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    Is partition of UP necessary for the development?

    is partition of UP necessary for the development?
  • #596
    Hi Santosh,

    Its really a good question. As you know that still UP is a developing state. This state gave many famous personality to this country like Lal Bhadur Shastri, Jawahar Lal Nehru, Rajiv Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi, Varun Gandhi etc. But no one can develop this state still now because. This state is quiet a large and no one can develop such a large state within no time. So, its better to develop separately. I think UP can be develop by dividing the state in 2 parts. And Its mainly depend upon the politicians. No one can do any thing.

    With Regards,
    Prashant Sultania

  • #597
    If Andhra Pradesh can be made into small states and why not UP. The demand for smaller states is also demanded in UP since long time. Its high time centre consider the proposal of Mayawathi for smaller states.

    K Mohan

    A Member who does not belongs to UP but still contributes to this site on daily basis

  • #598
    Hi K.Mohan,

    Yes you are right that in UP each and every Politicians are try to divide the state in two parts. But it is quite tough to do all this thing.

    All the senior politicians have to answer about the dividing the state in two pieces. If this happens then there will be a huge controversies in whole country.

    With Regards,
    Prashant Sultania

  • #602
    The Question comes why still UP is a developing state after sp many contribution to the indian leadership and after having godd resources for farming and agriculture?

    Why Givernment completely neglected development of utter Pradesh.Even you can not start small bussiness in majority of cities in UP because of 10-18 hours load shedding(light problem).

    What the leaders can do after dividing UP.Its nothing but a power game.


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