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avinash kumar
Kushwaha want to do ramvilas
by avinash kumar (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2018 10:51 AM

He knews well that bjp is sinking ship so he want to ride on winning wave cong

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arungopal agarwal
Extortionist politicians
by arungopal agarwal (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2018 10:40 AM  | Hide replies

We have many, our system permits such politicians, EC and SC remains silent, Govt. at center is not serious to bring any harsh law for them, it suits to everyone, as every issue happens at tax payers cost.
Media enjoys and increase their value at the time of crisis to complete number game.

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Rakesh Dandekar
Re: Extortionist politicians
by Rakesh Dandekar (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2018 11:05 AM
The mesh of this country's democracy we the voter are 100% responsible because we never choose two national parties like western countries accepted. In India about 250 regional/independent/etc parties and we are go one voting them because they are our neighbor. voter should know one politician is jumping to other party during nearing election then voter should teach him lesson not to vote and give rest forever but in our country no educated people are voting only uneducated people after getting some rupees they will vote this is clearly highlighted in hindi movie Singham Return. So it is our responsible to teach the voters to cast your valued vote only two national parties to rule this country then all such type nonsense will stop and definitely the India will progress and some account corruption will stop. Such type of message i always highlighting but some people are born with critize instead of their responsibility for the country.

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Jayaprakash Balan
These are opportunists
by Jayaprakash Balan (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2018 10:37 AM

Even if many of their Ministers and MPs quit, it will make no difference for BJP in power in state or centre as the popularity of Modi outshines everything and every hurdle due to his shrewd style of functioning and power wielded in the party as well his absolute great pairing with the best strategist Amit Shah. Only those who leave BJP will be at a loss since Rahul Gandhi, Opposition Leaders or anybody would only be cheating them more. Its fine that in politics everybody is opportunist but to take advantage of that position, one needs to be master to know the perfect timing when to make noise or quit. Just leaving during election time will make no difference for the voters on a whole.

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hemant dixit
What agenda
by hemant dixit (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2018 10:07 AM

Bargaining a gain before saying good bye to BJP.
Opportunist India....1000years....same story repeated in India and India remain slave of others

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gms s
Kuswaha is absolutely right
by gms s (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2018 09:28 AM  | Hide replies

Please read again what he has said. He is not against building the temple....however it should not be the agenda of a political party!! Isn't this true ?

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Shantilal Parmar
Re: Kuswaha is absolutely right
by Shantilal Parmar (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2018 11:05 AM
Government is by the people and for
the people and hence its their duty to fulfill they demand and desire of people and its agenda

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nilanjan roy
Kick now
by nilanjan roy (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2018 09:47 PM  | Hide replies

Upendra Kushwaha not made money. So, now joining Congess, if can earn good corrupted fund.

He should be kicked out soon.

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Mohan Ranganathan
Re: Kick now
by Mohan Ranganathan (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2018 10:07 AM
One who criticise BJP is a bad person is not a good thought.

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anup n nilawar
by anup n nilawar (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2018 08:33 PM

You can quit NDA, but do not portray yourself above Graound

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Truth Prevails
By pulling out, they get negotiating power
by Truth Prevails (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2018 07:40 PM  | Hide replies

By pulling out these parties get negotiating power after election.

They pull out now and later put a price tag to themselves after elections.

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Re: By pulling out, they get negotiating power
by Gladyschellam (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2018 09:16 PM
Many parties are riding on the back of leading political parties - inclusive of two popular national parties. Normally it is common among people/individuals.

Cat on the wall - waiting for pulse of the people and decide.

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