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    The aspiration of majority of politicians will be more or less the same - Power.

    We have seen majority of politicians in our country who are power crazy. We heard about politicians before independence also. After independence also we heard about many politicians. Now we are witnessing many of them. Except a few handful of politicians remaining majority people will come to politics with more or less the same aspiration or ambition. I had seen a telugu movie by name Praja Nayakudu (People's leader). The famous yesteryears actor of Raktha Kanneru fame Nagabhushanam is the main actor in the movie. In the picture he tells dialogue which means a politician will not feel unhappy even though his wife elopes with the neighbor but he will be very unhappy if he loses power. It is true 100%. Any person joining in politics will join there expecting a big post and always try to achieve that posts all times and all ways. A politician will not have a sleep also if he is not getting some post or other. We often see people changing from one party to another party for the sake of power only. Generally the person who is very famous in other party will be asked to change his party and join another party and in that bargain he will be offered a big post with lot of power.
    So I feel you all accept that the aspirations of majority of politicians will be more or less the same that is power
  • #607156
    Yes the lust for power is the liking of every politician and the today only the by election to Nandyal Constituency has been completed and the TDP has won the seat with great majority. It is known fact that when a seat gets vacated due to sudden death of the member, the party would give the ticket to their family member and the same has happened at Nandyal too. Brahmananda Reddy the son of Bhuma Nagi Reddy was given ticket and the erstwhile strongman of Nandyal Shilpa Mohan Reddy who was either too with TDP jumped to YSRCP and thus the lust for power is the ample example in this case and he lost to TDP.
    K Mohan
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  • #607166
    Yes, I fully agree. All the politicians (not majority) aspire only one thing, i.e., power. A powerful politician then wants absolute power. And we all know: "Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely".

    Only a statesman doesn't aspire for power, power and peole run behind him. But such statesmen are very hard to find in Indian contet. Among the present genre of Indian politicians, there is only one who can be termed as Statesman.

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  • #607178
    Politics is the refuge for those who are not successful in engineering, medical, management, self employment, competitive examinations, teaching line etc.

    Those who are successful in any of the above remain stuck there for whole of their life. On the other hand some out of the remaining ones aspire for politics and attain power and rule over the all above categories.

    There is absolutely no doubt that politicians have enormous powers and this is the biggest attraction which is pulling people to it. Interestingly the social figures who control public in their arena are being cajoled by politicians to exploit the vote banks with those prominent social figures.

    Knowledge is power.

  • #607194
    A very good thread and a competition entry written by the author and Yes, Every politician aspiration is more or less want to be a Chief Minister, Member of Legislative assembly, Member of Parliament, Priminister. most of the Politicians and celebrities are more or less their aspirations is for power and money.
    A blunt knife or rusted knife can't be useful for anything just for the sake we call it as the knife similar to PayTM series or Sachin or Virat records.

  • #607268
    A nice title embedding the given key phrase. The author has reiterated what is a general perception. However, we have to admit that there are exceptions too.
    In perception bout politicians why everyone is more or less same?


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