Ordinary Indian no longer very sure of reform agenda being pursued by Modi regime


New Delhi, Nov 21 (IANS): While a section of vocal farmers protesting since last year and the habitual critics of the Narendra Modi regime are busy celebrating the repeal of the three farm laws, there are ominous signs of bad news coming from the reforms front as revealed by the IANS-CVoter poll.

The farm laws were not the only reform measures being pursued aggressively by the government. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has staked a lot of political capital on two more reform measures, among many others. The first relates to changes in the antiquated labour laws that have been benefiting only a privileged few while depriving the vast majority of workers (about 90 per cent of the workers according to reliable estimates) of any benefits.

Since 2020, changes to labour codes are waiting to be implemented.

When asked the repeal of farm laws will encourage trade unions and their leaders to oppose changes to labour laws, close to 43 per cent of respondents seemed to agree. There was not much difference between the opinions of NDA and opposition supporters.

Interestingly, more than 25 per cent of the respondents could not express any definitive opinion which means they are uncertain about labour reforms.

Something similar came up when respondents were asked if opponents of the government will try to stall the ambitious privatisation program being pursued. Close to 48 per cent of the respondents agreed with not much difference between NDA and opposition supporters. Again, about 25 per cent could not give an opinion, reflecting uncertainty.

Finally, the IANS-CVoter poll asked respondents if Indian and foreign investors will get a message that reforms are not happening in India. An almost equal 36 per cent agreed and disagreed. But then again, 29 per cent could not express an opinion. This clearly means the ordinary Indian is no longer very sure of the reforms agenda being pursued with vigour by the Modi regime.

That can only mean bad news for the future prospects of the Indian economy.

 

Majority say protests on farm laws were politically motivated 

Everything is political in India. The controversial passage of farm laws in Parliament and the subsequent repeal now is even more so. When asked about the motive behind the protests against the three farm laws that have been going on for about a year during a nationwide snap poll conducted by IANS-CVoter in the immediate aftermath of the repeal, more than 56 per cent respondents said that the protests were politically motivated. Interestingly, close to 48 per cent of opposition voters thought the same.

More telling was the response to a question if the repeal of the three farm laws will have an impact on the Assembly elections that are due in early 2022. A clear majority of 55.1 per cent of the respondents were convinced there will be an impact on the polls, while just 30.8 per cent feel there will be no impact.

Once again, there seemed to be a convergence in the views of NDA and opposition supporters. About 53 per cent of NDA voters felt there will be an impact on the elections, while more than 56 per cent of opposition voters felt the same. But the convergence ends here and polarisation is clearly revealed in responses to other questions asked in the IANS-CVoter Poll.

When asked if Modi, like he did with the Land Acquisition Bill in 2015, succumbs to pressure when he is accused of being pro-business, 36.3 per cent of NDA supporters disagreed, while 43 per cent said a thumping yes.

When asked about who gets credit for the repeal, 47 per cent NDA voters suggested the Modi government while 36 per cent of opposition supporters disagreed.

The IANS-CVoter poll makes it clear that the farm laws and the politics around it will play a key role in the forthcoming elections.

 

More than half say Modi took right decision in repealing farm laws 

Contrary to what pundits opined in the immediate aftermath, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's image and political capital does not seem to have been dented after he announced the repeal of all three farm laws on November 19. This was revealed by the IANS-CVoter snap opinion poll conducted across India hours after his announcement of the repeal.

More than 52 per cent of the respondents said the Prime Minister had taken the right decision. This is to be expected since some analysts claim that the farm laws were bad to begin with and their repeal would surely be welcome.

Actually, more than 50 per cent of the respondents asserted that the farm laws were beneficial for the farmers, while a considerably lower 30.6 per cent claimed they were not.

The Modi regime can take comfort from another revelation in the poll. While 40.7 per cent of the respondents gave credit to the government for the repeal of the farm laws, just about 22.4 per cent gave credit to the opposition parties, while a healthy 37 per cent gave credit to the protesters.

Perhaps the most important metric to emerge out of this poll is what ordinary Indians think about Modi's approach to farmers. A clear majority of 58.6 per cent of the respondents said that Modi was actually pro-farmer, while a comparatively meagre 29 per cent though he was anti-farmer.

Even more interesting, more than 50 per cent of opposition voters think Modi is pro-farmer. Lastly, when respondents were asked about the real motives behind the lengthy and contentious agitation that led to the repeal of the farm laws, a big majority of 56.7 per cent were convinced the agitation was politically motivated with a plan to weaken the Modi-led NDA government. Just 35 per cent of the respondents had a contrary opinion.

