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BMDC will fail due to bad 'adjectives'

Views of the readers were sought here on what do they think about BMDC.

Do you think BMDC will be a milestone to meet the aspirations of the people?

Name: Sukumar Sinha, Silchar. [No]

Because Bishnupriyas [Manipuris] are extremely selfish, cunning, rowdy, non-coperative, egoist, indsicipline and no love for their own society, prone to gaining false fame, propagonda and publicity and lastly being extremely corrupt the intention of creating the BMDC will be failed and the office bearers will resort to blame game at the end. The poor docile will remain hankering for basic needs.

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  1. There is a saying "rising sun shows the day". So is the case with BMDC also, as far as ................. , Whatsoever, I feel, Sukumar Sinha could have held his emotions / stopped vomitting sensations for sometime by taking some KHULLAI (medicine). Unfortunately, he has vomitted everything. Be careful, next time.

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  2. Few question to Sukumar Sinha: 1) why was the word Manipuri in ( ) ?
    2) Did u exclude ur name from Bishnupriya ? If not, then all adjectives used by u are applicable to u. Pl. don't spit in the air vertically, it will fall on u.

    R.M.Sinha

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  3. Sukumar seems to be frustrated bdfor the BMDC started its functioning. But I would try to console him "please wait and see". We should be positive in our approach and wish that we should not prepare ourselves to hear all the adjectives that came out of his mouth/pen! Beware! Mr Kartiksena, the Captain of BMDC ship. Dils LK.

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  4. hello Suuuuuuuukumar,

    The adjectives - extremely selfish, cunning, rowdy, non-coperative, egoist, indsicipline, no love - I think your time has come to change your mother tongue and go any community where you DON'T find people. OK

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  5. Somebody Got them

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