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A Toast to the Future P.M of India.

Discussion in 'National Politics' started by RoYaN, Sep 22, 2010.

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Who is the most capable person to be the Future P.M of India???

  1. Rahul Gandhi(Probable Congress candidate )

    25.0%
  2. Narendra Modi (Most probable BJP candidate )

    61.5%
  3. Mayawati,Jayalalita,Shrarad pawar etc....

    1.9%
  4. Some one one else(please mention who that person is ,if you choose this option)

    11.5%
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  1. Sid

    Sid Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    These are the men of honour, who single handedly stood against the tyranny and oppression of the government.
     
  2. Karthic Sri

    Karthic Sri <b>STAR MEMBER of the MONTH</b> SENIOR MEMBER

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    Some funny cartoons on the kid who pretends to be the Future PM of India -

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  3. Guynextdoor

    Guynextdoor Lt. Colonel SENIOR MEMBER

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    Ya, a few 1000 killed a few years is no issue at all.
     
  4. Sid

    Sid Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    no, not an issue with the people of gujarat!
     
  5. Karthic Sri

    Karthic Sri <b>STAR MEMBER of the MONTH</b> SENIOR MEMBER

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    Geez for how many days will these people keep peddling false figures and myths ?
     
  6. Rudrakx

    Rudrakx Lieutenant SENIOR MEMBER

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    to the members supporting Rahul gandi, please elaborate ?? Then why not Sachin Pilot, whats wrong with him ?
     
  7. aakash

    aakash 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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    1000's of muslims?? loool barely 500-600 muslims died! And HE murdered them?? lool He just let it happen, he did not MURDER them.

    And who did you vote for by the way? Rahul Gandhi? A son of an actual mass murderer who order the killings of innocent Sikhs following her mother's death? This in fact was in 1000's.
     
  8. Karthic Sri

    Karthic Sri <b>STAR MEMBER of the MONTH</b> SENIOR MEMBER

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    Au contraire...... he tried his best in containing the riots and did a fairly decent job in completely finishing it in 3 days.
     
  9. aakash

    aakash 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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    I know right? But let's hypothetically say he let it happen just for the argument sake with this stupid Congress supporters who can't see what the Congress is doing to the country! Gandhiji, Nehru and Saradar Patel are long gone! This is not the same Congress the whole country once loved.
     
  10. Anish

    Anish Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    Rahul gandhi's gf is the daughter of a drug lord in columbia.
    We dont want a PM who was arrested by the FBI in 2001 for smuggling money.
     
  11. Veer

    Veer 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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    Rahul Gandhi = Old wine in new bottle, no brain + casteist (he is playing caste politics in UP) + no experience

    Narendra Modi = This is the closed to the most deserving candidate but its style of politics fuels hate and distances minorities specially Muslims. Despite being one of the best, safe and impartial country some muslims gets brainwashed by SIMI/IM just because of babri issue or gujrat.

    Even when it was the Hindu who have first died in the Gujrat because of some muslim burned a train with pilgrimage and the last person to die in the riot was Hindu too because of the bullets of paramilitary forces controlling riots.

    No body talks about the deaths of hundreds of Hindus but rants about muslims. Why???????

    Because of the fact that leftist are over represented in the media + pseudo seculars + sonia gandhi's hate for Hinduism.

    Still the type of politics N Modi plays distances muslims and gives a chance to the anti India powers and there is huge hype surrounding Modi too.

    He need to play developmental and inclusive politics.


    Mayawati = she is self obsessed and arrogant more then caste politics its her arrogance which will stop her from being the perfect choice. But she can be PM in the era of collision politics which will be the worst day for India.

    Jayalalita = she don't have a national appeal but she is a capable leader for sure and can be a good choice if she shows some vision.

    Shrarad pawar = He sucks, he's one of the most corrupt and traitor alive. he is said to be the godfather of dawood ibrahim (One must remember that dawood is not dangerous because of underworld in Mumbai, he is behind fake currency and terrorist support structure that makes him big threat to India).

    Pranab Mukherjee = I think he is the most experience person alive (MP since 1969) having served under Indira Gandhi, Rajeev Gandhi, PVN Rao, Manmohan singh.

    1. He also has the distinction of being a Minister for various high profile Ministries including Defence, Finance, External Affairs, Revenue, Shipping, Transport, Communication, Economic Affairs, Commerce and Industry. :partay:

    2. He is best known face in the international community because of his decades long career and dealing every important issue and the main trouble shooter for the prime ministers.

