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PROGRESS in Bengal AFTER "PARIBARTAN"?

i Sourav Maulik
Category: Politics
Date: 13/05/2011
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IS THIS REALLY THE CHANGE THAT BENGAL NEEDED???

IS THIS A VICTORY FOR "MAA MATI MANUSH" OR IS IT A REJECTION THE LEFT 

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Yes

PROGRESS in Bengal AFTER "PARIBARTAN"?

No

PROGRESS in Bengal AFTER "PARIBARTAN"?

DEBATE

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1-A new government eager to prove itself after coming to power

2-With the opposition being reduced to a minority, the new government can pass new schemes without the fear of it being blocked

3- Can cement itself into the collective  psyche of Bengal  by performing credibly.

posted by Sourav Maulik | suggest edit

1-Mamata is too moody a leader 

2- DEEP POLITICISATION of the Bureaucracy by the left front government for the past 35 years

3- Distrust among the middle and upper middle  classes  of Bengal about the TMC regarding its minority vote pandering and \"bandh-style\" politics

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None whatsoever. There is too much populist politics going on in the state- at some point, you must start taking rational decisions and not get carried away by public opinion.

Posted by Sanjana Bhattacharyya on 26/06/2012 at 12:28 PM

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there will be definite progress...but we need to give time to this new govt...we must not hurry up for desperate results...

Posted by Sourav Dutta on 15/07/2011 at 02:12 PM

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Communism is back dated.we need a new system which may be modified dictatorship. And hope west bengal will progress soon.

Posted by on 02/07/2011 at 02:17 PM | X

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I feel its the REJECTION OF THE LEFT,,,, to stary in agovernment for 34 yrs,, is not only by shallow governence or rigging,, but they off late in the last 2 yrs,, the party base has been damaged by the problems and the deaths of the major leaderss, and their efficiency decreased,, so did TMC came.....,, to survive TMC need to keep up their promise.

Posted by Tanumoy Hazra on 17/06/2011 at 02:20 PM

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We can hope that West Bengal will progress. The new government must be aware of what people of Bengal wants from them.

Posted by Sabyasachi Majumdar on 18/05/2011 at 07:07 PM

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Nice that 17 years of all the "hard" works (including hunger strikes and all) have finally paid off. And we all wanted a change... we got it. We all want a better tomorrow.. and hope TMC will not let us down. But frankly speaking... I have a serious doubt! I can't trust Mamata. Who will be our CM? If its Mamata herself then she's going to make a serious mistake. Its a huge responsibility I guess to be a Railway Minister of whole India (after all we are first Indians). She cannot repeat her past again. Or is this simply because she can neither speak English (being an LLB) nor Hindi (our national language) to mark her presence in the Lok Shaba? Well I don't know... but this could be a reason behind her poor attendance in the Parliament! and if someone else from TMC becomes our CM... then who will you want? a singer? a poet? a tollywood filmstar? or a Gangster? I'm super confused :)

Posted by Anupam Sen on 17/05/2011 at 04:28 AM

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Hoping for a better tomorrow in Bengal, but with a cautious note.

Posted by Debsuvra Ghosh on 16/05/2011 at 11:30 PM

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People of west bengal can no longer be fooled with words and freebies and money. People are despeate for development and if TMC cannot deliver, it will be doomed. TMC's track record at KMC and panchayats is good so far. And we can all rest assured Mamata wont let this opportunity go waste. Let us have hope.

Posted by Agnivo Niyogi on 16/05/2011 at 09:52 PM

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The New government is raising hope for everyone....We need a clean & green West Bengal...But We people have to be conscious...to make our city beautiful...in each & every way.

Posted by on 16/05/2011 at 06:24 PM | X

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Weapons found everywhere from CPIM leader's house. West Mednapore, Hoogly, bankura and others... Already showed progress. From 14th police arrested 9 CPIM zonal leaders and their supporter for illegal weapons collection. We knew before that they have many more. But from now just see how many weapons will find from their house.

