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from:  ganesh
Posted on: Mar 28, 2014 at 23:34 IST

Congress is over for now ! End of the day, I don't say that BJP is a
strong party to take INDIA to new path of progress. But if they remain
united and work without looking into the cast based issues within them,
then they can give India a better leadership than Congress.

from:  Abraham
Posted on: Mar 28, 2014 at 16:44 IST

I m agree with mr sameer general views in educated class in now a days.

from:  kumari nilima
Posted on: Mar 28, 2014 at 08:31 IST

I was watching some program on TV yesterday. I think it was NDTV.
Reporter traveled to Punjab and asked people about MNREGA jobs. One of
the students was doing research on this subject and told reporter that
people who qualified get barely 15 days of benefits and rest are only
on paper. One young Sarpanch told reporter that there supposed to be
building for people in his village but it exist only on paper and
nobody knows where all money went. These events highlights corruption
during congress rule. He told him that MP, state rep and previous
sarpanch all were congress people. People simply don't believe in
congress.

from:  Kirit shah
Posted on: Mar 28, 2014 at 05:43 IST

I agree with the view expressed by Mr. Sameer in general; but it is the policy of Rajiv Gandhi to introduce computers that made the middle class to move into the upper middle and even to the top most ranks.

from:  D. Darwin Albert Raj
Posted on: Mar 27, 2014 at 17:04 IST

Congress is finished now, its a thing of past, it has lost its status as
a National Contender instead its now competing with regional parties
like SP / Mamta / CPI etc. Gimmicks like this one has brought them at
this level. Its a shame that Rahul Gandhi still continues with the
failed trends that his predecessors have followed. Its a Sinking Titanic
which would be a blessing for our country.

from:  Yash
Posted on: Mar 27, 2014 at 13:34 IST

Why should they be making a promise now after being in power for more than 10 years? They had their chance then! I hope the people of India don't suffer fools anymore to these 'gimmicks'.

from:  Ranga Bahrain
Posted on: Mar 27, 2014 at 13:20 IST

It has been long since Congress has been putting up such promises. India
economy saw its golden days during the rule of the Congress government.
However, the development was not inclusive. Today, in the days of a
really slow development rate that India is facing, how will the
Congress, if it comes to power, ensure an inclusive development? The
poor illiterates may fall for it since they have a very few options.
But, I suppose, even they are fed up of the false promises of the
Government and, in turn, the revenge will be taken from Congress.

from:  Devavrat Walinjkar
Posted on: Mar 27, 2014 at 12:30 IST

The reason main stream media and middle class is upset with Congress is
because a lot of emphasis and programs were started for BPL families but
not as much care was given for thriving middle class. This class
controls the national mood and hence congress is facing tough times this
election. Hope they learn from it

from:  sameer phadnis
Posted on: Mar 27, 2014 at 11:14 IST
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