Bihar: We took a U-turn with Nitish

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    Bihar: We took a U-turn with Nitish
    Though one could say that this might have been a paid article, but it is good that backward regions are making progress. Bimaru states progressing will make india healthy.
     
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    and then again upper v/s dalits started

    I donot have any grduge if gov of the day give anything to st/sc and hack even obc but donot snatch from upper caste their legimiate wealth
     
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    @anoop_mig25 Could you elaborate for people like me who do not have "ground knowledge" of bihar, when you mean that current bihar govt is doing some sort of robin hood in terms of castes i.e. snatching from 'upper class' and giving it to 'lower class'.
     
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    Continuing with part-II of the series.

    'Nitish Kumar is a one-man-show, isn't Gujarat also?'
     
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    But now that Laloo has won in Maharajgung, he is back to his buffoonery.

    He think one swallow indicates the arrival of spring!

    He used the perennial problem of Behar - caste.
     
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    Notwithstanding Modi's so called complicity with the Gujarat riots, people are tiring of it, since it appear a witch hunt , given that all the vociferous campaign by various interested party had fallen in proving so, inspite of the best effort of the Supreme Court.

    The country is also tired of scams and the way the common man is being burdened day by day with inflation and food becoming a luxury from being a necessity.

    Therefore, people want a change - change for the better.

    Whether it is a PR exercise that is making Modi larger than life or actual development one does not know.

    The fact that there is indeed improvement in the life in Gujarat people are seeing it with open eyes!

    Further, the fact that even Muslims are coming our singing paeans of Modi and Modi winning hands down in Muslim majority areas, is giving a second thought that maybe he is inclusive - the operative word is - maybe.

    At the same time, people are realising that the Congress is all gas and no go. Slogans and no more.

    Therefore, the people very gingerly are ready to test Modi and 'maybe' things will work out because it is inclusive, if indeed the Gujarati Muslims too feel he is the best bet for Gujarat!

    Irrespective of ideology, all Indians want a stable life and where food is not a luxury and taken by the Govt to be a necessity that they must ensure that the people get.

    Further, it is only in BJP ruled states that the PDS is functioning, and in those States, there is no requirement of gimmicks like Food Security Bill!

    All it requires is honest distribution as per PDS and not have foodgrains rot!
     
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    That's right but our nation's history does not favors strong PM (except an exception, Indira).

    Further, the primary opposition to BJP emanates not from Congress/CPI but from within BJP.

    So, right now, it is: Advani-Sushma-RSS (Govindacharya-Gadkari -BJP allies like Shiv Sena, etc.) Vs. (Modi-Rajnath-Arun Jaitely-Jaswant-BJP cadre).

    And, it remains to be seen whether RSS would get over with its antiquated "collective leadership" mentality & let a "strong individual leadership" to take centre-stage, as that's the need of the hour. We have already had enough of this effete Mand-Mohan Singh . :toilet:
     
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    Wasn`t Govindacharya opposed to advani .And when did Jaswant switched loyalities. Last heard he was in advcan camp
     
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    Regarding Govindacharya, his RSS pedigree ensures that he is in Advani camp. The Advani camp of today stands united in one thing : oppose NaMo at all costs even though it leads to defeat of BJP.

    I meant Yashwant Sinha, who too have switched camps (like most Biharis) for some inexplicable reason & backtracked on the statement he made a few months ago.
     
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    BJP-JD(U) had a winning combo, Nitish by trying to get away from BJP has shown that whole is greater than the sum of parts
     
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