In the last 6 years that I have been writing, I have always refrained from writing about Indian politics and our great politicians (I am scared of being beaten up by their hired goons). But the recent turn of events like Sarabjeet’s death, Chinese intrusion into Indian Territory, the Delhi rape case with a 5 year old girl, the Coal gate, and the other countless unreported cases everyday made me reconsider my fears and I felt it was time to speak against the current Indian political scenario and their poor administration.
I’ve always had a good understanding and great interest in Indian politics and in my following expressed thoughts, I’ve tried to be impartial, practical. You are free to express your views.
The team work at the center is worth appreciating. The Ex-president Pratibha Patil was a mere filler holding the highest post in the country who did nothing except traveling the world with her family members at the cost of the tax payer’s money. To add fuel to the fire, she pardoned terrorists, murderers and rapists, in the rarest of rare cases awarded death sentence by the Supreme Court and boasted about it before leaving office. The cost of her travel in her last trip was Rs. 214 crores as per a PIL. The current President, Pranab Mukherjee, who was gifted the post in an ‘un-biased’ election, has also been a mere spectator.
Dr. Manmohan Singh, a great past finance minister of India has failed as the Prime Minister in the 2 terms he has held office. The media is not wrong in calling him weak/mum as he has never lead from the front and has not taken any strong actions against all the happenings in the country. Madam Sonia Gandhi (who was initially hailed as a Goddess for withdrawing her Prime Ministerial Candidature 9 years back, fact was that she is not an Indian citizen and cannot be the Prime Minister) has emerged as the Superwoman who calls the shots.
A lot has been written and shared about the Gandhi family, their true identities with false names, their real NON-education certificates, criminal cases (including the gang rape case against the so called 43 year old Youth Icon, Rahul Gandhi) but I wonder if it will ever make any difference apart from providing stories to share on social networking sites.
Scam after scam, the 2 G spectrum, the Telgi scam, the Common wealth Games scam, the DLF – Vadra deals, the Coal scam, the rising inflation (petrol had almost doubled in cost by the time I finished MBBS), the Nirbhaya rape case, etc are just a few where the congress has been busy washing their hands off all charges. The only action taken by them is to express “sadness, shed crocodile tears, pretend to mourn” or set up committees to investigate and put down their recommendations in the parliament which are then rejected by the same educated politicians, and this vicious cycle continues.
In the last 9 years of this UPA government, they have been like Cancer and Diabetes to the country, eating her from within. All they have to say against the BJP, their only worthy opposition is the Gujarat 2002 riots.(And Nitin Gadkari’s personal scam, which was internally settled among them, to not talk about the Robert Vadra deals too)
Few other characters are involved in the tamasha. Kapil Sibbal, Salman Khurshid and Digvijay Singh (Patrons and protectors of Rahul Baba, who have no clue of what they talk), Arvind Kejriwal, who tried to become Anna, but now likes to only spark a fire and run away or sit on fasts for unrealistic demands, Baba Ramdev, the NCP, TMC, Samajwadi Party, JDU, Shiv Sena, MNS, etc who keep giving their expert comments now and then. (The hot topic of discussion now days is the next Prime Minister of India) Dear News channels, you are also partners in crime to cover and present bull shit in your paid news.
The BJP too has not done anything great in the past few years because of the constant infighting among themselves. (For God’s sake Advaniji, give up your Prime Ministerial aspirations). Only hope I have now for this country is from Narendra Modi as the next Prime Minister who has really done wonders in Gujarat in the past few years.
What will happen in future, only time will tell. But as of now, India, my motherland, is in the clutches of all the wrong people who are busy filling up their own pockets and working for their personal gains. Even though the youth today want to raise a voice, are thinking about making a difference, want to bring about a change, there is very little they can do as “India ka Kuch nai ho sakta- the rich and the famous, especially the politicians, industrialists and film stars, have the power to do anything and ultimately get away. ” The only solution is to have a complete make over of the Indian laws, which is highly unlikely even in the distant future.
About the current scenario, politics remains a bad field. No honest man can survive in it for too long. The arguments and debates in the parliament, the statements to the press are just a cover up to fool the people. After all, “ Hamaam mein sare NANGE hain”.