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  • Re: Film stars, celebrities and politics

    by » 3 weeks ago


    anil wrote:
    MG Singh wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:

    Criminals and terrorists too have become celebrities here , thanks to our self serving politicians who go all out to sympathise with them in the name of secularism.

    This is because Indian democracy is seriously flawed and the representative's act does not TOTALLY bar criminals from contesting elections

    It is not possible, who will like to sign of their own death warant.

    If stopping criminals is as tough as you think then India is certainly going to be the worst democracy in the world. I would like to see much stricter rules while selecting contestants for legislative seats.After all we look at them as our rule makers and not the ones who are accused of breaking the rules.


    Thank you said by: usha manohar, Kalyani Nandurkar

  • Re: Film stars, celebrities and politics

    by » 3 weeks ago


    usha manohar wrote:

    Criminals and terrorists too have become celebrities here , thanks to our self serving politicians who go all out to sympathise with them in the name of secularism.

    Exactly! In fact, bigger the criminal better the mass appeal- example Phullan Devi, Lalu Yadav and the list goes on....


  • Re: Film stars, celebrities and politics

    by » 3 weeks ago


    suni51 wrote:
    anil wrote:
    MG Singh wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:

    Criminals and terrorists too have become celebrities here , thanks to our self serving politicians who go all out to sympathise with them in the name of secularism.

    This is because Indian democracy is seriously flawed and the representative's act does not TOTALLY bar criminals from contesting elections

    It is not possible, who will like to sign of their own death warant.

    If stopping criminals is as tough as you think then India is certainly going to be the worst democracy in the world. I would like to see much stricter rules while selecting contestants for legislative seats.After all we look at them as our rule makers and not the ones who are accused of breaking the rules.

    There are rules but what our politicians do is look for loopholes while Fielding candidates. I feel that certain ground rules like basic education qualification , no criminal record and no anti social bacground as laid own by the Constitution sould be strictly followed


    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Film stars, celebrities and politics

    by » 3 weeks ago


    usha manohar wrote:
    suni51 wrote:
    anil wrote:
    MG Singh wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:

    Criminals and terrorists too have become celebrities here , thanks to our self serving politicians who go all out to sympathise with them in the name of secularism.

    This is because Indian democracy is seriously flawed and the representative's act does not TOTALLY bar criminals from contesting elections

    It is not possible, who will like to sign of their own death warant.

    If stopping criminals is as tough as you think then India is certainly going to be the worst democracy in the world. I would like to see much stricter rules while selecting contestants for legislative seats.After all we look at them as our rule makers and not the ones who are accused of breaking the rules.

    There are rules but what our politicians do is look for loopholes while Fielding candidates. I feel that certain ground rules like basic education qualification , no criminal record and no anti social bacground as laid own by the Constitution sould be strictly followed

    At present it is almost impossible for a honest person to contest elections. Some we are also responsible. We are favoring criminal for cast and religion. A hard core criminal is hero for cast and religion from which he/she belongs.


  • Re: Film stars, celebrities and politics

    by » 2 weeks ago


    anil wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:
    suni51 wrote:
    anil wrote:
    MG Singh wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:

    Criminals and terrorists too have become celebrities here , thanks to our self serving politicians who go all out to sympathise with them in the name of secularism.

    This is because Indian democracy is seriously flawed and the representative's act does not TOTALLY bar criminals from contesting elections

    It is not possible, who will like to sign of their own death warant.

    If stopping criminals is as tough as you think then India is certainly going to be the worst democracy in the world. I would like to see much stricter rules while selecting contestants for legislative seats.After all we look at them as our rule makers and not the ones who are accused of breaking the rules.

    There are rules but what our politicians do is look for loopholes while Fielding candidates. I feel that certain ground rules like basic education qualification , no criminal record and no anti social bacground as laid own by the Constitution sould be strictly followed

    At present it is almost impossible for a honest person to contest elections. Some we are also responsible. We are favoring criminal for cast and religion. A hard core criminal is hero for cast and religion from which he/she belongs.

    There are a few who are very honest but the number is very small ..it is entirely dependent on people as to who they elect  if they decide to vote and bring someone with a criminal background into power , there is nothing much one can do. It also shows how immature the masses are.


    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Film stars, celebrities and politics

    by » 2 weeks ago


    usha manohar wrote:
    anil wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:
    suni51 wrote:
    anil wrote:
    MG Singh wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:

    Criminals and terrorists too have become celebrities here , thanks to our self serving politicians who go all out to sympathise with them in the name of secularism.

    This is because Indian democracy is seriously flawed and the representative's act does not TOTALLY bar criminals from contesting elections

    It is not possible, who will like to sign of their own death warant.

    If stopping criminals is as tough as you think then India is certainly going to be the worst democracy in the world. I would like to see much stricter rules while selecting contestants for legislative seats.After all we look at them as our rule makers and not the ones who are accused of breaking the rules.

    There are rules but what our politicians do is look for loopholes while Fielding candidates. I feel that certain ground rules like basic education qualification , no criminal record and no anti social bacground as laid own by the Constitution sould be strictly followed

    At present it is almost impossible for a honest person to contest elections. Some we are also responsible. We are favoring criminal for cast and religion. A hard core criminal is hero for cast and religion from which he/she belongs.

    There are a few who are very honest but the number is very small ..it is entirely dependent on people as to who they elect  if they decide to vote and bring someone with a criminal background into power , there is nothing much one can do. It also shows how immature the masses are.

    What people can do. Most of candidates are of criminal back ground. We have only option it is NATO.


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