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Where is the real toxic mindset ?

I am not from Bihar, and neither I have any roots that are connected to the place. But Madam seems to have misjudged entirely a state which is too essential for the nation. She seems to have completely stereotyped Bihar; it's people and also the ideologies it follows. While I choose to disagree with what she mentioned or generalised, even if it's true, it's untrue for a single place or all the people in general. Probably a lot of her personal experience has got into writing this ***, and she knows that it's a good dope for the consumption of the people who like the fancied north-south cultural divide. She probably also need to know that her cow belt, in reality, gives the most number of civil servants this nation commissions each year and at the same time, it also gives the largest population of skilled labour who run the economy on the ground and not in the air-conditioned chambers
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