The data from the poll results after the repeal of the farm laws seem to suggest that all those celebrating the political emasculation might have to wait before they pop open their champagne bottles.

 

Repeal of farm laws to encourage trade unions to oppose changes in labour laws 

The repeal of farm laws will encourage trade unions and their leaders to oppose changes to labour laws, as per the IANS-CVoter poll.

As per the poll, close to 43 per cent of respondents seemed to agree. There was not much difference between the opinions of NDA and opposition supporters.

 

 

  

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  • Rajan, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    FARM LAWS-- SOME POINTS -- ---------------------------------------------------- NOT MANY KNOW THE NEW FARM LAWS -( NOW PROPOSED TO BE SCRAPPED ) AND SECTIONS WHICH ARE IN FINE PRINT OR NOT EMPHASISED -- EVEN BY OPPOSITION -- BUT FAREMRS LUCKILY KNOW ISSUES AND BETTER READ ----- WHAT THE REAL ISSUES --- MAKING LAWS WITHOUT LEGAL RECOURSE IN THE GUISE OF EASE OF DOING BUSINESS ------ ------------------------------------------------------- Clauses 18 and 19 of the Agricultural Produce Market Committee Act and Contract Farming Act provide no legal recourse whatsoever for farmers or anyone for that matter. In case of any dispute in the business with the corporate buyer, there will be a danger of farmers having no legal recourse.

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    da 3 farm-laws were withdrawn, r da results of bypassing parliament. it is from his arrogance demonetization & farm laws were carried out w/o thinking da literates. now farm laws r withdrawn. remained is demonetization, da result is econonly of india is destroyed.

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  • Kumar, Al Khor, Qatar

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Rajan, Mangalore... Those 2 clause are copied from existing state farm law of Punjab and pasted here. Nothing new in it.

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  • Rajan, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Better you come from QATAR - first of all muslim country - why you are enjoying - income - from there -- Come serve - here - nation needs you -- If Punjab laws are flawed then no need of introducing - nationally -- selective choosing --of course - now proposed to be scrapped- DO YOU KNOW AGRICULTURE IS A STATE SUBJECT --- Any way - half baked - we cannot discuss--

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  • Rajan, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Kumar, Al Khor, Qatar---- GAS services -- QATAR --- nothing High tech -- There are very many from all over the world --- -\ -------------------------------------- Maybe if one works work for lesser salary a particular job then maybe reqd -- But enjoy your work and take care of yr family QATAR -- wherever ----- important -- limit to yr expertise if any --- ONLY --- sitting outside the country and advising--( DONT PAY INDIAN TAXES ) -------------------------------------------- (Assuming one is in latest Computer Chip design - Artificial intelligence- Space - like our ISRO - NASA - USA - Robotics - few other cutting edge -- Tech --then these fields less people are very much needed --)

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  • Rajan, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    “It is also in the interests of the tyrant to make his subjects poor... the people are so occupied with their daily tasks that they have no time for plotting.” ― Aristotle

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  • Rajan, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    “It is also in the interests of the tyrant to make his subjects poor... the people are so occupied with their daily tasks that they have no time for plotting.” ― Aristotle

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  • Rajan, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    “It is also in the interests of the tyrant to make his subjects poor... the people are so occupied with their daily tasks that they have no time for plotting.” ― Aristotle

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  • Rajan, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    A law without legal recourse is obviously bad - There are clauses in the FARM LAWS - that in the event of a dispute between a farmer or a group of farmers with a PVT COMPANY on contracts etc they cannot go to court - Has to be solved at Dist . level or with some officers of certain rank -- obviously - corruption in such cases and running pillar to post- if the company closes mid way of a farming contract what happens - MANY FRAUD COMPANIES will crop up - knowing no legal recourse --- very many scenarios --- How can such a law exist ------------ If FARM LAWS are good lets say why have such clauses- If we draw an analogy of CA R DRIVING - -- Usage - ownership of CAR / --roads - all perfectly legal -- But assuming the Driver hits another vehicle or a pedestrian -- death etc -- if there is no legal recourse - imagine such a situation ----

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  • Chandu, Karla

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Just look at the current development, situation in Andhra Pradesh, Bengaluru especially condition at Jakkur JNCSAR campus in Chennai. All panvati after panvati.... and more in waiting.

