Sunday, October 23, 2011

31 excuses for not passing Janlokpal bill!

These are few of the excuses that I have compiled over the past few days given by various groups and individuals against Jan Lokpal bill.


Excuse no. 1 : Team Anna did not win elections... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no. 2 : I hate Pakistan but I am not bothered about a corrupt Central govt... So no anti -corruption Bill!

Excuse no. 3 : Kiran Bedi did not fly business class ... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no. 4 : Anna Hazare has a lot of support from the masses ... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no. 5 : Everybody is corrupt... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no. 6 : One bill won’t eliminate corruption from the world... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no. 7 : You speaking politely... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no. 8 : People can have different opinions ... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no. 9 : Dr. Swamy is a liar .. So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no. 10 : Bhushan wants a plebiscite in Kashmir .. So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no. 11 : God exists ... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no. 12: You are neither with BJP nor with Congress ... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no. 13: Manmohan Singh does not have a magic wand... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no. 14: India will be divided if an anti-corruption Bill is passed. ... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no. 15: Congress has expelled people in the past ... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no.16: RSS is anti-Muslim ... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no.17: I am smarter than you... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no.18: India is not Europe... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no 19: Rihana tik toks rafel... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no 20: Rahul Gandhi has no experience ... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no 21: In Gujrat Modi got Muslims killed .. So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no 22: Kiran bedi thinks we all are stupid ... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no 23: You know everything about Congress... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no 24: You know everything about everything... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no 25: BJP & RSS will become above the law ... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no 26: 2G Scam and CWG Scam does not matter ... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no 27: Everybody should respect the PM ... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no 28: Raja and Kalmadi were sent to jail by the HC ... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no 29: I am terrified of the RSS because of the stories I have been told ... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no 30: I don't care about the details nor do I understand Indian Law ... So no anti corruption Bill!

Excuse no 31: BJP is also corrupt.. So no anti corruption Bill!


So what's your excuse?

31 comments:

  1. beautiful way to say.... u should write more often.... all the best ankit

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  2. मुझे कोई ऐतराज नहीं है, भ्रष्टाचार निरोधक कानून होना ही चाहिए.
    मनमोहन सिंह ने कोई चुनाव नहीं जीता, भ्रष्टाचार निरोधक कानून होना ही चाहिए.
    कांग्रेस अध्यक्ष सोनिया एक विदेशी है, भ्रष्टाचार निरोधक कानून होना ही चाहिए.
    राहुल गाँधी का सामान्य ज्ञान बहुत कमजोर है, भ्रष्टाचार निरोधक कानून होना ही चाहिए.
    सोनिया के दामाद पर भ्रष्टाचार के आरोप हैं, भ्रष्टाचार निरोधक कानून होना ही चाहिए.
    दिग्विजय बहुत बकवास करता है, भ्रष्टाचार निरोधक कानून होना ही चाहिए.
    सोनिया के नवरत्नों से देश को खतरा है, भ्रष्टाचार निरोधक कानून होना ही चाहिए.
    .....................

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  3. good one ankit .... this year no scam ... So no anti corruption Bill!

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  4. boss here media plays a major role..bahut kam channel aise hai jo kisi political party k support k bina chalte hain..aur bahut kam political parties chahti hain ki jan lokpal aaye..so in that case media apni presentations se kabi logo ko aware karti hai..abi political parties ko support karti hai..kabi indians ko confuse karti hai ki bill ko support kare ya na kare..sabko apni tention doosro par thoopni aati hai..koi khud solution nahi dhoondta..aur log anna ji ko support karke fir backout ho jaate hai..

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  5. Shekar Gupta doesn't like it ...so no anti-corruption bill.

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  6. A few more to add to the list:

    32. Parliament is supreme ... So no anti corruption Bill!
    33. Lokpal would be like parallel government ... So no anti corruption Bill!
    34. Get elected and do what you want ... So no anti corruption Bill!
    35. There is already several other laws in place ... So no anti corruption Bill!
    36. Democratic institutions cannot be challenged by civil institutions ... So no anti corruption Bill!
    38. Lokpal would be like a uncontrolled monster who would devour democracy ... So no anti corruption Bill!
    39. Elected leaders are true representatives of people voice ... So no anti corruption Bill!
    40. Anti corruption is hysteria fueled by impatient media ... So no anti corruption Bill!

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  7. 41. All parties don`t support Lokpal... So no anti corruption Bill!
    42. Other parties don`t like lokpal....So no anti corruption Bill!
    43. Lokpal can`t be above all.....So no anti corruption Bill!
    44. Lokpal will also do corruption.....So no anti corruption Bill!
    45. Its very difficult to understand each politicians.....So no anti corruption Bill!

