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Why are the indians opposing nuclear deal

16 Jul '08 06:53 pm
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Left are opposing the deal not the indians
Answered by satbir sharma, 16 Jul '08 06:55 pm

 
  
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It is sad in a democracy where 80% agree on something but 10 - 15% on the left has to be pleased for anything to happen.
Answered by Subba, 29 Jul '08 06:31 am

 
  
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Because, it has not been sold out to them in a correct way, and Left has been harping on its own tune. We as Indians do not know what is it ? How much electricity can be obtained? What will be its comparative cost ? Is it feasible ? How much time to implement ? and many more Q r unanswered ? Moreover, what was the reason that the draft of IAEA was not published and was propogated to be Classified, and what are the reasons that it has been de-classified now and not earlier? Unless, these Q are answered and Unless the Left comes out with its criticism, other than rehtorical ones, Indian people cannot decide and the manner in which Dr. M.S. has handled it coupled with his Pro-american and Pro West attitude and also the Bubble and bust of stock market in 1992 and 2008, the rising inflation etc, not considering that we r heading towards importing inflation and exporting deflation ?
Answered by jagesh, 16 Jul '08 11:36 pm

 
  
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Left is opposing it as they think we shall loose our sovereignity in matters of foreign policy. Which probably has some truth. But can a comparatively small power like us be sovereign in matters of foreign policy - and I would like to ask when we were sovereign? Even during the hey days of non-alignment, we were not; during Anglo-French aggression against Egypt at the tme of Suez Canal crisis, Nehru was the first international leader to condemn it. But only after 2/3 years, when Russia attacked Hungary, we kept quite like a mouse. Were we sovereign? I would like to add that our silence was not moral but it was practical. We were in Russian camp and that was the right policy of that time. In politics, there is no permanent friend - only permanent interest. The leftists feel going with communists power is sovereign and not otherwise, which I condemn.
BJP felt that they are riding on the crest of a wave and the inflation is a golden opportunity for them to grab power if elections are hel ...more
Answered by Sankar Mitra, 17 Jul '08 04:44 pm

 
  
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