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Apr 05, 2009
11:14 PM
were is the bjp going to get the money to fullfill its manifesto.common we are facing an average of 35% fall in direct and indirect tax collections.the taxable slab increase to 3lakhs is expected to wipe out more than 2 crore taxpayers cost estimated 25000 crores,farm loan waiver cost over 70000crores.the bpl rs2/kg rice not estimated as yet.were is the money.its ridiculous to say that post pokran the govt of the day managed sanctions.what was the cost devlopment aid of 500million dollars.just cant understand how the voter is going to accept this.the tax waiver to armed forces is welcome,what about the aam aadmi.there is no clarity as far as the way in which resources are going to be mobilised.i can just see only one way sell all the PSUs,stop NREGA,FORGET RURAL HEALTH MISSION.THERE ia no way you can believe its going to be done.Mr advani has been misled.we as voters must be pragmatic to asses what is practical and what is feasible.these promises are just impossible to be met.
drharun
chennai, India
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