This is how election will be fought in World's future supel powel

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  1. sehwag1830

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    The plan is to ensure passage of populist legislation such as the Right to Food Bill by the close of the next session of Parliament, and to launch a broadside against the Opposition by highlighting its past failures in governance. One idea is to hold a general election along with the Gujarat Assembly elections so that Narendra Modi is at the top of voter consciousness. This would, according to Congress strategists, ensure the return of the Muslim vote to the party. :laugh::laugh:

    The fear is of an economic crisis by mid-2013 causing a rapid erosion of the Congress vote bank. Hence, those in the know of discussions within the actual "core group" of the Congress (Sonia, Rahul and Priyanka) say that the family has decided on a snap poll, most likely before March 2013. :rofl::rofl:

    Should the Congress president go ahead with her plans, the country is likely to witness several populist initiatives during the year, followed by a snap dissolution of the Lok Sabha and a fresh election, "which may even take place this year", according to one of those involved in the tracking of voter opinion for the ruling family.

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    Anxious Congress ponders early polls to cut the lossses
     
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    Expect Indian bond to be rated junk by next year.
     
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    Anybody remember the farmers loan waiver in the budget before the previous general elections? cost the country 40,000 crores and bought the congress another term. watch out for more such moves this year.
     

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