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  • Af,,,, Mangaluru

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Say tata good bye to Modi in year 2023 ,

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  • Kumar, Al Khor, Qatar

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Af,,,, Mangaluru.. 2023??? Is it typo? Because next election is in year 2024.

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  • amit shetty, mangalore

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Ayega tho Modi hi...otherwise india will be soon like Afghanistan.

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  • Hasan-Zain, Doha

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Dear Amit , Do you think like kangana ranaut that before 2014 india was ruled by afganis, grow up bro. be qualified, Dont act like dump.

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  • Ganesh, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Tea boy played election game

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  • Amaze, Karkala

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Wtevr PM did has been a total disaster. DeMo or GST or lockdowns or thaali taali banging or farms laws etc. nw he is laying hands on bitcoin. All the best for all the crypto holders ! modi modi panle janaklu desha uddarapund

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  • Gangaram, Moodbidri

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    He himself don't understand what his advisors are putting forward so called reforms!! and how ordinary man will understand his nonunderstanding laws???? at the end crocodile tears who fought with crocodile (as his bakths says)

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  • Kumar, Al Khor, Qatar

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Gangaram, Moodbidri... If you are thinking the law is made by Modi, it is your error. Modi is not that qualified to make agriculture laws. The law is made by the scientists, economists & bureaucrats. Law withdrawn because (a) security threat (b) 5 state election (c) satisfy farmer ego. Modi is smart enough to time these decisions and retain in power forever. If you guys continue the same "bashing Modi" strategy, Modi will come back with 400 seats in 2024. Wake up please....

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Then you become either deputy or Finance minister please yaar...Kumar....Nirmalakka doesn't understand the advantages of onion....She says not to eat. Since you are kudladaar you know the advantages yaar....

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  • myna, mysuru

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Ordinary Indian is sure of reforms being pursued by any Government of the day as it is a global compulsion for developing nations, provided the Government of the day does not bulldoze the opposition; does not deny a thorough debate in Parliament which even the Supreme Court has expressed that it is unable to understand the purpose of legislations and mind of Parliament due to denial of debate in Parliament; does not resort to ordinances just because it has a brute majority to silence the opposition, and is willing to talk to the stakeholders affected by such legislation before passing them in Parliament. The strategy to discuss with all stakeholders before framing the budget should be adopted on all sensitive legislations. Failure to do so will end up in muck on the Governments' face and get the boot from the voters.

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  • Alphonse Rodrigues, Udupi

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    Farmers got Victory against Faku's Lies Factory.

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  • Kumar, Al Khor, Qatar

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Alphonse Rodrigues, Udupi.... I insisted my son to pursue Professional degree. He refused as his teenage habits and substandard friendship. I left my efforts and followed his decision to make his won and I lost. After 10 years, he is repenting and not me.

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  • Deshbhakt, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Gidavaagi baggaddu, maravaagi baggeethe ??? How come your father succeeded in sending you to Qatar ?? Because he didn't have the affordables that you have. You have failed in your mission doesn't mean that the nation should fail because of one arrogant man. Modi didn't inherit India, we Indians trusted his sugar coated assurances. He is going to be 10 years old tree, that's enough. We don't want his arrogance in a democracy.

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  • Kumar, Al Khor, Qatar

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Deshbhakt, Mangalore.. You are arguing exactly like my son and wait for another 10 years.... repenting will be only option left with you...

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  • Alphonse Rodrigues, Udupi

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Why did you left India to Qatar, I think you have got Independence in 1947 unlike Kangana Run-Out before 2014. Your son repented after 10 years. Congress advised Illiterate man to repeal 3 farm laws immediately after he introduced in india. Out of his arrogance he never listened to Congress. After several months he repented of Congress words and withdrawn farm laws. Kangana got Independence and ache din in 2014. However you are still in captive haha haha.... here are ache din come down and enjoy in the high taxes for G.D.P ( Gas, Diesel,Petrol)

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  • Kumar, Al Khor, Qatar

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Alphonse Rodrigues, Udupi... I am in Qatar because Qatar Gas badly needed my services. Though I left back to India, they had again called me back. Only after India bans England, who killed our heroes like Tipu, Laxmi Bai, Bhagat Singh etc. India must take its army and ambush UK and take back all its wealth back to India, then only I consider India got real independence.

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  • Alphonse Rodrigues, Udupi

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    British have left in 1947 and one more dictator has come still following British legal laws. Yet you find excuses in the name of stinking gas comes out from you. Ache din are in Qatar. In India no ache din?! Not only you, dictator's 2014 NRI election campaigner also left to USA thinking ache din are there. Victory to Farmers Against Faku's Lies Factory and you are following a them.

