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Thursday, 13 September 2012

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All Indian political parties decided to give tickets who are non-corrupt people till 2014

However, non-committal towards the post 2014 scenario
Rising hate against corruption, and increasing fun making breeds such as Aseem Trivedi and India Satire, all political parties in India decided to give tickets only to guys which are clean and clear till 2014. However, parties couldn't commit that these guys will remain sinless post 2014.
"Not all men are like me, which are pure like river Ganges," said Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh "However, I made Madamji to accept the reality and chose those guys which are non-corrupt."
Development wasn't remained within the Congress Party but flowed into other parties too.
Samajwadi Party President Mulayam Singh Yadav "I already initiated such process by giving my CM's seat to Akhilesh who is non-corrupt. I was actually trying my other MPs to follow same thing. They can also introduce their kids in the political domain which are non-corrupt, making the entire system tolerable, clean, clear and innocent."
Lalu Prasad Yadav, the RJD President also confirmed same sacrifice he made to give the pure and non-corrupt leadership. However, he was disappointed by the public response.
"I also ask Rabri Deviji to become Chief Minister of Bihar that time, just to provide non-corrupt leadership," said Lalu "However, people could not digest the sudden change."
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Even BJP think tank is asking the sons and daughters of their senior leaders which include Yeddyurappa to follow the suit.
"Yea, instead of listening that bullshit every day or two, I asked Yeddy to make her kid a politician. I believe at least that guy is non-corrupt," said BJP President Nitin Gadkari.
However, no leader wanted to commit that after 2014 elections, the incumbents will remain non-corrupt.
"See we are giving you a great leadership which is totally clean in their books. Now if you are making such ridiculous demand, who is going to hear about it," said Mulayam Singh Yadav.

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