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RE: we can flush out corruption from India



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The basic problem is this. Political parties are controlled by well
entrenced goondas and thugs.

What can you expect from a parliament and state assemblies infested with

lawless rowdys? Uphold the law? and guide the country to greatness?

Educated and honest people should give up their "keep away" attitude
from
politics, form a political party and actively enter politics so that the

goons are weeded out.

The common man wants such a party. The time has come!! and it is time to
get
another freedom from corruption and goondas that rule us.




>From: "Rajeev Sinha" <rajeevksinha@hotmail.com>
>Reply-To: debate@indiapolicy.org
>To: debate@indiapolicy.org
>Subject: RE: we can flush out corruption from India
>Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2001 08:42:08 -0700 (PDT)
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>Dear Mr. Chawala
>
>I highly appreciate your views about my suggestions on removing
>corruptions.
>I also read the open letter written by you people to the Prime Minister
Mr.
>Bajpai and I strongly support your views. Though Mr. Bajpai is himself
an
>honest man (itís my personal opinion to which you may or may not agree)
but
>to keep the coalition government in power he is quite helpless in
taking
>some drastic steps. But, come what may, the dynamic and educated people

>must
>do something concrete in this regard. Though some 8-9 years back, I was

>associated with a similar group headed by Mr. Madhu Limiye and a former

>Foreign Secretary (his name I donít remember at the moment), but
somehow it
>lost it direction and thrust, and the movement it tried to create died
a
>premature death. Please see to it that history is not repeated here.
>
>I wish you all the best for organizing such elocution contests.  I
think
>that such contests will make some impact if people like Mr. N Vitthal,
Mr.
>Bimal Jalan, Mr. M S Gill and eminent journalists/editors  are invited
to
>attend it. Please do not invite politicians, You know what I mean.
>
>
>Kind regards
>
>Rajeev Sinha



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