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UP can change. This is not difficult. Take it from me in writing. In five years, we can start changing this state and in ten years, people from outside will come here looking for jobs. People will then ask, what is happening in UP. We can change things easily Said Rahul - Why he wants people go to UP for jobs ?

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Asked by venkatesaldevarajan, 13 Dec '11 08:01 pm
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Most of the people of UP migrate to other states for jobs. He is talking about reversing the situation so that the state prospers and people of UP are above to make their living in their own state as well as people from other states coming to UP for jobs.
Given the will and sincerity, politicians could do this long back.
If his intentions are good, let him try. Unless his party comes to power, they cannot do much.
Answered by Francisco, 13 Dec '11 08:50 pm

 
  
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He is trying to please the gullible voters by his rhetoric so that he could prove to the countrymen that he is capable of fetching votes for the party . His entire effort this time is to show something big so as to ensure his post for PM .Once he is PM he will be in a position to ensure enough fund for the state through many big corporate houses .But i am sure nothing like this is likely to happen and his dream is not to materialize in the present scenario .
Answered by sk singh, 13 Dec '11 08:53 pm

 
  
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In 5-10 years,entire INDIA may have a different face with lots of changes
Answered by anil garg, 13 Dec '11 11:26 pm

 
  
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An infant, do not understand what he speaks. Since independance his party was at the helm of affairs in the country, almost. UP has produced maximum number of PMs and legislators.

Did he mean that all these PMs and legislatures were lame ducks that the state remained stagnant from being developed, despite which?

Chhodo, Bachha hai, abhi to kuch samajta nahin hai.
Source: siachen
Answered by ravi nair, 13 Dec '11 08:12 pm

 
  
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He is hoping congress will come to power and congress will change face of UP forever.
Answered by Shalini, 13 Dec '11 08:06 pm

 
  
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Sir, Let him dream Becoz he and his gang is sleeping for decades.
Why shd we discuss this?(:-))
His own party is in power for last few decades
His own constituency is in UP
Amethi, Rai bareli etc
WHAT they have done? Let us forget whole UP. What he has done for his own constituency? Immature talking only make him not winning any recent state elections
See Tamilnadu what happened? They asked 63 seats but got not even 2 digits
Answered by hitler, 13 Dec '11 08:04 pm

 
  
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There is nothing new in his oratory except the wise words: "If there is a Will, there is a Way". The pity is there is no political will seen in any party to show the way for Unity and Progress of this Country. Should we entrust the task to a few selected scientists, planners and management experts for fulling the dream at much lesser costs? What will happen to Politicians! I cannot even imagine as they cannot fit in any where else.
Answered by Arakuzha Ramachandran, 14 Dec '11 08:44 am

 
  
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