Today News is about Lalu's blog becomes railway complaint box
Well its more than that, LALU says 'Raj is fighting for his political survival'
Anyone entering politics these days often resorts to such narrow minded and selfish tactics to show their strength and attain political goals. Such narrow minded politics is no doubt, a serious threat to the nation's unity. Such people do not realize they are causing harm to themselves than achieving any goal.
Railway Minister Lalu Prasad loves to do things in style, whether it is talking about the movies or his latest passion — blogging.
In a bid to reach out to the tech-savvy Gen-X, Lalu has decided to adopt its medium — the internet and with it, he joins the league of celebrities like Bollywood actors Amitabh Bachchan and Aamir Khan, who have been making headlines and grabbing eyeballs with their blogs.
Blogger Lalu says he decided to go online, when a friend of his suggested that it was a good way to connect instantly with the masses and put forth his point of view. "A TV channel-owner friend of mine persuaded me to start my blog, as it would help me get people's feedback on issues and the functioning of the railways," Lalu said, when asked about his blog.
The idea has clicked. About 10 pages of hard copy of entries — feedback on his blog by the public — made from across the globe on myPOPKORN.com/Lalu's-Blog were shown to him by railway officials recently. A lot of the feedback were complaints about irregularities in railways' functioning and issues like RPF jawans smoking on trains, dilapidated railway bridges and trains running behind time.