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Goa minister Ravi Naik had said that there will be more beggars in Goa if trains linking it to Patna are introduced..... Is it good to these kind of comments...

Asked by Neeraj, 20 Aug '08 05:19 pm
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This is called the cheap politics.
Answered by saumitra srivastav, 20 Aug '08 05:21 pm

 
  
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Though it is not good, I feel Mr. Ravi Naik's feelings are right. You may talk patriotism, one country and whatever things you like to blame him, but one should not forget that India is not a country with single culture. It is a combination of many states. Every person loves his language, his city, and his religion like he loves India. Goa is somewhat developed state than Bihar and mainly depends on tourism. If beggars create a havoc to that industry, it is natural for goans to worry. If maharashtrians are against the growing immigration from Bihar, like Goans, maharashtrians also have problems with them. It is natural for human being to behave like that. If something happens agains India everyone will unite for that. But my question is will anyone in this world will let others destroy his own homeland and source of living for the sake of patriotism? So instead of blaming others and introducing new trains for easy immigration of biharis to other states, let Nithish and Laloo ...more
Answered by Narendran kumar, 20 Aug '08 09:07 pm

 
  
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