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Is the raj is doing right for maharashtra ??????????

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Asked by arvind, 13 Feb '08 03:04 pm
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I thank Mahesh Vijapurkar for his article titled The battle is not for Marathi asmita on rediff.com on 27.10.08. It could not have come at a better time. Here I would like u to tell something about the magnitude of this problem that we are in today in Maharashtra or Bihar / UP. The other day, I logged on to the website www.timesofindia.intimes.com and went through a few messages posted thereon with regard to the troubles in Maharashtra. Many of them had come from Indians living in the US, UK & other western countries. Probably, these people were born in Maharashtra, because they had posted their same hatred-filled messages, at times justifying attacks against the foreigners from Bihar & UP. Theyre educated and affluent people. I used to think, they are Indians and they are broad-minded people as well. But Im sorry to acknowledge that theyre no better than those attacking the beggars & taxi / khomchawalas on Mumbai roads, whom some politicians call true Maratha Manoos. They are the sam ...more
Answered by anil jha, 02 Nov '08 12:31 am

 
  
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This type of polictics neither good for the State nor for the country. If every State behaves like this then WHAT about INDIA. Desh ki kaun sochega??????????????
Answered by HARSH MAHAJAN, 27 Oct '08 12:13 pm

 
  
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Yes he is doing everything right for maharashtra and most important thing is that he is just following the law&order
Answered by Karmaraj Morade, 04 Sep '08 03:56 pm

 
  
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Recent news shows that he himself is also not a maharastrian.he is migrated from M.P.he is raising this type of issues only to survive in current political scenerio.
Answered by sanjeev kumar, 30 Jun '08 05:15 pm

 
  
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You cant guess the outcome of this move. It could work out good for Maharashtra, or it could turn out to be a debacle too. One thing is certain anyways - Raj doesnot care about the outcome. As far as he's concerned, this just means votes. Vote bank politics are the key to ruling this country and the politicians know that. Lower caste reservation, Hindutva, and now Marathi reservation! Lets just hope this doesnot lead later on to Kannadiga reservation, Tamil reservation, Telugu reservation and Malayalee reservation. You cant stop politiciand from learning from each other.

In short, to answer your question, this issue is going to have its oscillations throughout the country and not just in Maharashtra. And the final outcome could be good or could be a real debacle.
Answered by joe v, 13 Feb '08 03:43 pm

 
  
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He talks pure rubbish. If his "Marathi Manoos" are thinking he speaks sense then without doubt they are fools and dont deserve any sympathy. May be because of their brain limitation they are not getting jobs ......
Answered by Parrupu Dasan, 13 Feb '08 03:20 pm

 
  
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Think from his views & u will also bcom a ban-manus
Answered by Hanif Dhanji, 13 Feb '08 03:16 pm

 
  
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He is doing right only for himself,he is not doing any good for maharastra,and nither for india.
Answered by Suhail khan, 13 Feb '08 03:09 pm

 
  
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Todays newspaper says he is a puppet of the Congress.
Why he is not targetting the rich North Indians or their shops and establishments, why he is just targetting the poorest of poor people. Just think
Answered by manoj thakur, 13 Feb '08 03:07 pm

 
  
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Yes 100%.... Think from his point of view. do not think from your point of you...
Answered by nandkumar Suryawanshi, 13 Feb '08 03:05 pm

 
  
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