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Will Kejriwals party contest the coming Lok Sabha elections? If so will it have any impact nationally? Your views?

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Asked by Good Citizen, 04 Oct '12 05:26 pm
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Yes, it will contest the upcoming elections & i am sure it will have the desired effect on the Indian polity & its political system which has been rotten to the core by the corrupt politicians & the coalition politics which has proven to be a road block in the implementation of much needed reforms. Even if they dont win a huge number of seats they would make their presence felt which should start the process of building a new corruption free Nation!!
Answered by dharamender nebhnani, 04 Oct '12 08:29 pm

 
  
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Intention appears to be there to contest the Lok Sabha elections, which, under normal circumstances is about a couple of years away.

Within this time, the Party, which is yet to be named and its charter published, will have a lot of spade work to do to be able to stand up and sponsor candidates for the election. They will require money to contest on a large scale. Initial period will be strenuous. Party building takes a long time - particulary those floated by people who were hitherto not in politics.

The moot point, according to me, is its ability to sustain itself after formation. It is difficult not to be completely corrupt free party. Only time will tell.

But I would wish it well !
Answered by S. Ramesh, 04 Oct '12 08:06 pm

 
  
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1) There is every likelihood of his party contesting the next general election unless all the political parties conspire to thwart the registration of his party on one or other ground. Nothing could be ruled out at this stage of the ill intentions of the well entrenched political parties.

2) More than the number of the seats his party could get in the next general election if at all it contests, it is going to prove one thing definitely as to whether the so called well informed urban and rural voters are for the corruption free India or not and whether they can raise above the narrow caste and community considerations in favor of better India.

3) Now that is a billion dollar Q!
Answered by Tony Fernandez, 04 Oct '12 11:28 pm

 
  
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Yes! They will. But there is no impact nationally.
Answered by sankaran iyer, 04 Oct '12 05:29 pm

 
  
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This is not U.S of A where a Clinton or an Obama could come from the obscurity of State politics within a span of ten years and become Presidents. For whatever reasons right or wrong, they were seen as the right people who understood the state of the nation at crucial moments and people wanted a change to take them out of the crisis they were in. Clinton was highly successful, the reason he got reelected in the middle of a crisis relating to his escapades right in the Oval office. So too with Obama.

But that kind of a chance doesn't exist in India. Here youth starts at fifty years, no wonder Rahul baba is still an amul baby at forty two, two years older than Rajiv when he became PM. But the difference is that, in Indian perception you grow up only when the parents are gone and till then they are expected to hang on to mama's pallu and suckle lolly pops. And even where people have been in the filed for thirty years, they are finding it difficult to retain any grass root support beca ...more
Answered by Omega, 04 Oct '12 09:28 pm

 
  
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Kejriwal congress ke saath mila huaa hai ,,,,, congress chahti hai anti-congress vote bant jaye bas
Answered by Jaikishan Bulchandani, 04 Oct '12 05:28 pm

 
  
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