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The Indian political scenario is going from worse to DISGUSTING... It's just destroying the essence and meaning of the post of President in the world's largest Democracy..

Though India is a parliamentarian democracy, the post of President as the highest authority was made to have a non-political, non-aligned, non-partisan Indian passing bills for the working of our country..

And where are these sick and demented politicians taking us?? They are creating a consensus on Pranab Mukherjee, the current Finance Minister, former External Affairs Minister, a 7 time Member of Parliament, and arguably the most loyalist servant of the Gandhi family.... HOW SICK IS THAT??? It will not be wrong by any standards to state that the politicians don't want an honest president, they just want a loyal president, as was the case in d last presidential elections... And he is the loyalist of the lot of Non-Resident Italians....

And also if I remember correctly, Mrs. Pratibha Devi Singh Patil will be the first full-term completing president of India who's not worthy of a Bharat Ratna... Simply coz she doesnot deserve one.... Not unless making paranthas is a service to the great Indian nation...

It's being so disgusting dat its hard to even watch News and all d debates on d topic.. juz goin nowhere.... Taking Bharat Ratna awardee Dr. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam out of the equation, and making only the Italian puppet Dr. Pranab Mukherjee and Mr. good-for-nothing Hamid Ansari the probables... WTF!!

Now just hoping BJP led NDA have a good name (hopefully Dr. Kalam) to present as the next President.. Or the whole political system, and eventually the whole country, is headed for another disastrous 6 yrs...
Abhi to yaha sab chalta hai... Fir yaha sab daudega...

- Dr. Ankit Rajvanshi...

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