Bihar Elections – Development is the new mantra

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2 Responses to Bihar Elections – Development is the new mantra

  1. Arvind November 24, 2010 at 10:05 pm #

    Congratulations to people of Bihar for their wonderful victory! Congratulations to people of Bihar for choosing Law and Order, education and developemt over Crime, Kidnapping and Caste!

    Even Sri Lalu Yadav's own son, daughter, son-in-law and their families should feel proud that people of Bihar have chosen Developent, Law and order, education over casteism, kidnapping, coruption and crime. They should all join Sri Nitishji in developing Bihar further. India is our country and Bihar is our state by birth. If something bad happens in India, some people in USA look down upon us. If something bad happens in India, some people in other Indian states look down upon us. As a citizen on India and as someone born in Bihar, we all have responsibility towards doing whatever we can for developing our country and for developing our state. People expect that from us and it is our moral responsibility.

    Corrupt politicains had made Bihar into a national joke and a matter of Shame. They had made Bihar into 'Pakistan of India' and a matter of 'national concern'. Educated, peace-loving people were leaving Bihar at great rate. In spite of all our personal education, degrees, hard-work, integrity, honesty, character, job, post and personal achievements, some people still look down upon us just because we were 'born in Bihar'!

    Sri Lalu Yadav is credited with doing wonderful job as Railway Minister. However, he destroyed Bihar. He made it a subject of national redicule and shame. India made tremendous progress from 1990 to 2005. However, Bihar went further down and the gap beween Bihar and rest of the country widened greatly.

    Under Sri Nitishji's administartion, Bihar has turned corners and has made Amazing Progress in last five years. Even Sri Lalu's own grandsons and granddaughters must feel safer in Bihar today than they were five years back. Sri Lalu Yadav should recognize it. If possible, Laluji should join Nitishji in developeing Bihar. I always thought Laluji was an intelligent man – he is credited with doing wonderful job as Railway Minister – I don't know why he made Bihar such a backward and crime-ridden state. Sri Laluji played a great part in making being Bihari a matter of concern for everybody born in Bihar, irrespctive of education, bakground and personal character.

    Bihar was in a very difficult situation that looked grim and hopeless. If it kept going that way, Bihar could have become a 'national problem' as Pakistan and Afganistan have become an 'international problem'. By turning corners, Nitishji has done an incredible job. With girls walking on roads at 9.00 PM in night without fear – Bihar is a greatly changed place from one kidnapping a day!

    Nitishji is in my opinion, the 'modern Gandhi' of Bihar and if can do this kind of development for five more years – I think he should be given Bharat Ratna!

  2. Arvind November 24, 2010 at 10:06 pm #

    Congratulations to people of Bihar for their wonderful victory! Congratulations to people of Bihar for choosing Law and Order, education and developemt over Crime, Kidnapping and Caste!

    Even Sri Lalu Yadav's own son, daughter, son-in-law and their families should feel proud that people of Bihar have chosen Developent, Law and order, education over casteism, kidnapping, coruption and crime. They should all join Sri Nitishji in developing Bihar further. India is our country and Bihar is our state by birth. If something bad happens in India, some people in USA look down upon us. If something bad happens in India, some people in other Indian states look down upon us. As a citizen on India and as someone born in Bihar, we all have responsibility towards doing whatever we can for developing our country and for developing our state. People expect that from us and it is our moral responsibility.

    Corrupt politicains had made Bihar into a national joke and a matter of Shame. They had made Bihar into 'Pakistan of India' and a matter of 'national concern'. Educated, peace-loving people were leaving Bihar at great rate. In spite of all our personal education, degrees, hard-work, integrity, honesty, character, job, post and personal achievements, some people still look down upon us just because we were 'born in Bihar'!

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