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RIP Balasaheb! May his soul rest in peace! But i so agree with Yashashri! My city looks like a haunted city! Just because of someone's death, the whole city is suffering! We can't even do our regular shopping such as stationary etc. Have a freaking exam tom and now they declare a bandh tom! How are we supposed to travel and stuff! Damn think about the common man on the streets working for a living has to close the shop and sit at home. Real sad situation of our country! :(:(
@omnipitence n raatkirani- u two idiots wil never even be able to imagine what that man did for the state and for this nation giving 45 years of life for the countries politics becoming something from nothing
and cos of him peoples can still live freely in mumbai orelse it would have been hell in mumbai
and why wouldnt he should fight and raise voice n opinion for mumbai after all he was the true son of soil
anyways he has gone n i js wish his soul rest in peace.
@viriya.kryan-well said i agree with you completely i dont think anyone needs to add anything.
Edited on:17 November 2012 at 9:02am
@penta - he won't be in hell bcz Hell is for the ppl like Kasab who KILL innocents not Bala saheb ...
RIP Balasaheb...he was like real tiger. N agree with u yashashri...btw I miss u yashashri, cum bk soon.
the only reputation he leaves behind is that of division and disrespect for anyone who is not a maharashtrian - ask the parsis, catholics and the muslims he and his goons chased, better yet, ask the hindus who are not maharashtrians.
someone with his mindset or worse will take his place, so nothing really will change!
Funny thing is, every person in india has the right to live and work in whichever city they choose to. No politician or political party should have the right to create barriers. As a state leader, you should promote the wellbeing of all indians - whether they are from punjab, assam or kerela
oh and before people start attacking and defending and saying that it wasn't him, but his party or goons who acted in this way.. here is a reality check - leaders and ANYONE in a position of power is responsible for all the minions working under him/her. As a leader, you bear the responsibility of the actions of your party!
Edited on:17 November 2012 at 8:12am
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