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yep 2021, 3 years from now.

start preparing for midterm elections fellas, the dillidallying of the formation makes it loud and clear of what comes next, morning shows the day right? and madhyabadhi midterms is the only thing they are all really good at.

never forget that in 1994 the price of 17 lawmakers imprisoned in shankar hotel was 17 karod. the inflation rate says the price of 1 saansad is now about 2.5 karod.

to topple the government and to pass a non confidence vote (after 2 years of election is what the constitution says i.e. 2020), thereby dissolving the parliament is super cheap, roughly around 137 seats i.e. 51%, and congress has 63 already, all they need is to buy 74 saansad i.e. 1 arba 85 karod.

and who will give that money?

1) rajyalaxmi golcha

2) binod chaudhary

3) ajay sumargi

4) larkyal lama

doable?

 

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noun
noun: corruption; plural noun: corruptions
  1. 1.
    dishonest or fraudulent conduct by those in power, typically involving bribery.
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    bribery, venality, extortion, profiteering, payola;
    informalgraft, grift, crookedness, sleaze
    “political corruption”
    antonyms: honesty
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    the process by which something, typically a word or expression, is changed from its original use or meaning to one that is regarded as erroneous or debased.
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