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Karunanidhi says that if A.Raja is found guilty, he will be thrown out.
Does he really mean it?

Asked by QueSera Sera, 08 Dec '10 11:04 pm
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I think congress and dmk are confident on cbi or it is a option to free from jpc issue.
Answered by manish vats, 08 Dec '10 11:09 pm

 
  
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No, He is joking and kidding the democracy
Anyway who has to told him that RAJA is Guilty.
Court of Law or CAG or PM or President of India or His own party cadres etc etc
Whatever it is, it will take min 5 yrs.( After going all possible appeals to Supreme court/ Bench etc
By that time, Karuna need not throw hm
Raja himself will be going out of power as MP.
Answered by hitler, 08 Dec '10 11:07 pm

 
  
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I'd believe the dude if he was facing a revolutionary regime's tribunal and makes the same statement. When immunity is guaranteed, u can make any amount of sweeping statements. Karunanidhi also has the privilege of ruling over the state of TN. If u followed news, Raja was welcomed like a hero there by the masses. The scandals he was involved in was largely treated as some central govt matter. Regionalism is very powerful in TN which gives leaders the ability to make such leg sweeping remarks.
Answered by A Moin, 08 Dec '10 11:07 pm

 
  
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