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  • Amaze, Karkala

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Kumar, Al Khor, Qatar, Nice try... Whatsapp forwards doesnt work here. Maybe you can try your luck on Twitter. After all its bread n butter for internet warriors

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  • RANGA, MANGALORE

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    now almost all National media started debte how good farm law is..they say reforms pending since 70 years..unfortunately they didnt do it earlier but only fueled protest..even SC nominated committee also dismayed by repeal of laws..law mainly focused to help poor marginal farmers but few farmer organisations (punjab/haryana only), commission agents, more importantly Modi opponents fueled protest..its wise on Modi part to repeal of the laws since anti national elements in Punjab started infilitrate protest & encash this event..funds are raised in Canada, weapons dropped thru pakistan..Punjab may come back to 1970-80 of terror decades..

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  • Alan, Mangalore/U.S.A

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    Ranga. Where do you dream of such things? What an imagination. What is your opinion about demonetization? what went wrong. Modi has committed one blunder after another. Why did he not repel the 3 reforms earlier? What about the plight of the poor farmers. There is no such thing as money coming from Canada, after Sep 11, there have been very strong rules about terror funding and money laundering. Actually, Demonetization was the easiest way to launder money, Pity that you can have such an imagination and be able to pen your thoughts in this Forum

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  • Kumar, Al Khor, Qatar

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Alan, Mangalore/U.S.A.. your comments are quite conflicting. One one side you say poor farmers. If they are really poor, can they sit for protest for 14 to 15 months? To prove Modi wrong, you have lost your logical abilities. Demonetization ensured exponential growth in digital transaction. Tax collection has increased. Those who used to keep hard cash had to declare the amount in the bank. Anyway, I am not expecting you to agree with me. But keep in mind that there are people who see 100% positive things In Modi despite many efforts by antinational to keep highlighting only hardship that has to be faced to get positive things...

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  • Alwyn Dsouza, Canada

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    Rang a please refrain from using Canadas name in your bulshits. Canada is a place of liberty and freedom for every one to live with dignity and honour than your biased mind where people tortured based on religion caste gender and list go on. Sorry my friend use your own name than Canada to blame your own shit. Clean up before it gets like Afghan or Syria.

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  • Kumar, Al Khor, Qatar

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Alwyn Dsouza, Canada.. Khalistan movement is funded in Canada. That affected India during Indira Gandhi time and now in Modi time. Khalistanis are anti Indians. They have no political affiliations. Within Canada, Khalistanis are good people, I agree with you. But to India, they are enemies.

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  • Pavan, Mlr

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Are tou talking about star bhakt Canadian kumar

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  • Kumar, Al Khor, Qatar

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Pavan, Mlr... I am Bhakth of my country. I supported all PMs of India without seeing which party they belong. Even in my profession, I work hard for the organization which is employing me, irrespective of who is my manager of company chairman......

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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Ranganna,mangalore they say reform was pending since 70 years ?Really what was before 70 years?How can soon after Independence reform could bring in ?First of all one had to put an order in the chaos .Some royals here and there were ruling ,and land was in their hand.One should simply think before saying.It was Indira had the courage of putting an end to all .Still some land lords were there who made poor people s life hell .let us see what this new one brings.

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  • mohan prabhu, mangalore/canada

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    By caving in to the powerful farmers organization, and to the Congress which were hand-in-glove with their agitation, Modi has shown how weak his government is and people at large can no longer have confidence or rely on a weak leader to run the nation's affairs and stand its ground.

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  • Pavan, Mlr

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Never trust Chor gujju....Gujjus are no 1 fraud u can check all over india

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  • Sheikh M, Mangalore, /Mohd Ali Rd,Canada

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    What is the difference between Modi regime and Hitler regime?

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  • Deshbhakt, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    What reform is the author of this article talking about ? A protesting farmer is directly asking Modi to leave the PM post and go back to Gujarat when asked if he is planning to return home. You need to watch all videos that are circulated on various news channels. A journalist asks a farmers' representative to return to his home since the farm laws are now announced will be repealed soon, he says 'first let it pass through the Parliament' The farmers asking how can they trust Modi, who promised 15 Lakhs that is never fulfilled. Who promised so many jobs. He said not only repealing, Modi should compensate the dead farmers, and more.

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  • Varun, mangalore

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    Do not take any important decision abruptly...inform people... engage with opposition... then bring in reforms..for a country like india impulsive decisions never work now...look at demonitization ... covid lockdown...farm laws..