Posted by Sugata Chaki on 16/05/2011 at 12:15 PM

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From block to sub-division, panchait, municipality and now state - TMC is the majority everywhere. Moreover, they have the support from Central - working SHOULD NOT be difficult for them! However, as you said - New govt. can pass new schemes without any fear of it being blocked - this can be dangerous. Anyways, it is not the right time to vote for Yes or No now. Let's wait and see.

Posted by Saikat Sengupta on 16/05/2011 at 11:29 AM

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"However, as you said - New govt. can pass new schemes without any fear of it being blocked - this can be dangerous. "...why you people mix up your faults with other.....you should really wait & watch!!

Posted by on 16/05/2011 at 11:37 AM | X

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This is a general comment - anybody who knows that there is no one to answer and no one to stop, can commit mistakes.

Posted by Saikat Sengupta on 16/05/2011 at 11:41 AM

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TMC Govt. in West Bengal has not been born yet and people has already started to review their performance. ridiculous!!! and its more ridiculous when some educated people are raising this type of debate.

Posted by on 16/05/2011 at 06:14 PM | X

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the baby is just infant and you are talking about the baby wining 100mt. race immediately. before debating, just look at current status economic status of WB.

Posted by on 16/05/2011 at 06:17 PM | X

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"Moreover, they have the support from Central - working SHOULD NOT be difficult for them!" sounded a little strange since at one point of time Left was allied with Congress in the Centre... going by your logic, they had the opportunity to work...but probably they didnt

Posted by Sumana Chakraborty on 16/05/2011 at 08:05 PM

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Big difference: kind of alliance Left parties had with UPA govt. is way too different from the alliance between INC and AITMC. Even a child can understand the difference.

Posted by Saikat Sengupta on 16/05/2011 at 11:40 PM

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yess u r right... it was more a farce than alliance... left supported UPA at the center and opposed them at the state level...even a child knew it

Posted by Sumana Chakraborty on 16/05/2011 at 11:50 PM

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There was the Polit Bureau in between...you must be aware of the entire incident...it was not in state govt's hand....anyways, there is no point in driving the debate in another direction....i said AITMC should not be any problem running the state as they will get support from all spheres of the society and that is TRUE!

Posted by Saikat Sengupta on 16/05/2011 at 11:54 PM

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ALREADY THE FIRST SIGNS OF THINGS REMAINING THE SAME AS BEFORE HAS BECOME EVIDENT, CP(I)M youth workers beaten black AND BLUE by TMC supporters in their revelry.

Posted by Sourav Maulik on 14/05/2011 at 11:16 PM

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Don't tell me ur a CPM supporter!!! :-D LOL :-)))))

Posted by on 15/05/2011 at 12:04 AM | X

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no matter who gets beaten...the "cholbe naa" and the needles aversion to viable industry needs to stop......not too many expectations from TMC, but hoping for some positives....

Posted by on 15/05/2011 at 01:24 AM | X

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If TMC has to survive.. they have to show progress.

Posted by Anirudh Lohia on 14/05/2011 at 11:31 AM

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I have no issues with Ms. Banerjee rather, I am happy to have a dedicated and determined CM like her, ruling our state... What disgusts me is the rest of the composition of Trinamul Congress... Other than Ms. Banerjee and a handful of ministers, most of the party is made up of people who are incompetent... Will Ms. Banerjee be able to run the government alone? Most of the TMC candidates have won not because they are worthy but, because they are led by a leader who is liked by the people. They have won not because they deserve it but, because people want the Left to loose... It is a democracy and the people have spoken, I do not have the right to complain. But, I would like to raise my question again, will Ms. Banerjee be able to run the government alone?

Posted by Shabbir Akhtar on 13/05/2011 at 11:50 PM

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lets hope for the best, I have my doubts but yes I think she can.

Posted by Sourav Maulik on 13/05/2011 at 11:37 PM

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Ofcourse yes, this is what we had been craving for...had waited for several years for this change to happen... we have faith on Didi and hopeful for a better tomorrow....

Posted by Sumana Chakraborty on 13/05/2011 at 11:30 PM

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