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Does government want to divert the attention of Indians from unprecedented price rise to woman quota or by right of education bill

Tags: money, indians, education
Asked by Danendra Jain, 03 Apr '10 06:20 am
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Govt knows that it is beyond its control of price rise, it any how want to divert to some other issue and any govt will do that , it is the opposition who has to look after it and raise voice, but our main opposition is all for invain, it himself does not know what to do, for this and raise voce, every party seems to raise voice that too in larger form for womes resrvation rather that price rise,women reservation is imp and that can be looked after some times but price rise is the most imp, and all invain.
Answered by dude, 04 Apr '10 07:12 pm

 
  
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As of now , the Government is no longer in Command of things .
All rules are made to be broken , particularly in India .
The drafting of rules is such that loopholes are found and exploited almost as soon as the law is brought into force.
The lack of sustained protests from the public at large , is letting the government get away from its failures.
Answered by Sunil Dodeja, 04 Apr '10 12:53 pm

 
  
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The government is a formation of politicians and naturally they do what is to their liking
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 03 Apr '10 02:03 pm

 
  
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Yes, it's true
Answered by sudesh, 03 Apr '10 06:55 am

 
  
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