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Indian State Bihar : Men and married women

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  • Indian State Bihar : Men and married women

    The Honorable Chief Minister of Bihar has the following gem on offer

    "Only 2-5 percent men go on outings with their wives. Others go out on dates with other men's wives. There is nothing wrong in having a girlfriend. If you go to Patna's Eco park it's not only unmarried people who are hanging out together. If both the man and the woman are adults and their relationship is consensual, there is nothing wrong in having an affair. This a personal choice,"

    I suspect that his statistics are suspect but I would give him 10 on 10 on the realizing that consenting adults do not need to be socially or legally hounded; their respective spouses should be able to do that;)

    The BJP and the Sangh Parivar must be bursting a vein.

    Of course, to ruin his openmindedness, he also has the following gems on offer, to showcase his business friendliness

    "I am aware that small traders indulge in hoarding and black marketing of goods to make profit in order to sustain their families and educate their children," Manjhi had said. "You please don't worry about your activities as the state government will not punish you for hoarding and black marketing on small scale."
    And his openness on his personal corruption is rather admirable

    "More money is spent on the construction of pillars than the bridge...these engineers and technocrats who have stacked crores of rupees give some money to contractors and to me too...I also get commission...I will not take the commission money from now on and use that money to teachers of the state.....," said Manjhi.
    "I will not take commission money from now" - has anyone seen a politician with more integrity?
    "Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is not omnipotent. Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent. Is he both able and willing? Then whence cometh evil? Is he neither able nor willing? Then why call him God?" ~ Epicurus