This is no valid argument to support the house of Tatas.
I must impress upon you that the corrupt political persons and bureaucrats have left no stone unturned that can make those people poor so that they can make schemes and programs and muffle away those money as it has happened all the years in last six decades.
But when we are talking about Singur and the integrity of the things there, where a fifth generation industrialists is not only pampered but lot of hue and cry is made as if the sky is going to break on West Bengal. What has happened at Nandigram is a separate subject and what is happening at SINGUR is also a separate subject with many different angles and possibilities. Try to understand the situation that will also help you to understand the facts. 1000 Crore investment with less than 500 persons to be employed and threat of Tatas to move out has taken whole of West bengal on rocks. At Jharkhand over five lakh crore MoU signed, not a single inch land acquired but there is no noice.
Gentleman, you must agree to day or tomorrow that due to the civil society movements, the poor are still protected. Though the task is huge but it does not deter us. There are many, i must say more than 90% NGOs now which can be termed as 'DUKAN". They stand exposed within no time, as they do not have acceptance at the ground level.
Please come with positive arguments but do not try to fire guns in the air with both eyes closed. I am ready to go to any length with counter arguments and If you convince me i am wrong, I will not hesitate to agree.
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