Friday, December 11, 2009

Going Back to the Past - A reality

Why on earth is it like this? What on earth is happening here? Why why why, but why me?

Dont worry, things are fine, but these sentences are always there in my mind & i think the same might be happening with everyone else also. The country which is famous for its Rich & Varied heritage, it is going back to its Old state i think. Olden times when Kings wanted a kingdom for their name sake & show their Freaking attitude, It's back. Instead of King's we can see the elected memebers or So called Social Servents or normal term Politicians doing this.

To become a ruler, they ain't creating a Kingdom, but toring apart a State. The trend seen for past 2 days is People want their states torn into pieces depending on the Caste, Creed or a Selfish plan of becoming a ruler. Nobody is thinking about the power, beauty & Strength of becoming a single state. They want things to be divided, Where are you folks? Wake up & do something. If this thing keep on happening, then India will be again into its pre-independence Stage, someone will come & invade India.

My country which was divided in a planned manner is again getting torn into bits & pieces. Not all people wants this, but the upper lot wants. For the privileged upper lot who never pay taxes & lives a luxurious life using the Tax paid by all Hardworking people. What is the value of a common man? Is it that he is supposed to pay taxes to government & buy things at double rate & Vote & sit silent and watch the innovative ways in which common man is getting tortured?

The countries where taxes are levied, they do provide facilites or services. Country like OZ have good roads, proper drinking water, financial help for jobless people, good roads, safety for their own citizens.What about us? What are we getting from the amount paid as tax? Some torn roads, Costly petrol, Increase in cost of commodities & government wasting Crores to protect a Terrorist?

This post is not a post of Frustration, but the feelings of every common man in India. The highly skilles & talented lot of India is preferring to live in other countries not because of money, but because of a satisfactory life, where even a single common man has got his own Rights. We do have human rights, but on papers.

Wake Up people..Dont let the useless people to tear a countr & play their Game of Chess with our lives & money...

5 comments:

RoH said...

Well said!!! They say unity in diversity and diversify it in the real sense! its a sad state of our country that the statesmen don't act mature.

Staging dramas! and what crap! :|

RoH said...

//The highly skilles & talented lot of India is preferring to live in other countries not because of money, but because of a satisfactory life, where even a single common man has got his own Rights. We do have human rights, but on papers.// How very true!

End of Darkness said...

You said wake up right! We woke up and we cant take any of this shit happening to us for the past 4 decades! Democracy loosing its value and getting degraded day in day out by cheap politics thats what Aristotle missed when he said

"In a democracy the poor will have more power than the rich, because there are more of them and the will of the majority is supreme."

Our country which was divided in a planned manner, may be true with other states. it was never the case when you see Andhra Pradesh. Please educate yourself before writing such blogs!

Cute nemesis said...

hey dude, if u read it, it is not abt a state. hope u have seen news .The post is about something else & not on what u have commented.Thanks for the comments anyways

Himanshu said...

At one time, the reason for people to leave India and stay abroad was money. But you are absolutely right here, those times are gone. What makes us vary of our country now is the frustration, the anger due to the fact that however much we progress, the DNA remains the same. Things just don't work out. Our efforts don't get paid. But we shall survive this too, I hope! I continue contributing my little bit! :) Liked the post!