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unnikrishnan Atiyodi

Payyanur, India
male, age 68
Joined Jan 23, 2009
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Lok Sabha election in India is on the anvil.  No criminal should be given a chance for candidature.  Those who want to serve the country and the society, not theirfamily, should be given a chance.  Education should also be one of the criteria.  Most of the present MPs should be eliminated, and the best alone should be given a chance.   Often voters are coerced to exercise franchise in favour of a criminal.  This should be prevented andfree and fair election should take place.  The label of a political party entitles a rascal to become an MP.  So independent candidates should come forward in large number and fight without a particular label.  Politicians think India is their fathers' property and nobody has any right over that  This is to becorrected

 
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    Feb 7, 2009 5:08 AM

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    About 45 people including women and children were dumped in a container and brought from Karnataka to Kerala.  Those who are expected to prevent this reached Kozhikode only after the local people intercepted the vehicle from which they heard cries of infants and children.  They were brought as labourers to dig cable pits at a very low wage.  The apostles of peace, i.e the politicians or the guardians of law, the police seem to have ignored this cruelty.  But for the local people, this would have gone unnoticed.  What do you think of a highly literate state?  Please tell your opinion
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