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Why not uths coming is politic

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Asked by riya, 29 Apr '07 12:51 am
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All are waiting till they are getting 60yrs and above!!!!!!!!
Answered by thiagarajan ashwin, 29 Apr '07 12:54 am

 
  
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Politics is not a game like cricket or football. Win or lose we cherish the memories. Politics is the base for the Nation in our system. It requires experience, passion, balancing act and above all patriotism. Youth with their vigour may establish in life with a steady income so that they need not earn out of politics, then enter into politics with the real love for the country. Neo politicians are jumping into politics only to EARN big wealth.
Enter into politics when you are able to support you and your family with your own income, not from politics.
Answered by Ramasamy Nagarajan, 11 May '07 05:36 am

 
  
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They should be encouraged. I just wrote in retirement age of politician should be 50.
Answered by Prem Malhotra, 29 Apr '07 01:15 am

 
  
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Respected Madam YOUTH is already there in Indian politics.. but the old politicians... what would we do with them as they are not ready to leave their chairs....
Answered by manoj dhindoriya, 29 Apr '07 12:54 am

 
  
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Its a by birth thought of India that it will only can give us an unhealthy feature and in India realy politics is a thing full of corruption and the base of which is sub murged in groupisim and pulling and pushing each other for the more strength and more corporasy .Actualy these causes are responsible for preventing youth to join in politics.
Answered by Banashree Ghosh, 28 Dec '08 01:44 pm

 
  
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Hello! i m very interested in politics and i want ot join it soon in my 30's but when i wil stand would you support me? i want ot show all the politicians that yuth can change majors in contry. today we have more than 40% youth in india. i want ot see corrution less indian.
Answered by MANISH SINGH, 04 Dec '08 02:00 pm

 
  
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In India politics are not treated as profession. This is entirely a job of public service. Now a days youth require money to fulfill his requirements. Only duffer and corrupted people who belong to sub standard family or those who have got politics as paternal property they come in politics. To earn money politics is not a business this is the basic reason why the people from middle or lower class avoid politics to come forth.
Answered by Sogendra Verma, 01 Aug '07 12:13 pm

 
  
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Youths are coming to politics viz Rahul Gandhi, Girija Vyas Md.Hossain of Bihar ,one son of late Madhav Rao scindia the great leader and many others.
Answered by tripti mondal, 24 Jul '07 05:49 pm

 
  
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Because wants to waste his full in this stupid things now there is more awareness among the youngsters they donot want to make his like hell
Answered by divye goyal, 24 Jul '07 05:34 pm

 
  
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Elders do not allow, or may be youth is not that selfish.
Answered by naresh kapadia, 19 Jul '07 11:52 pm

 
  
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