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  • kateel pai, vitla

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    It does not matter who is at the helm. Opposition will not allow development. Politics of appeasement has its limitations.

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    60 years of strong economy is destroyed after he took over as p.m., of India. more dan 100 u-turns & full of lies. finally farmers got victory, jai kisan, jai bharat.

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  • Kumar, Al Khor, Qatar

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    David Pais, Mangalore... You are still thinking Modi is great and he is making all decisions. Actually Modi is not that highly qualified to make laws. Modi is smart enough to time the decisions (including U turns) to ensure smooth sailing. It is like we take several U turns in Agumbe Ghat to reach the peak of the ghat.

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    @kumar al khor qatar, did u read my comment properly? where did I said chaiwala is smart! astonishing 2 me. chaiwala did u-turn out of his weaknesses not from the smartness. da u-turn of farm laws was da results of bypassed parliament w/o discussing in da parliament. every bills 2 b passed must be discussed in da parliament. out of his weakness & arrogance, he was forced 2 withdraw 3 farm bills. by da by did u get jumla 15-20 lakhs. come 2 india u can enjoy ache din with chai-pe-churcha v can have discussions on Swiss banks black money of Indians, & preparing chai from da gutters gas. so much illiterate p.m of india v have never witnessed since 1947.

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  • Kumar, Al Khor, Qatar

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    David Pais, Mangalore.... Whether it is Modi's weakness or smartness, it will be known to both of us only in year 2022 during 5 state elections and in 2024 general election. No one has win 4 successive state elections followed by 2 successive central elections in the history of India. Neither me or you can do it. We should have good heart to appreciate our opponent. Gunakke matsara beda....

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    @kumar, al khor, qatar, smartness is shown in dividing da communities in da name of dharma. dis is cowardliness 2 rule which is easy. turkey's president erdogan is doing da same 2 remain in power. if chaiwala had guts he should not have repealed 3 farm laws. but looking @ loosing elections he repealed 3 farm laws. remember here also he felt hindutva 1nly will not work 2 win elections. voters have found his illiteracy. I am not a prophet 2 predict win 4 whom in general elections. In west bengal all political pandits predicted win 4 bjp & a whole band of bjp campaigned in w.b., end result is b4 u. bhaktas r thrown free biscuits from bjp.

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Kumar, Al Khor, Qatar,.ಎಂತಹ ಒಳ್ಳೆಯ ಗುಣ ಅವನಲ್ಲಿ ಕಂಡದ್ದು ಹೆಳಪ್ಪ.

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  • Golibajje, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    So you mean to say that till 2014 it was the opposition who did not allow development? Enchina paterwara marre...galeej..

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  • vishnu bhat, bangalore

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    if the economy was well managed, we would not be seeing this high inflation and increasing fuel prices. Fact is that the BJP neither heeds expert advice nor adopts a consultative process for anything and keeps blundering thinking it is a 'know-all'. It has forgotten that the era of an 'all-knowing' village or family elder is long past.

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  • Manohar, Udupi

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    So far not a single promise of Modi turned in truth........but more suffering and deaths.

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  • Rahul, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    What C Voter prediction in west Bengal election & what is the result. If C Voter is not accurate in a single state election how can they accurate in national number? Although our media is already sold their image to ruling party to dump poor now time (kaal) will say where they will be thrown by Almighty for their arrogance.

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  • Veer, Nagpur

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    No ‘Reform’ only ‘Deform’ by Modi regime. Nothing in his great fake election Bhashans boasting of accomplishment of reforms. Only smear campaigning opposition and litany about 70 years of Nehru rule.

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  • HENRY MISQUITH, india

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    Farmers are our real heroes, do not underestimate their power!!! Modi regime is one of the worst regime till date..

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  • Altaf Sheikh, Urwa Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    Common Man not happy with the Modi regime... Petrol Diesel and Gas all costly .. daily essentials all costly!!!! No Acche Din for common Man.....

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  • Guru, Mulki

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    Yes. But he will get more seats than 2019 in 24

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  • Pavan, Mlr

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Its not that easy dude..you cannot fool people all the time.

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  • Kumar, Al Khor, Qatar

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    Modi is still not offering free electricity, free bus and train. That shows he has many more things to offer. His opponents are offering freebies, which shows they have reached the last option to offer.

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 22 2021

    4 bjp members ₹16k per month free from da corrupt money of brhasta jumla paapies

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