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*******bharatiya prajarajya party*******.....




  #1  
08-04-2012
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*******bharatiya prajarajya party*******
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  #2  
08-06-2012
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No... As I said ...
Party name should be - "LOKPAL" Because Name itself is like peoples ruled party, I hope people will always remember for what reason the name you kept as Lokpal.
Moreover it will attract people to give vote to this party because the Word LOKPAL already spread across country and now less publicity required with the name LOKPAL.
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08-06-2012
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Media & Anna's Movement

Our national media acts very quick. It generally guesses , discusses and predicts almost all important national happenings . Anna's movement is no exception to it. Almost all T. V. channels and newspapers are now busy discussing Annna's next move and his decision to disband his core committee.
What surprises me is the media's complete silence over the ruling party's and all other national parties complete silence over the Jan Lokpal Bill . In tandem with the end of the fast , the U P A was quick to announce that the Jan Lok Pal Bill will not be taken up in the monsoon session of the Parliament. Does it not speak UPA' apathy to the corruption issue ? Does it not convey the message that our political system is completely devoid of honesty ? Why the other political parties have maintained such a holy silence over this issue ?

I wish that our media discusses this aspect also . There is a lot behind the obvious.

J R Mohan.
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08-06-2012
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kaha aap log party bana rahe ho???....anna ji ne mana kr diya
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  #5  
09-25-2012
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Doesn't matter.... now everone is Anna..mai bhi anna tu bhi anna ..BTW motto is common, so keep going.
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09-25-2012
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Death of a Movement

The fears have materialized. Anna's long silence broke with his rejection to form a political party . The other sad part of the story was the split of his core team.Now it stands as a house divided .

It has been seen that often popular movements take off well , get public support too but flounder as they lack a definite road map to attain their aim. Anna's movement fell in this category. It had ends in its perspective but the means were undecided. Call it a strategic failure.


However there were bright sides too. The movement showed that corruption is a big issue with the Indian masses and they feel very strongly about it. It also showed their helplessness to deal effectively with the issue.

A reason for the political parties to rejoice.

J R Mohan
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  #7  
09-26-2012
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BHRASTACHAR is a common word understood by masses and basic aim is fight this so I suggest "BHRASTACHAR MUKTI DAL".
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