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''I have not hurt my father''s legacy''

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roollak virgo
Arjun singh was a cabinet misnister only to protect his health
by roollak virgo on Apr 24, 2009 10:03 AM

The congress having kept Arjun singh in the ministry in itself is a greast sacrifice at the cost of Natnaion making . All the goverment did was paid his medical bills. If his kids want to be in politics let them work on the ground for 3-5 years and can consider for next assembly elections

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BadriPrasad Nagoji
Arjun Singh
by BadriPrasad Nagoji on Apr 24, 2009 10:03 AM

Till the time arjun singh, and like of him are in the indian politics, india will not witness any development.

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Sandy Sandy
by Sandy Sandy on Apr 24, 2009 09:58 AM

Legacy means wht dividing people on caste that who should get reservation.

Thats why u have not got ticket from his own party.

He should have shown Congress that u r SC/ST/OBC definetly they would have given ticket for LOK Sabha.

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What are Arjun Singh's credentials?
by Prasad on Apr 24, 2009 08:56 AM  | Hide replies

Arjun Singh is nothing but a servant in the Gandhi family home. Of course, Manmohan is one better ... he the Muneem ji. Does Arjun have any self-respect to feel hurt. Narasimha Rao did the best thing with people like Arjun Singh. He was kicked out of the party like a cur. This is what he desrves, this whimpering mongrel.

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Jai HO
Re: What are Arjun Singh's credentials?
by Jai HO on Apr 24, 2009 09:53 AM
Well said.

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Re: What are Arjun Singh's credentials?
by R on Apr 24, 2009 09:24 AM
He is a self-proclaimed servant. He has miserably failed to earn self-respect. He thinks he is important, but nobody thinks so.

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Re: What are Arjun Singh's credentials?
by redeeff on Apr 24, 2009 09:55 AM
many shout here -
congress members are disciplined-
that does not mean all r servants-
if u work for TATA.GOVT OR ANY CO. R u not called a servant?
our culture is so,our leaders never obey any other than gandhi as head-thats y we r not able to build a strong national party yet,JP,JD,LD,samata-JUST REMEMBER THOSE DAYS N EFFORT OF JAI PRAKASH NARAYAN.

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Prem Mohan
Re: What are Arjun Singh's credentials?
by Prem Mohan on Apr 24, 2009 09:27 AM
Whatever may be the status of Arjun Singh, I think he has encouraged and sponsored his daughter to fight this election.

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Abhishek Anand
Re: Re: What are Arjun Singh's credentials?
by Abhishek Anand on Apr 24, 2009 09:42 AM
this is a "vanshwad" in democarcy

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Rajesh Vyas
Re: What are Arjun Singh's credentials?
by Rajesh Vyas on Apr 24, 2009 10:05 AM
Dear Prasad:

Very incisive and an excellent analyses of two SYCOPHANTS!!!! They should have no place in our polity. Arjun Singh is a flunkie of the highest order wheras Manmohan Singh, a learned man has become a Munimjee as you righty put it.

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Bodh Ramdeo
Nepotism anyone?
by Bodh Ramdeo on Apr 24, 2009 06:52 AM  | Hide replies

Like petulant infantile tantrum-throwing children, if they can't have their way, they jump nto the next bandwagon- these people stand for nothing, have no thical or moral underpinning- they are self-seeking scumbags, out for their own glory and personal enrichment only and the heck with the aam aadmi once they get themselves elected- happens every time without fail, and yet the brainless insipidly stupid aam aadmi keeping voting for the same criminals and hucksters.

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rohit sharma
Re: Nepotism anyone?
by rohit sharma on Apr 24, 2009 09:37 AM
very rightly said..favouritism has always been the backbone of indian policitcs.. and people in their daily life always seek for the same.. yes there can always be a constituency with no votes cast... no vote for such poiliticians till there is another option...

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