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What do you think about todays Indian politics and politician?

Asked by anil kumar, 11 May '09 09:12 pm
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I cant understand that why we all r bashing Politicians only

Why dont we think that even our politicians r frm the same society, & not frm Mars
We the society shuld change first
then only we can expect that our politicians will be good for us

Even in daily life we currupt ourselves & others by giving bribe to others or getting in to the middle & not standing in the rows for train tickets etc

Even when our relatives who work in Govt jobs & when they will take the bribe we wont have any problems bcz we will say that even govt is loooting us so why dont we. This is reality with many of my frnds that they r ready to give punch to the politicians but they also think that their relatives who r taking bribe r not doing anything Bad
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Answered by Nirav Gala, 11 May '09 09:26 pm

 
  
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Politicians- don\'t even wanna talk about them
Politics- something that needs a sincere change
Answered by sm, 11 May '09 09:13 pm

 
  
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Let us start by thinking about ourselves.
Delhi\'ites were sneering at us Bombayities with our pathetic43% casting of votes.
Delhi\'s percentage was a respectful 53%.
What happened to our candle light processions and the vows, and the bold statements, post 26/11?
Now we have no business to crib. We will get the governmnet,
we deserve because of our stupidity, lethargy and just plain non-interest.
Answered by mohanbirsingh ghura, 11 May '09 09:19 pm

 
  
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Those who take part in it have treated politics as business. Naturally in every family child follow what parent do. In most of the cases business in a family is inherited. This is why most of MPs and MLAs try that their son or daughter or brother or sister follows him and take his position irrespective of party they are associated with. Previously Nehru family was an exclusive illustration to quote with and now there are hundreds of such instances when existing MP, MLA or minister try his family member also to come in politics and occupy powerful position either during his life time or at least after his death.

After all family members of existing rulers also belong to 110 crore Indian family. There is no much pain if such thing happens democratically and in transparent and through justified process and as per acceptable norms and practices. Problem arises only when one try to impose his family member without the liking of general mass. Ousted corrupt CM Lalu Pras ...more
Answered by Danendra Jain, 12 May '09 05:43 am

 
  
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Maun uchit hai
Answered by Dinesh C S, 11 May '09 09:16 pm

 
  
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I think ,there are better things to be thought about.
Answered by HEMA, 11 May '09 09:16 pm

 
  
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