Indian National Assets on Sale by Congress for Food Security Bill

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  1. afako

    afako Regular Member

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    LIC picks up a third of Nalco shares divested by govt - The Economic Times

    Government to sell 5.8 percent in SAIL via stake auction on Friday | Reuters

    Disinvestment in Oil India, NTPC soon - The Hindu

    Divestment: Govt expects Rs 21k cr from Coal India

    While the Congress Thugs:

    Government hasn't paid back Rs 2000 crore to exporting firms since January, say exporters - Economic Times

    While JNU Jackb*itches have approved the FSB. Congrats Republic of India for one more Billion Poors in the next decade:

    Food Security Bill: 2/3rd of population to get foodgrain at Rs 1-3/kg - The Economic Times

    This Crapsh!t will set aside Indic Civilization by atleast 50 Years!
     
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  3. natarajan

    natarajan Senior Member Senior Member

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    even this thread wont get posts,no matter 2014 congress has to be thrown out
     
  4. Daredevil

    Daredevil On Vacation! Administrator

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    Everything for sale to make the dumb Yuvaraja the PM.
     
  5. nrj

    nrj Stars and Ambassadors Stars and Ambassadors

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    All you advocates of crony capitalism. You don't want food on the plate of poor hungry villager :tsk: :tsk:
     
  6. Vishwarupa

    Vishwarupa Senior Member Senior Member

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    The environment & development should be such that the poor & deprived get a job & earn their own food. I personally do not want 67% of the population to be sitting idle & waiting for government food for living. Its a bane of economy.
     

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