Newspapers are not always true.
Once I was reading some newspaper and I found a lot of criticism about the roads of Gujarat. They were saying that the chief minister of Gujarat is very inefficient, he is a hindrance in the development, the roads of Gujarat are very bumpy, etc. Initially I believed this newspaper.
But luckily I got a chance to visit to Gujarat. I had to visit to some of the remote locations of Gujarat. But, the conditions which I found were totally different to what I read in the newspaper. The roads were in much better condition as compared to the roads of Mumbai. Also, the transport is not that bad and it was also quite cheap. Most of the roads were made up of coal tar. But, they were in quite good condition. Even, stations are lot cleaner and better than those in Mumbai. All the time there would be sweepers who are busy cleaning the stations.
I don’t say that what reporters report is totally wrong. There could many locations where there are no signs of development. But what I saw make me feel that Gujarat is not that bad as its thought. It’s a good place at least in terms of roads and stations.
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