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Cong manifesto promises Right to Food

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Amey Joshi
Asali Haramkhor
by Amey Joshi on Mar 25, 2009 05:08 PM

Congress is dividing country on the basis. We don't want any resevations now. Congress party has promised

1.free education -- from primary till the university level -- for students from Dalit and tribal communities.

Continuing its incentives for the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe communities, the party has pledged to pay the tuition fees for all entrance exams for at least one lakh SC and ST students every year, in addition to increasing the national scholarships for such students.
- Money from Open caste people and we will be bankrupt.

2.To check communal and caste-related violence- That means fake cases against Open Caste

3.The Congress has promised to implement reservations in the private sector for the economically weaker sections of all communities, without prejudice to the existing reservations for SCs, STs and OBCs.
- That means there will be no credit to talent and the basis of caste there will be job. God save us

4.Declaring a zero tolerance policy towards terrorism, the Congress has pledged to equip the police and other special security forces with the latest weapons and technology to counter terrorist threats. More specialist battalions will be raised and positioned in key locations across the country, says the manifesto. - That means more corrutpion by Congress Party.

So guyz u decide what u have to do now. Throw congress out and vote for BJP.

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arungopal agarwal
by arungopal agarwal on Mar 25, 2009 04:52 PM

Who is really getting benefit in SC/ST, only grandsons/daughters of those who got it earlier. No new needy is entertained. Congress is dare enough to correction.

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arungopal agarwal
by arungopal agarwal on Mar 25, 2009 04:45 PM

They have increased the salaries of govt. servants i.e. clerk/driver/peons 30000 p.m. no plan to provide employment to needy at least for Rs.100 per day.
Want to provide food to mint money by politicians.
Till we reform our political system, parties at centre must change after each election.

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`Right to Food' denotes failure of `Garibi hatao'!
by VASUDEVAN V on Mar 25, 2009 03:04 PM

Congress came to power way back in the 1970s with Garibi hatao slogan. They are still hataoing the garibi. Obviously they have failed so miserably that now they are talking of `right to food', which one thought is the birth right of every citizen and no need to emphasize in a manifesto. Along with `right to food', how about `right to proper health care', `right to corruption free government', `right to have only upright individuals (and not criminals)' as people's representatives etc. Well the list is endless, but nothing will come out of these so called `rights'. In this country the only right is the right of our politicians, cutting across party lines, to `loot and scoot'!

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Dattaprasad Prabhu
Congress manifesto
by Dattaprasad Prabhu on Mar 25, 2009 02:50 PM

Manifesto or (bio)-manuer? Congress has been seen masticating this manifesto using the equivalent words since 1967. Why they have maintained a deliberate silence over the offering of disclosure of the hitherto secret Swiss bank accounts by the Swiss government? The Inian black-money contribution ther is a staggering $ 1500 BILLION!

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Mahesh Jagga
Congress slogans and promises
by Mahesh Jagga on Mar 25, 2009 01:22 PM  | Hide replies

When Congress coined the term "Aam Admi ke saath" in 2004, they meant that for last fifty years they had not bothered about Aam Aadmi and now they realized the Aam Aadmi.

Now they want to give the BPL families rice @ Rs. 3 a kg which again means that they have not bothered about food for BPL families in sixty years in general and last five in particular.

What stopped Congress to implement this between 2004 - 09, food grain stock was overflowing (except 2008), our economy was booming and we could afford to spend the required 6000 crores, their supporters - Left would have happily agreed for this and their CMP was in line. But no sir, why should we implement something when we can get away with only promising it in manifestos.

Since independence whenever congress has confronted with a problem, it has always tried to play with the problem to its own benefit. Whether it is poverty, bangladeshi problem, Kashmir issue, Punjab problem, farmer suicides, states reorganization (Haryana in 1966, Jharkhand later and Telengana now).

And we keep electing such cynical and dynastic party.

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