Bihar 1998-2020: So Much And So Little Change

Between 1998 and today, is the only noticeable change in the Bihar campaign the absence of Lalu Prasad Yadav? #TBT

29/10/2020 5:27 AMupdated: 29/10/2020 8:19 AM
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  • Nikhil C.
    12/09/2021 11:18

    Now his sons who haven't even studied upto 10th class will run the second largest state.

  • Ahmad S.
    04/09/2021 14:40

  • Pranab K.
    06/08/2021 16:58

    IAS, IPS were mostly from this state reason why the country is victim of rampant corruption since its inception. Corruption is infectious and the disease has spread throughout the country.

  • Shah J.
    05/08/2021 20:36

    He is more akin to actually drink tea from the saucer rather than a fine China decanter and cup set. Do forgive the white singlet usually donned by ricksaw wallahs

  • Arun A.
    01/04/2021 21:49

    Sabse nalla chor in Indian history of politics.. Saale ne gaaye bhenson ka chaara tak nahi choda ... Nalla chor lalu yadav

  • Tawheed S.
    26/03/2021 19:18

    Bihar once under bengal province was one of the richest places on earth. Time changes everything..who would have thought in that period of time that this will be the fate of bihar in future.

  • Ghosh B.
    25/03/2021 13:05

    No change after 100yrs

  • Siddhant R.
    11/12/2020 10:44

    Is this clip from a documentary? If yes, which one?

  • Sarkar P.
    25/11/2020 14:39

    That's why I say the people behind Brut are one of the biggest motherfuckers the world has ever seen...The train they showed was from Bangladesh..

  • Swagatam G.
    24/11/2020 06:09


  • A A.
    23/11/2020 11:39

    Lawless country

  • Mandar M.
    22/11/2020 05:57

    This is such an one-sided journalism. Lalu Yadav is considered a social engineer. He rose from nothing. He has given on national television, recipes to cook rats from the farms in Bihar’s most backward regions. He and his RJD party workers have successfully fought the terror of uppercaste landlords in Bihar. He dint let riots happen in his state even when the whole country was burning post the babri mosque demolition by anti national bjp/ rss imbeciles. His tenure as rail minister was most lustrous as he ran most no of trains from Bihar to rest of India. The wealthy Indians should be thankful to Lalu Yadav for providing them with cheap labour. To cancel, demonise him is plainly a mischievous attempt. His son in last state assembly elections has proved that a considerable number of people have rejected the apathetic rightwing government hijacked by mostly the same feudal caste men who terrorise the poor in Bihar. Also, RJD has buried its hatchet with the communists/ marxists/ leninist by having a pre-poll alliance with them which helped it win considerable seats. RJD led coalition couldnt be a winner because it had a coalition with congress (mother of hindutva) hoping it would secure the vote from uppercastes but that dint happen as feudal uppercastes blindly vote for communal and casteist bjp. RJD led coalition’s candidates have lost many seats by a margin of less than hundred votes.

  • Vipul P.
    16/11/2020 11:56

    haha now he is living in jail

  • Vijay S.
    13/11/2020 08:54

    Uffffffff bihar is been wor$t and backward state from decades! And nothing changed though

  • Abhay S.
    05/11/2020 16:26

    Tab jungle raaj tha ab thora sudhra hai ab agar uska beta ko jita liye phir bihar fas jayega

  • Rohit G.
    04/11/2020 04:30

    So now underratand from where Nitish has brought the Bihar state..

  • రవి త.
    03/11/2020 10:10

    I think the video showing people on top of the train is from Bangladesh

  • Akshay K.
    01/11/2020 16:54

    People of bihar even if u want Nitish to go....plz don't vote for Lalu's someone else 🙂

  • Nitin S.
    01/11/2020 12:34

    Chara chor

  • Raju V.
    01/11/2020 09:17

    Bihar and UP needs a social revolution first before any change! Women there needs to take more active participation in helping other women.

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