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India should be reorganised into smaller states.
By dividing India in small parts and concentrating on problems region vise; there are more chances of better growth.
We need governance at small level so that we can manage and regulate life more appropriately
Dividing India is not solution of problem. Because it would create hatred and divergence between people of 2 states.
More over dividing on basis of caste and religion is creating more issues like minor ,major population with in newly created state
The resources of the India become property of that state so other states become insecure and only people of a particular reason become richer.
Recognising India into smaller states is not a good idea
Dividing India into smaller states on basis of castes and religions is not a good idea.
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