Will west bengal face industrial isolation due to Singur fiasco?
Asked by anubhav bhargava, 16 Oct '08 08:01 pm
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I don't think so. But govt has to learn certain things as early as possible . If they maintain their ego that can create a gap. Now their leaders are abusing Governor whom CM requested to mediate. No partism should go above people's interest. But who cares? India as a whole to be considered to promote industrialisation. What short of industries are ther in Tripura, North east states? Let India as a whole progress.Answered by prabirb, 16 Oct '08 08:09 pm
No. Due to this reason people will start to think. As India grows fastly industries cannot isolate W. Bangal.Because it is having SeaportAnswered by Kurian Chacko, 16 Oct '08 08:05 pm
YesAnswered by balasubramanian, 16 Oct '08 08:03 pm
Mr. Bhargava, which State do you belong Sir? I tell you I'm proud a Bengali but obviously more proud becoming an Indian! I understand what provoked you for such fear! Bengal has faced lot of inequility for prolonged period of time. Industrial isolation may take place for further period of time in Bengal due to Singur. Infosis has deferred their investment, so is declared my Mr. Zindal at Shalbani. But it will not last long. Soon the scenario would change. The big Corporate houses would definitely understand that "Trinamul" & "Mamta" is not the only and last in Bengal. Hence, please let us hope for the shining Sun. Thanks.Answered by ashis, 17 Oct '08 02:06 pm