Bengaluru has been hogging the limelight ever since shops and malls were vandalised over the display of non-Kannada boards. Tension prevails in the IT Hub of India over the use of English hoardings and boards.
A few days back, members of the Karnataka Rakshana Vedike, a pro-Kannada outfit were seen vandalising shops and stores with English boards. Amid the prevailing tension, Upasana Mishra, a content creator from Bihar, extended a warm invitation to all the companies in Bengaluru to invest in her state.
“On behalf of the whole of Bihar I'm inviting to all companies of Karnataka, Come & invest in Bihar, we will help you to set up everything. Bihar is a broad-minded state and we welcome you all. Jai Bihar, Jai Hind,” she shared on X, formerly known as Twitter.
On behalf of the whole of Bihar I'm inviting to all companies of Karnataka,— Guddi (@mishraverse) December 28, 2023
Come & invest in Bihar, we will help you to set up everything. Bihar is a broad minded state and we welcome you all.
Her post has gone crazy viral triggering hilarious memes and jokes.
“Sadak tak to chori ho jati h 😭 pata laga kal ko company ki building chori ho gai 😭,” a user commented.
Another user wrote, “Joking, right? You guys have the dubious reputation of stealing railway tracks!”
“Once Patna metro completed Companies wil surely come… even many companies are moving to Indore, Ahmedabad and Lucknow… Don't worry next decade is of North... everyone understands the importance of investment,” commented another user.
Meanwhile, after reports of a bridge and a train engine being stolen in Bihar, the story of an entire pond being stolen has left the internet stunned. In just one night, the entire pond was drained out and a hut was built, leaving locals baffled.
According to locals, the fish pond was publicly owned and even maintained for fishing. However, due to rising prices of land in Darbhanga, the land mafia set their eyes on the water body. They drained out all the water and filled it with mud to build houses.
Likewise, an entire diesel engine was stolen part by part from a railway yard in Begusarai. Bihar has always hit the headlines for some of the most bizarre incidents of theft carried out, though not imaginable, by humans.