The very vital answer is no, because Congress received votes less than 43%, which is less by 8% for majority. You could verify even in Supreme Court majority judges 50% and above judgement is final, in Vatican City more than 50% judgement is accepted in world, there is no directives or guidelines in The Representation of People Act, and in Indian Constitution, saying that a candidate getting votes less than 50% is winning candidate. This is fraud committed by Congress since 1951, they never received more than 50% votes, even they were in minority in House of People, but rules the country. It is nothing but fraud on constitution.
Re: Whether Majority Mandates in favour of Congress
by Mahesh Waran on May 27, 2009 11:08 PM
Majority means, unfortunately of polled votes, not eligible votes. You have a valid point, but most democratic countries do not follow that. If people can't be bothered to exercise their voting right, you shall not make critical comments!
Re: Every 5 years India must elect a NEW Prime Minister.
by Fluffy Kumar on May 28, 2009 08:36 AM
So the F heads like NY are banned from planet Earth. Shoot them on sight, along with all converted rice bags.
Re: Re: Every 5 years India must elect a NEW Prime Minister.
by New York on May 28, 2009 04:06 PM
So the F heads like Fluffy Kumar are banned from planet Earth. Shoot them on sight, along with all converted rice bags.