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VILLAGEISM

IT HAPPENSONLY IN INDIA.

Untill now,the political class was ruling by dividing people on the basis of region,caste and religion.

Mr Chavan,the CM of Maharashtra has gone one step further.

He has announced a reward of Rs 5 Lakhs each to three villages in Maharshatra who voted him to power.

Next may be the locality and then the GALLI who vote for a particular candidate

Incidentally,who will foot the bill for the reward money??

As a helpless man all I could do was to stand in silence for two minutes.



let us CHANGE INDIA for INDIA OF TOMORROW.


posted b k chowla 17/11/09

9 comments:

Ugich Konitari said...

Does the election commission become blind and deaf after the elections ?

Vineeta said...
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Vineeta said...

Wat??!! Really where has the election commission gone?! Don't they have any laws against this?!

Vinod_Sharma said...

This is going to set a very unhealthy trend to corrupt voters and beat EC guidelines. If you make me win, this is what you will get. And this will start happening at each voting booth level, as data is available booth-wise now. How much lower can politicians descend?

Mahesh Kalaal said...

Democracy is wearing new clothes ..... fashion and trends :)

BK Chowla said...

Ugich Konitari,I would hate to say this,but Why is Naveen Chawla there in the first place after all the media coverage due to his alleged closeness to Congress?
Does it answer your question partly?

BK Chowla said...

Vineeta,laws are made by those who know how to circumvent the laws.
Less said of the election commission ,the better it is.

BK Chowla said...

Vinod Sharma,we are judging the politicians with our standards.They can go down to the dirtiest level.
In an interview with one senior congress loyalist on TV,he was very clear that people in general have lost faith in the politicians and in fact they hate them.

BK Chowla said...

Mahes Kallal,may be but I think it is going around nude and not bothered about those watching.

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