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Old 23rd November 2005, 20:47   #16
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This is great news but I just have the feeling that law & order in Bihar is actually going to get worse, at least in the short term. Of course, the kidnappings, killings, communal riots (i hope not) etc will all be sponsered by Laloo to destablise the new government. People need to look through all this.
Another thing that people need to do is give the new government time. 15 years of plundering cannot be set right in 5 years, so in the next election, people shouldn't vote that buffon laloo back.
Hopefully this is the last we have seen of Laoo Prasad Yadav.
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Congrats to Nitish Kumar first of all...looks like Laloo and Rabri are back to the cow-herding business...he should also be removed from the post of Railway Minister, though he has done quite a few things in favour of both the public and the environment!!..but what goes on behind the scenes is what is unknown to us.
BUT BEWARE ALL YOU PEOPLE: "JAB TAK RAHEGA SAMOSE ME ALOO TAB TAK RAHEGA BIHAR ME LALOO"
MORAL OF THE QUOTE: We have to get rid of the aloo in the samosa first
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