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It was her manipulations of democracy that started its downward descent, a process that has expanded exponentially and diversified in every conceivable direction with the passage of decades.Part-5.

Mafia worked mainly for congress, Communists, A.A.P, Mulayam, Lalu, Mayawati, Mamata, etc....

Opinion
13/12/2016.
       914.
                All Members,
         Respected family members of this great holy Nation.


Sub :  Indira mistakes cost India dearly


Ref :  The most pernicious legacy left behind by Indira Gandhi is the lumpenisation and criminalisation of politics.

PART- 5.  ( Last )


29 .1

These destructive legacies of the Congress Party, more particularly of the Prime Ministers from the Nehru Gandhi family have embedded themselves deeper and deeper into India's body politic, and have become full blown under the ghost prime minister-ship of Sonia Gandhi in U.P.A 1 and 2.


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We have during the last ten years seen our democracy reduced to a game of dice in Parliament, where numbers are bought, sold, and traded.


29.3
Criminalisation of politics and corruption have reached unsurpassed limits; looting the nation's resources by elected representatives has become their entitlement; constitutional institutions have been subverted to serve the corrupt government, through a system of cronyism and corruption partnerships, and rewards and appointments; rule of law has been substituted with the rule of the jungle, might over right; and divisive communalism has replaced secularism as enshrined in the Constitution of India.


30.1
The Congress Party has ruled India for almost 55 years since independence, and the Nehru Gandhi dynasty for 37 years, 47 if one includes Sonia Gandhi's ghost prime minister-ship.


30.2
Many of our young voters were not born or were too young to know about the atrocities that have been unleashed on India, that I have detailed above.


30.3
Let them enquire further and judge for themselves the debits and credits bequeathed to the nation by the Congress Party and its dynasty.


MY VIEW

CONGRESS AND NEHRU DYNASTY ALREADY IMMERSED IN MANY SCAMS, NOW THE CHOTTA NAWAB PRETENDS UNKNOWN THOSE SINS DONE BY HIS ANCESTORS, ROAM AS A LUNATIC, ABUSING PM.

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