They said the Railways would go bankrupt in 2015; he is now announcing a profit of Rs 25,000 crore by leaving passenger fares untouched year after year. They said he was a joker in the pack, a jester, but he ended up lecturing Harvard, Wharton and IIM.
He claims to have made a man from Karnataka (H.D. Deve Gowda) prime minister, yet he stands accused of terming a section of Kannadigas “dirty people”. There are those who say he has turned the railways around, and there are those who allege he has turned it into a personal fiefdom if not himself of his statesmen.
What is the one question you would like to Railway Minister Lalu Prasad at a time when Bihari has become a bad word in the political lexicon? Keep your queries short and civil.
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