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Bharat cannot afford to let Bengal wither away like this

Once upon a time, there was an identity called Bengali. However, today, I am afraid of the total collapse of Bengal’s economy, society, and identity if things do not change dramatically.

An analysis A THREAD that I did not like to write. Please read till the end.

Data compared to the so-called 4 BIMARU states. in last 20 years they crossed Bengal on per capita GDP.

Odisha -$1900

Rajasthan -$2100

Chattisgarh -$1900

MP -$ 1948

BENGAL -$1900

UP is behind right now but they started the engine and will cross Bengal in next 10 years.

Despite the good rank in some social indicator, west Bengal faced the absence of big infra development and new investment which is most important. It caused the huge rural and unban outbound migration.

Bengal ranked 4th in outbound migration

Remember Bengal has a very low population growth rate. Only 1.6. mostly one child formula now. just imagine, in future they will have to migrate leaving their parents in home, and poor labor migrants even will have to leave their wives and children.

It will create a huge social disbalance in Bengal. only orders, women and children will be staying in at home. it will be a security threat too. Sandeshkhali is a living example. Gundas will take advantages and rule the society.

Bengali identity mostly stands on it’s cultural achievements and languages. But that’s the past glory.

Did you ever think that whoever Bengalis won Nobel, all of them studied before 80s and then left Bengal?

Has Bengal produced a great talent after that ?

Cinema – After Satyajit roy ,only Rituparna ghosh was prominent figure who took the legacy on. now, Bengali film are only the copy of south.

Sports – Football is the most popular sports in Bengal but now only one Bengali in national team, even Mohan Bagan and East Bengal have few Bengali players.

Language – It is going to die. 90% of Kolkata children and most of urban students studying in English medium and central board. after 15 years no Bengali will be here who will read Pratham alo, Gora or Ami Subhas Bolchhi in Bengali. no readers no literature.

Bengalis have talent. many Bengalis are doing good in cultural field till now. but they are from Delhi Mumbai or Bhopal or they left Bengal in initial stages.

Till now some elite class from Kolkata are not ready to accept the facts and most dangerous is they run the state.

(This article has been compiled from the tweet thread posted by @SHAMINDU_MUKHJE on February 26, 2024, with minor edits to improve readability and conform to HinduPost style guide)

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  1. Yes. Bengalis are dying out! Its cultural heritage is on the wane! Social structure has sharply eroded. Family breaks out. Young Bengalis migrate. Most of them don’t like to return. Parents live solitary and hapless life. Bengalis are churning in a selfish cauldron. Their prestige, academic flare, sense of dignity & pride (not vanity) are all on the wane. If things not change magically, the Bengalis , their society, their glory will be a forgotten history.


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