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    Kinldy check my two statements

    1. Manifesto, a ludicrous word in the Indian political dictionary. Each and every party comes out with more or less the same manifesto. Every party are just focussed how to woo voter bank, ignoring the core issues such as security and infrastructure.

    2. He says that he do not regret for what he did. Had he said this in front of the judge in the court, his fate would have taken different direction, he would have been healing his wound in the jail.

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    Re: Kinldy check my two statements

    1. Manifesto, the most ludicrous word in the Indian political dictionary: Each and every party comes out with more or less the same manifesto. Every party is just focussed how to woo the voter bank, ignoring the core issues such as security and infrastructure.

    2. He says that he does not regret for what he did. Had he said this in front of the judge in court, his fate would have taken a different direction, he would have been licking his wounds in jail.


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    Re: Kinldy check my two statements

    Quote Originally Posted by new2grammar View Post
    1. Manifesto, a ludicrous word in the Indian political dictionary. Each and every party comes out with more or less the same manifesto. Every party are All parties are just focussed on how to woo voter bank, ignoring the core issues such as security and infrastructure.

    2. He says that he does not regret for what he did. Had he said this in front of the judge in the court, his fate would have taken a different direction. He would have been healing his wounds in the jail.
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