will left doom the Indian government
October 17, 2007 5:43am CST
Threats from left for withdrawl of support to indian government is frequest these days ....will they really withdraw the support and push the country to next mid term poll? previously it was on 123 atomic deal now the are angry on price hike .......what u think on this issue ?
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22 Oct 07
No, never. They are going support the government to complete its tenure. You know this is a marriage of convinence. No body is bothered about the country. Every one knows that being in power is not as important as helping others to remain in power. Thereby you can get your work done easily by black-mailing the party in power. Typical example of this fact is what Chandrababu Naidu did in the last government. He used to get lion's share in all the alocations of funds for development. These politicians need some issue to discus and keep some targets busy thinking. They are experts. So, keep watching how, they turn their side.... I remember Mayavati (Present UP CM) saying that her party would remain away from voting on no confidance vote against Vajpayee's govt. This statement she made only in the parliament session. And can you believe...next day she was saying that she was against the govt. There are many examples of our politicians acting in a way that they feel that people have no sense to understand what they are doing....unfortunately, we have not been able to prove them wrong. After all in Democracy majority wins.
• Delhi, India
18 Oct 07
Yes, it appears to me that left's narrow thinking will one day doom the Government. Left is concerned with their victory and their State Governments, they do not appear to have any national interest in saving the Central Government. They do not know...how many crores would have to be spent if mid-term election takes places and consequently the common man will have to suffer.
17 Oct 07
Due to 123 withdrawal scenario a must to our government. Because every govt. should have strong opposition. Every party cannot be chamcha. For eveerything of goodness must have an strong hurdles. Threatens will be thwarted in due course due to our give and take policies, the best of our democracy.