    3. His honesty is beyond doubts:

    - Arun Jaitley openly says in the parliament that Pranab babu is the most honest and hard working minister in this govt. and he should changed sides with BJP.

    - Every political party respects him and listen him when he speaks (Even the left)

    4. He is not from Rajya Sabha like Manmohan Singh, he faces elections and elected by the people of West Bengal.

    5. He is very sincere, visionary and hard working.

    6. Unlike manmohan singh he is hard task master and gets angry and openly scolds ministers or MPs who don't perform. And he have a solution for every situation and just don't sit idle or just point deficiencies or helplessness.

    The country needs him for 5 years till we got some younger one with experience and credibility to replace him. :wave:
     
  12. Nirvana

    Nirvana Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    My Choice for P.M Arun Jaitley - A prominent senior Leader of BJP fit for the Job of P.M

    He is Actively Involved In Social Service and Politics Since the 70's fight against Corruption by J.P Narayan.He was Active leader during that Movement.Lawyer by Profession and Served for various Ministries During NDA's Tenure.Currently Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha !!

    If NDA comes to Power in next General Election,I Would like to see Him as Prime Minister of our nation but it depends if he takes up the job.Though he has never seen Himself as a Candidate for future PM and Supported Modi and Nitesh Kumar for Same.

    I Would like to see Him or Sushma Swaraj Leading this Nation.

    About Narendra Modi - I seriously don't think BJP Will afford to make Him as P.M and can face heavy Opposition if they do that.

    I Don't Support Congress for Next Election's and Obviously don't Support Rahul Gandhi for same.There are Many reasons but to say one i don't want another 'Gandhi' Ruling this Nation and Filling his Swiss Bank AC Further

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    Edit: To Add Another Point - I Don't Support Modi Either Along Gandhi !
     
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  13. Osiris

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    Gujarat leader Modi's rating on the rise whilst PM Singh struggles for voters' approval

    If a general election were to be held now, the non-UPA, non-NDA parties will have an edge, says a Nation Poll conducted in January 2012.

    The Congress, which has 206 seats in the Lok Sabha, will manage just 110 seats and the BJP may improve its tally to 140 seats from 116 seats in 2009.

    The survey adds that non-UPA, non-NDA parties will get 180 to 190 seats. Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi has emerged as the 'popular choice' for the post of Prime Minister. He beats Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi, who was the most preferred in 2011.

    As many as 24 per cent respondents favoured Modi as PM while 17 per cent wanted Rahul to take over the top post. Rahul had garnered 29 per cent votes in August 2010 and 20 per cent in January 2011.

    Modi, on the other hand, has improved his position. Just 9 per cent participants voted for him in August 2010 and 12 per cent in January 2011.

    According to the forecast, if general elections were to be held today, the UPA would get between 168 and 178 seats, with Congress managing only 110 seats.

    It would be the lowest tally ever for the Congress. Thirty-seven per cent of respondents blame that PM Manmohan as directly responsible for the price rise compared with finance minister Pranab Mukherjee (24%) and agriculture minister Sharad Pawar (16%).

    Only 26 per cent of participants believe that the Congress is the best party to address the problems of poverty and unemployment.

    Thirty-one per cent believe the BJP will be better for the poor, and 35 per cent will trust other parties.

    When asked who they would vote for if both Anna Hazare and Rahul Gandhi were to contest from their constituency, 60 per cent favoured Hazare and only 24 per cent picked Rahul.

    The Mood of the Nation Poll is based on a survey across 19 states, with a sample size of 12,648 voters drawn from 98 randomly selected parliamentary constituencies.

    The states covered in the survey account for 514 of the 543 Lok Sabha constituencies. The study was done between December 28, 2011 and January 12, 2012.

    RACE FOR THE NEXT PM

    Narendra Modi 24 (12)
    Rahul Gandhi 17(21)
    L.K. Advani 10(4)
    Manmohan Singh 10 (11)
    Sonia Gandhi 10 (9)
    Nitish Kumar 5 (5)
    Mayawati 4 (4)

    *All figures in percentage.
    Figures in brackets indicate
    Aug 2011 responses

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    Narendra Modi: Gujarat leader's rating on the rise whilst PM Manmohan Singh struggles | Mail Online
     
  14. Star Wars

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    sharad Pawar ???? how dare someone even keep him as an option...

    I am all for Modi or Jaitley ....
     
  15. Osiris

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    2011 Modi's support was 12% ,in 2012 it increased to 24% ..clearly the sign of good to things to come
     
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