Sunday, October 3, 2010

Kaun Banega Arabpati?

By Manuwant Choudhary

In Bihar no one is interested in Amitabh Bachchan's Kaun Banega Crorepati....with state elections around the corner they are more interested in Kaun Banega Arabpati.

Yesterday, Congresss workers attacked the Bihar State Congress President Nawab Mehboob Alii Qaiser as he returned from New Delhi...they manhandled him and even attacked his vehicle...Qaiser just managed to get away.

Congress workers are angry because they paid Rs.50 lakhs for a Congress ticket and yet their bids were unsuccessful!

Today they have locked up the main gate of Sadaqat Ashram - the Congress Party headquarters.

In the BJP - the party with a difference- workers ransacked the state office in broad daylight..breaking chairs and tables..assaulting office bearers of the Parrrrrrrrty.

Patna's streets are dangerous these days - the party goons are roaming all over.

By comparison Laloo's RJD seems quiet..except for RJD politicians deserting the ship.

Somehow RJD is becoming a goonless party as former chief minister Rabri Devi's goon brothers have quit the RJD. Sadhu Yadav has joined the Congress and Subhash is still trying. No one is willing to even take him despite Laloo wishing his salaas well, "Abhee unka phoolne phalne ka samai hai."

Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal (United) is anything but united. Every public meeting of Nitish Kumar becomes a free for all, just like the free for all in the Bihar assembly.

So I would like to inform Mr. Amitabh Bachan that at least from Bihar no one is interested in Kaun Banega Crorepati! (Who Wants To Be a Millionaire?

Instead I invite him to have his show outside the Bihar assembly for Bihar's politicians only.

The questions will be?

1) Which state is Loknayak Jaiprakash Narayan from?

2) Who is the chief minister of Bihar?

3) Dr. Manmohan Singh is the Prime Minister of which country.

And all winners would get their crores here with a rider that they will not attempt at getting themselves elected and a promise that they will spare the country.

This is a story about the great Indian loot.

But what is the corruption rate in Bihar? Something you will not get under the Right To Information.

Just yesterday a clerk of the Superintendant of police at Muzaffarpur was caught with Rs.3 crore in his home.

Nitish Kumar's government has spent some 13,000 crore rupees without a bill to back them!

To transfer a jail superintendant the going rate is Rs.12 lakh...(it may have increased even as I write)

To transfer an IAS it is a crore!

Three years ago Bihar did not have a single expensive car on its roads Pajero's are common..except their occupants are special - bearded goons!

Sushashan or Shoe-shashan - you decide.



Anonymous said...

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Sauvik said...

Excellent post about the true conditions of Bihar and its politics. Congratulations on your truthfulness and courage. DO NOT VOTE - that is the most powerful message yet. I will be commenting on this post on my blog this evening. Stay tuned.

Suneet Pandit said...

Good Job is all i say. Sauvik sir's blog post has done the needed as it provides a link to yours.

Boom Shankar, Dushman ko tang kar