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Sir,aap buhat kamaal likhte ho aur zameen se jude rehne ki koshish karte ho hamesha.Aapki civic journalism ki baat se mein 100% sehmat hun.Par yahaan har koi jab sthaaney ko rashtriya aur rashtriya ko antarrashtriya aur fir antarrashtriya ko vichardhaara se na jod le,usko chain hi nahin padta.Mudde par rehkar baat karna aisa lagta hai jaise hamaare khoon mein hai hi nahin.
But Bihar is Secular and Tolerant state unlike Gujarat which is built by Muslim Blood as per one of your own ilk aka Aayush Tyagi..
Your eesey is spot on in some respects but missed the lager picture. For thinking mind to blossom, for art and science to flourish, the first condition necessary is a peaceful society providing security and leisure. Non of these exist in Bihar. They have been systematically destroyed. A mediocre education system only produce illiterates and half educated unemployable youths. And these abound in Bihar. How can you expect them to become game changer. IAS, ITT are those from middle class who buy good, credible education. To me they are no more than posh clerks. Political maters knows very well that it is much easier to govern over half educated, illiterates. They have, therefore no interest in improving educational institutions. I come from a village in Mzaffarpur district, 60 km from Patna. Yet it still exist in 1950s and 60 s. I interacted with Primary school kids. To my horror I found they can neither read nor write ! A society is successful only on account of education. Unless education system is totally overhauled, expect nothing in Bihar. Sad but true.