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Change is Here – People who left West Bengal due to bad governance of Left Parties should come back now

i Saikat Sengupta
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Date: 17/05/2011
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From health to education and jobs – a lot of people left West Bengal because there were no opportunities. Now the expected change is here; then why living outside? There will be jobs, there will be scope for higher studies, there will be good governance and there will be good health care services. Peace will be everywhere.

Isn’t it the time to come back and help the new government nurture the changes? Let’s contribute to the progress of West Bengal – come back!

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Change is Here – People who left West Bengal due to bad governance of Left Parties should come back now

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Change is Here – People who left West Bengal due to bad governance of Left Parties should come back now

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People left the state due to the bad governance of the previous ruling party

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As the left government is not there any more, it’s time to come back

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Nobody wants to settle outside, proper opportunities and environment would attract them to come back

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People did not leave the state because of the government, there were other reasons also

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Unless new government proves its worth, it will be risky to come back

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Once somebody is settled outside, it is tough to come back

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the golden days for bengal are on its way...

Posted by Arnab Baksi on 06/06/2011 at 01:51 PM

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and nation's heights depends on its pillars(states) and pillars its raw (people).

Posted by Nidhi Raj on 30/05/2011 at 12:29 PM

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β€œAnyone can give up, it's the easiest thing in the world to do. But to hold it together when everyone else would understand if you fell apart, that's true strength.”. good words to listen but not easy words to follow, but what we do today is legacy for coming generation and a block in either building nation or diminishing its heights...

Posted by Nidhi Raj on 30/05/2011 at 12:26 PM

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is it certain? how can they be sure those who left west bengal that the change will take place?, it can also be a political gimmick "Change" , change will place in all the spheres? we need a certain RADICAL change in the system,, which is very difficult thing to do,,,

Posted by Tanumoy Hazra on 25/05/2011 at 02:12 PM

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Change in the ultimate reality, its natural and obvious, it cant be tamed or controlled but it can be modified and routed. Now in the case of state politics and governance the rule of the law plays an important role & magnifies the situation. People are not bunch of individual its crowd and what happened was a crowed sentiment rather than a individual statement. Crowd follows individual thinks. Now in the course of time individual decision takes the course of crowd manifestation. So who will return to the state is a very long drawn process which will take its course as the politics unfolds.

Posted by on 20/05/2011 at 09:43 AM | X

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The best part about this entire topic is - Till the time one will have to take a pay-cut to come back to Kolkata, he/she won't come back here no matter what.

Posted by on 17/05/2011 at 03:25 PM

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yes absolutely... but we also know that people have left the state owing to lesser opportunities and career growth...

Posted by Sumana Chakraborty on 17/05/2011 at 09:02 PM

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then why aren't they coming back - now there will be plenty of opportunities and career growth...so...

Posted by Saikat Sengupta on 18/05/2011 at 12:02 AM

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It seems foolish to imagine that a simple change in government would result in an immediate upshot in career opportunities. While a government may have a role in the growth/fall of economy, so does the people. While Bengalis have done wonders across the globe, they seem to be seriously lacking enthusiasm to do the same closer home, if only because of their "besh to cholchhe" attitude. This resulted in a celebration of mediocrity, causing, as someone said on twitter, merit to be dismissed as elitist. This led most of the apparently capable and interested to leave the state for greener pastures, with better working environments and attitude. Of the ones that stayed on to make a difference, most lost hope when they realised that the very people whose lot they are trying to improve, don't give a damn, or worse, want their efforts to fail, just so they can gloat over the shortcomings of a greater mind, and thus find an excuse to remain oblivious to the rot that has permeated their life and times in a gazillion ways. We are our own shortcomings. What we are claiming to be a fault of a government is as much a fault of our own. A government can only be so good as the people it represents. If we all stop complaining and start making ourselves useful, maybe "Amar Sonar Bangla" still has a frigging chance. Before doing something, stop saying, "kore ki labh". Start saying, "korle khoti ki". "The superior man seeks what is right; the inferior one, what is profitable." --Confucius "I'll be back" -- T100 / KKN

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Those who left the state due to bad governance can't come back by just signs of change. People can't bank on Mamata blindly and risk their settled life. You can't take Mamata as per her face value.

Posted by Dibyasundar Nayak on 17/05/2011 at 02:50 PM

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