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  8. Why dont people understand whats in the point...that india is no europe so no anti corruption bill...guys major european countries have strict laws resembling janlokpal..so if we need to have a developed india we need to have a law like jan lokpal.
    In our country scammers are saved by political but they cant be saved by the law.
    Jaise kalmadi got saved for more than a year but no more.
    Thats why we say its on the fact that how gud the laws of a country are...that we evaluate the country...help achieve the janlokpal.
    For our betterment.
    And media na bh kch kare tb bh we can get aware...platforms like these help us.
    And wen i knw somethng i get four more to get aware...and then sixteen.
    Cooperate.
    Be wise.
    Think why did anna go on maun vrat..silence..until the winter session becoz he didnt want to have any politics i.e war of words.
    That too wid stupid senseless leaders of our nation..the chief secrateries of parties.the ministers ...badey log..so to say.
    THINK...THATS WAT HUMAN IS.
    Think RIGHT.

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  9. Beautifully written. It should be widely publicised. Govt. is no short of excuses. It is all trap.

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  10. Those who are used to systematically swallowing blue whales and African elephants 24/7, have no rights whatsoever to point their finger at valiant and noble warriors of truth and fairplay who, by accidents at an extremely stressful, tedious and perilous work for the nation and its citizens, have got a mosquito or two stuck in their nose! No excuses can be tolerated for not passing the Janlokpal Bill. This is what the people of India want. Those who oppose it do not deserve to rule our country and ought to be annihilated forthwith in a democratically correct manner. Anything else will be monumentally inane and insane. Long live the fight against corruption! Long live team Annaji! Jai Bharat!

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  11. good job...keep it...
    need strong janlokpal.....no excuse please..

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  12. Indians politicians dont want interfence from common people while ruling so no jan lokpal...
    Congress doing mistake by underestmating team Anna so no janlokpal....
    Movenent for janlokpal hurts ego of indian politician byseeing mass support to team anna and they friented so no jan lokpal..

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  13. Thanks a lot for the comments friends. I'll try to post more often from now on.

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  14. well said ankith, keep it up..

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  15. Now serious Notes:
    46. We have conspired with an advocate to file a case against Anna's trust though we could not found any thing after xeroxing half tempo of documents ... So no anti corruption Bill!

    47. We have conspired with Indian Express to exposed Mrs. Kiran Bedi who has helped poor by sacrificing her comfort ... So no anti corruption Bill!

    48. We have conspired with IT officials not to count LWP as service period of Kejriwal and put a notice of Rs. 9 lakh ... So no anti corruption Bill!

    49. We have conspired with Swami Agnivesh to ask for details of IAC fund even when interim audit is being done ... So no anti corruption Bill!

    50. We are thinking that Team Anna is a 4-5 member group not 120 crore of peoples suffered from evil of curruption. We are fools ... So no anti corruption Bill!

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  16. Government must not have any more foolish excuses.

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  17. great man u awesome n govt. lowsome... thumbs up FOR LOKPAL !

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  18. 51. I am a politician.. I live on corruption, My children will be unemployed, How I will go on holidays, How I will win the elections, How I will enjoy the power, You should think about me also... So no Anti Corruption Bill.

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  19. there are a few more reasons:
    Excuse number 52: Anti-corruption bill is a threat to national
    security! So no anti-corruption bill.

    Excuse no 53: Arvind Kejriwal and the Bhushans have been slapped
    Income Tax notices, therefore they are also sub-judice now. therefore
    the cause they champion may be flawed too, which is the demand for JLP
    bILL,-- THEREFORE No anti corruption bill.

    Excuse no 54: Someone hurled a shoe at Kejriwal, while no one has done
    that at Digvijay Singh, - so no anti-corruption bill.

    Excuse no 55: We will need to amend the constitution to make Jan
    Lokpal equivalent to a constitutional authority- therefore No
    anti-corruption bill.

    Excuse no 56: There is an internal fall-out in team Anna, as Swami
    Agnivesh has charged Arvind Kejriwal of mis-appropriation of funds, -
    therefore No Anti-corruption bill.

    Excuse no 57: Anti-corruption bill is Brahminical , and Anti-Dalit,
    anti-muslim... Sorry, anti-minority, therefore No Anti-corruption
    Bill.

    Excuse no 58: in the past corruption has served many of our purposes
    and our leaders and even the common man, therefore No Anti-corruption
    Bill.

    Excuse No 59: Government people are paid less, therefore No
    Anti-corruption Bill.

    Excuse No 60: Corruption has been a strong levelling force, which
    creates a level playing field , an equal opportunity condition for all
    people alike- Hindu, Muslim , Sikh... Common man; Indian , Pakistani ,
    Italian, American, ... Common man; Drug-peddlers, Policemen,
    Terrorists, Maoist,....common man; Chief Ministers, Prime Minister,
    Bureaucrats, Businessmen, ...common man; Judges, lawyer, doctors,
    engineers, teachers , students,... Common man; everyone is justly
    served except the society and the nation and those who are poor, or
    those who refuse the opportunity out of conscience- LIKE Kiran Bedi,
    Anna Hazare, Arvind Kejriwal,...
    THEREFORE NO ANTI-CORRUPTION BILL.

