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what has happened to our indian politics? not a single party is truly working for the country. every party either rulling, opposition or right or left not a single party is looking forward to fulfill our dream to make india a developed nation before 2020.



each party is working for their own sweets, some is concerned more for their sweets some bit less.



why actually good people who really want to serve the nation are not preffering politics as their carreer?



what i have found are these.



*it's almost impossible for any true and truthful person to enter into politics without sacrificing his/her conscience, true moral and faith.



*to enter into politics what you truly require is not the will to serve,education or any good quality which are supposed to be in a politician but you require a lot of money and muscles power to enter into it.



*their is a hope of presence of some good politicians still in this political scenario also, if the person inherits politics from his/her forefathers or parents.



*as we all know their are always some exceptions, in this field also their are exceptions who are in politics, are active in their fields but then also they have to mend many of their right and true decisions due to their party portfolio, which do not grant him/her to act.



*todays people don't have religious feelings, they want to succeed, they want glory and they want their fame. we indian too want gold,glory and god.



*we indians are fed up of riots and religious feelings now. most of the country is suffering due to some of the corrupted religious heads and some politicians.



*politicians create difference in religious feelings for their vote banks. they themselves don't have their own ideology to carry forward.



*it's my appeal to all the politicians and our country men to now think differently and start to make our own environment clean and clear by removing all the antisocial elements from our society. not a single bahubali should remain in our new cabinet.



*we should have a standard elligibility for the post of different post at our cabinets. no bahubali should be encouraged by giving them any post at our cabinets.



*only the candidates fulfilling the standard criteria should be allowed to enter into politics.



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