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How long UPA Government will continue?
Even if they limb on whether they can really do any good to the country?

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Asked by Thanu Pillai, 24 Aug '07 06:28 pm
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The UPA do good for the country? Hah!!! I wish!!! Now, I have nothing against Sonia Gandhi's nationality, I don't give a rat's a$$ if she's an Indian or Italian- but still, the UPA rule has DENTED the public sector to a point of making the PDS almost extinct. And the CMP is being shrunk with each passing day.

In "crap poor inefficient to the core" Socialist India, farmers NEVER committed suicide because they could afford to eat, drink & sleep. The MOST BASIC right of humanity is the RIGHT TO LIVE, which is why murders are considered illegal in all civilized society.

By massively liquifying the PDS & eroding the CMP, the UPA has in turn denied our agrarian folk this very right- the right to LIVE, considering the LIVELIHOOD of the agrarian ppls depend on the PDS & CMP (because agrarian culture in India isin't mercantile). This isin't one village or a handful of people- we're talking 600-700 million here.

And internationally, they've flushed our position as a world leader ...more
Answered by A Moin, 24 Aug '07 07:19 pm

 
  
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UPA govt.'s count down has started and they cannot do anything much as they have no experience to do best things as they are well versed in staying in power without fulfilling their promises to the people like they have done for the past 50 years or so!
Answered by T A RAMESH, 24 Aug '07 07:37 pm

 
  
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Another three months
Answered by Alekhya Chakravorty, 24 Aug '07 06:28 pm

 
  
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