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  20. from Ankit's lsi the one's which i liked most:
    E No. 5: Everybody is corrupt!
    funny isn't it.
    But serious responses to such excuse seekers: it may be true, but that does not make it a reason for reason to become part of our social ethics. If a pharmacist manage to sell counterfeit medicine, or the milk man manage to sell manufactured milk, an manage to save himself from onslaught of law by means of Corruption means, the society will crumble under corruption. Therefore, "everybody is corrupt" cannot be an excuse, rather the cause lies behind this observation is that since the system promotes the victory and gains to the corrupt, everybody is corrupt , and therefore there is corruption all around. We need to check the system.

    Excuse no. 8: People can have different opinion.
    A serious note answer to such people: The cause of democracy is to allow people to have different opinion, but system must confirm to the laws of nature for it to sustain. In the Brittanica's Encyclopedia topic , History of Philosophy, this is why it has been suggested that all democratic systems will eventually have to progress towards adoption of natural laws, which means free from influence of Cultures and Religion, and therefore necessarily 'Secular' and 'non-Communist', 'non-Socialist'. Consensus and Righteousness will itself prevail. Only the issues of Arts can be matter of opinion. Issues of Science and logic work by consensus. As people learn to translate issues of Arts into issues of Science and Logic, disharmony due to difference in opinions will weed away. Democratic Systems will also necessarily tend to be more of Evolutionist work, and less of God-Believers.."Secularism" as a necessary condition for consensus-building, and conformation to natural laws will promote this tendency further.

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  21. We are indian ! So, no anti corruption bill.. Hamare desh me sec.checkin se bachne k liye log 8ft ki diwar kud kar railway track paar kartein hain . Aise country me ........ Don't blame all to the " netaas ".. Mr. Ankit.

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  22. Anna Is going Political so no anti corruption bill .
    People does not want the bill so no anti corruption bill .

    85% india is hungry and under poverty line so no anti corruption bill

    People Have no time to fight for their rights so no anti corruption bill .

    Govn is loosing power so no anti corruption bill ..

    PM rahat kosh Is empty so no anti corruption bill ..

    Till Now Govn looted india and still want o continue so no anti corruption bill

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  23. Excuse 11 is the best of all; For all, too. ;)

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  24. No one has yet offered us settlement(BRIBE). So, no anti corruption Bill!
    :)

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  25. Excuse No. 32: Parliament is above people...so no anti-corruption bill

    Excuse No. 33: They don't understand law... so no anti-corruption bill

    Excuse No. 34: Only "some" people want it... so no anti-corruption bill

    Excuse No. 35: Elections are very far... so no anti-corruption law

    Excuse No. 36: Its not in our agenda... so no anti-corruption law

    Excuse No. 37: Soniya is not in a mood... so no anti-corruption law

    Excuse No. 38: Coalition Dharma is important... so no anti-corruption law

    Excuse No. 39: Cracks in Team Anna... so no anti-corruption law

    Excuse No. 40: Lokpal can be corrupt... so no anti-corruption law

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  26. Corrupt always says everybody is corrupt. So where is the need for a Jan Lokpal. See the news flow for the last few days. There is enough evidence to this.

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  27. Excuse no 420: We make laws.........so no anti-corruption law

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  28. Few more excuses:
    421) You called me a fool .... So no anti-corruption bill
    422) I indeed feel so foolish .... So no anti-corruption bill
    423) You are a fool .... So no anti-corruption bill
    424) You are so smart .... So no anti-corruption bill
    425) You did not protest earlier .... So no anti-corruption bill earlier
    426) You are protesting now .... So no anti-corruption bill now
    427) I need to discuss .... So no anti-corruption bill
    428) I dont want to discuss .... So no anti-corruption bill
    429) I am secular .... So no anti-corruption bill
    430) But I need religious vote bank .... So no anti-corruption bill

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  29. Did anyone really give you these excuses or you simply made them up for some fame that comes along with it ? Because as a member of the group that opposes the cheap but very well crafted and organised tricks of Team Anna, the reasons of our opposition are vastly different.

    What Anna's supporters tell to those who oppose the Janlokpal bill ?? YOU ARE A CONGRESSMAN!!
    Now, this is what I call making up excuses!!
    And oh yeah, did I tell you I am not a congressman? No? Then I ll tell you now. I am not!
    And the reasons for the opposition?? I think you would find plenty if you go through pages on social networking sites, and provided if you don't blind yourself first with the power-hungry media-desperate Team Anna's veil...

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  30. We have waited for 42 yrs and why cant we wait for another 420 yrs

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