Wednesday, Dec 03, 2003
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Sir, The photograph of the President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, standing in queue like a common man to cast his ballot is eye-catching. The smile on his face reveals that he is enjoying every moment. Mr. Kalam's commitment to exercise his fundamental right is laudatory.
K. Hari Krishnan,
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Sir, The news report and the photograph of the President casting his vote are interesting. However, I wonder whether the slightest inclination towards any particular party will not come in the way of taking firm decisions in the event of a conflict.
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Sir, The President, the Chief Justice of India, the Election Commissioners, Governors, etc., are above politics. They have the right to vote but they need not necessarily exercise it lest they are seen as showing a preference for a particular political party or a particular candidate.
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