation and its people. It is really a sorry state of affairs.
Answered by Tony Fernandez, 08 Jul '10 05:22 pm

 
  
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Bundhs have no results
but political parties are only too happy to hold them
Answered by anil garg, 10 Sep '10 09:10 pm

 
  
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