Today I read news in newspaper about congress leader Shatru Ghan Sinha. He is candidate of congress from Patna. His wife is candidate of SP from Lukhnow. Sinha is supporting his wife and SP in UP and he is contesting election from Patna on congress ticket. He is congress in Bihar and supporter SP in UP. It is funny situation that a person is supporting 2 parties at a time. he said that family first and party second. It may possible that in coming day he also sopport BJP in other state. 

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  • Re: New Funny trend in India politics.

    by » 7 months ago


    There is nothing funny about it but this called opportunism of the top order. Not only Shatrughan Sinha but many other families have participated in elections from different parties. It keeps them in the power whoever wins. Besides people like Shatru and Siddhu are for the post of minister and not committed to their parties. They can change parties again if face defeat in coming election or even if they win and their party loses they might switch parties.. 


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  • Re: New Funny trend in India politics.

    by » 7 months ago


    Its very unfortunate that many of the politicians are opportunist. Such opportunistic politicians when elected are less sincere in taking developmental works. Rather they work for amassing personal wealth.


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  • Re: New Funny trend in India politics.

    by » 7 months ago


    A cunning strategy to ensure that whichever party wins, some one or the other within his family stays in power! It is only upto the voters to show such people their rightful place!


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    - W. C. Fields :)


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    by » 7 months ago


    I don't see how electing Shatrughan Sinha or his wife would make any difference to Indian politics in larger interest of the Indian public or why should we elect them? He belongs to movies and is a spent force even there, so he should have a rest (in peace) and spare us from his dramatics.


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  • Re: New Funny trend in India politics.

    by » 7 months ago


    suni51 wrote:

    There is nothing funny about it but this called opportunism of the top order. Not only Shatrughan Sinha but many other families have participated in elections from different parties. It keeps them in the power whoever wins. Besides people like Shatru and Siddhu are for the post of minister and not committed to their parties. They can change parties again if face defeat in coming election or even if they win and their party loses they might switch parties.. 

    It is right that it is also with other families. but I never listen that a person is one state favoring a party in other state opposing that party. In Bihar Sinha is opposing SP and in UP he is favoring SP.


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    by » 7 months ago


    Kalyani Nandurkar wrote:

    A cunning strategy to ensure that whichever party wins, some one or the other within his family stays in power! It is only upto the voters to show such people their rightful place!

    Voter are not fool what I am feeling others are also feeling it. Both husband and wife will defeat in this election.


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    suni51 wrote:

    I don't see how electing Shatrughan Sinha or his wife would make any difference to Indian politics in larger interest of the Indian public or why should we elect them? He belongs to movies and is a spent force even there, so he should have a rest (in peace) and spare us from his dramatics.

    They are thinking that they are famous film star so we can make fool to voters. But voters are not fool, They will give them lesson in coming election.


  • Re: New Funny trend in India politics.

    by » 7 months ago


    anil wrote:
    Kalyani Nandurkar wrote:

    A cunning strategy to ensure that whichever party wins, some one or the other within his family stays in power! It is only upto the voters to show such people their rightful place!

    Voter are not fool what I am feeling others are also feeling it. Both husband and wife will defeat in this election.

    Don't be so sure about it. Though many of us feels like Sunil , that people like Shatrughan Sinha has no bussiness in politics as they are unlikely to contribute anything positive for upliftment of the society. But there are still masses of people who are his fans and have already elected him twice.


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    by » 7 months ago


    They are not sincere politicians.  They just want to stay in power for their personal benefits.  They are oppotunists and are neither loyal to the party or to the voters.  I hope voters are able to judge it.  Neither husband or wife deserve to be in politics or win an election. 


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  • Re: New Funny trend in India politics.

    by » 7 months ago


    jabeen wrote:
    anil wrote:
    Kalyani Nandurkar wrote:

    A cunning strategy to ensure that whichever party wins, some one or the other within his family stays in power! It is only upto the voters to show such people their rightful place!

    Voter are not fool what I am feeling others are also feeling it. Both husband and wife will defeat in this election.

    Don't be so sure about it. Though many of us feels like Sunil , that people like Shatrughan Sinha has no bussiness in politics as they are unlikely to contribute anything positive for upliftment of the society. But there are still masses of people who are his fans and have already elected him twice.

    True...if the voters were so wise, the likes of Mayawati, Mamata, Akhilesh et al would never have stayed in power for so long. And the Gandhi family would have been ousted from Indian politics long ago! There are still masses and masses of voters who sell their votes for mere 500 rupees or a bottle of liquor and a plate of biryani!


    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


    Thank you said by: jabeen

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