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Y is corruption not a real issue in elections??

In India, we discuss all the imp issues at every nook and corner but when it comes to elections, we .....



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  #1  
01-02-2012
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Y is corruption not a real issue in elections??


In India, we discuss all the imp issues at every nook and corner but when it comes to elections, we forget everything and vote on the basis of religion, caste, loyalty towards gandhi family etc. we hv heard analysis on TV that 'election is a different ball game'.

We need to devise ways to connecting these issues with elections. It is just an image management in media (like Mayawati for Dalits, Mulayam for Muslims, BJP for sawarn people and Congress for 'God knows who'). We all would agree in reality these respective leaders do nothing for the community they claim to represent, its just an image. So lets find ways of creating a media image of these issues of black money, corruption, candidate's credentials important in elections not only for elite and educated but for poor, illiterate, rural and urban people as well.

For educated class I hv collected the following ways suggested by all of us:
1st is having a website dedicated to providing info on all the candidates standing for elections.
2nd Anna/website can endorse candidates which are really spotless.
3rd an open blog style forum to discuss the personal traits of the candidates.

Lets find ways for EDUCATING ILLITERATE PEOPLE WHO R NOT INTERNET SAVVY AND MAKING THESE ISSUES A REAL ELECTION AGENDA FOR THEM.

The profile of such masses (as against educated masses) is that they tend to worship their leader and not question them. They hv accepted the fact (from many generations) that leader and ruler is the same. They like the grandeur, arrogance and un-approach-ability of their leader. (Note Rahul Gandhi's speeches, he addresses them accordingly)

PS: Dont know if IACs people read our posts else we will hv to communicate the strategies suggested by us in a more direct way to them.
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  #2  
01-03-2012
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Agr aisa india me ho jayega to politiciens politics me intrest lena khatm kr denge
JAI HIND
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  #3  
01-05-2012
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Smile I think that is not the case

People who vote are ones who are lured into it...Most people(about 40%) do not vote, if we can make these 40% people vote the whole scenario will be different.
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  #4  
01-07-2012
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: Dec 2011
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We hv to think of
1. How to educate the rural poor and uneducated masses, who definitely vote, on what is the real importance of their vote, what should be the criteria of voting and how their vote affects not only them but entire country for a long time.
2. How to make the educated vote in all the elections, coz this 'sarkaar' will never make voting compulsory. The people who don't vote define elections as much as the people who actually vote
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  #5  
01-07-2012
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: Aug 2011
: Kanpur UP
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Rightly said bt the max population of voters belong to villages n there the politiciens purchase the votes by givin likqr n money n to educate thm is a tough task n our policy makers politiciens won't let it be
JAI HIND
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