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EC slaps notice on Lalu

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Anand Bharadwaj
Ask RJD to remove Lalu
by Anand Bharadwaj on Apr 10, 2009 03:03 PM

As EC did to Varun by asking BJP to remove him. I urge EC to 'order' RJD to remove Lalu from contesting.

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vedic wolves.
by mailerumsfield on Apr 10, 2009 09:34 AM  | Hide replies

varun is vedic wolve like anyother wolve he is hiding himslf among crowd of peacefull hindu sheeps.eating them destroying them &hiding among the.

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Re: vedic wolves.
by Milind on Apr 10, 2009 03:50 PM
So you want peaceful Hindus to remain poor sheep all their life so that the green hyenas can come and eat them like they always did in past?

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Re: vedic wolves.
by mailerumsfield on Apr 10, 2009 09:35 AM
among them

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Political mileage
by Kamadhenu on Apr 10, 2009 09:07 AM

The Chawla episode is took a curious turn with the Union law minister’s remark that Chawla is tipped to be the next CEC and this is like rubbing salt in the wound.

It is inconceivable that a person deemed to be unfit for an EC’s job because of his alleged partiality to a party in power, is suddenly found to be the most eligible candidate for the CEC by the ruling establishment. Is it not politics of the worst kind to derive political mileage during the forthcoming general elections by having a pliable CEC at the helm during the crucial period

It is a very piquant situation now with the controversy brewing in the EC. Should the Government decide to brazen it out, it will invite accusations of complicity.

The ruling party, the Congress, is the apparent gainer from Chawla’s alleged bias. Can it then be expected to hurt itself by agreeing to remove him? There are two possible routes out of this conundrum. First, the government can release Gopalaswami’s letter and place before the country his case against Chawla, and rebut that evidence. This will imply that the Centre doesn’t believe the CEC. The second option is more agreeable that Chawla steps down.

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Sardar Patel
Electoral war
by Sardar Patel on Apr 10, 2009 09:06 AM

Varun Gandhi’s address in Pilbhit has become a full blown electoral war between the BJP and the Congress trading charges in which the Election Commission has been caught in the cross fire.

BJP general secretary Jaitley has said that the EC is biased in its view in not allowing Varun to contest. The Congress, which ignored the CEC’s recommendation to the President on Navin Chawla’s dismissal, built an impregnable defence, and named him as the next CEC in cynical disregard to his track record of proven bias for the party.

It cannot take a high moral ground now to defend the EC’s case. The controversy is now interestingly poised and is grist to the mill of the media
Hope the EC sticks to its rules

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Will CEC Chawla conduct a fair and free elections I doubt
by anjaneya on Apr 10, 2009 09:05 AM

No way CEC Chawla will ensure Congress win
Apropos It is baffling to note the government reject the CEC’s recommendation when Article 324(2) is emphatic that “the other ECs can be removed if the CEC approves their ouster.”

In the beginning, the Election Commission consisted of only the CEC. But the Congress (I) government just before the ninth general election appointed two more Commissioners in an attempt to compromise the independence of the Election Commission. It is curious how the amended rule (on January 2, 1990 by the National Front government), which restored the status quo ante, was negated and the multi-member body continued.

The Constituent Assembly had envisaged such disputes and had asked to constitute a collegium to decide on appointments such as the CEC, ECs to be above partisan politics. But the Administrative Reforms Commission cold-shouldered it. The Apex Court must be given the power to select CEC and ECs from the list given by the government taking the Opposition into confidence.

Hope the EC sticks to its rules and regulations rather than overstep its duties in the ensuing elections.

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Bskr T
EC overstepped its limits
by Bskr T on Apr 10, 2009 09:04 AM

EC should not have overstepped its limits if it has no authority to ask the party, not to field Varun, who spewed venomous remarks on a particular community wrongly, as a candidate.
It is enough if the EC takes care of the enormous responsibility it has at hand for the ensuing elections. As the BJP has not fielded Varun yet, the maximum the EC could have done was, to ask him to show restraint when he spoke. After being exposed by his utterances, Varun could have been warned not to make such public statements.

The EC has no right to order a ban on Varun from contesting the polls. Hope the EC sticks to its rules and regulations rather than overstep its duties in the ensuing elections.

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New York
by New York on Apr 10, 2009 08:01 AM  | Hide replies

Whether you like him or not, Lalu is the smartest politician in India.

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Byreddy Kumar
Re: Truth
by Byreddy Kumar on Apr 10, 2009 08:43 AM
Yeah...bz he ate gross and gave shit to Bihar

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Re: Re: Truth
by mailerumsfield on Apr 10, 2009 09:37 AM
lalu is grass root level man.he understands internal dynamics of our society.

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Mak Kumar
Re: Re: Re: Truth
by Mak Kumar on Apr 10, 2009 01:49 PM
yes he is a grass root level person so he knows best how to make fool of people for his benefit

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A Plea for action
by Vote on Apr 10, 2009 07:45 AM

We have politicians who create regional and religious hatred, politicians who oppose projects like Tata Nano for political gains.

We can change our political system by voting for the right person and persuading/educating people around you to vote for the right person.

Loksatta led by Jayaprakash Narayan(Former IAS)is the only party which said it will not use
Money,Liquor,Religious hatred ,Regional hatred to win in elections.

It is the only party which said it will not go for strikes to protest against government polocies but will protest in a democratic way.

For a country like India which has a 14% power deficiency importing nuclear technology for power generation is very important. Loksatta is the only party which was not part of the UPA (ruling coilation) which supported the Nuclear deal and urged other parties to support the deal which is very essential for our country.

When govt increased fuel prices because of the increased prices in gulf countries all oppositon parties did unfruitful works like using bullock carts to goto assembly. But loksatta is the only party which said we should reduce our dependency on oil (petrol) we should start using unconventional resources and fuel efficient technologies.

It is the only party which talks about providing good education and health facilities,infrastructure.

Let us all contribute by voting for the right person and campaign for parties like Loksatta which have great principles

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