Saturday, 26 November 2011

Slap? condemn? and common man

Union Minister Mr. Sharad Pawar got a slap on face on 24th November. The youth, named Harvinder Singh slapped the Minister and claim he slapped him because of inflation (price rise) and corruption. Later on 25th November court ordered a judicial custody to shree Harvinder Singh.

Here I will not support violent move of showing discontentment for Govt. failure. just because India is democratic country. Further I dont really condemn the act but surly not support the violent way used by the youth.

it is not important that a common man slapped a minister over inflation. my point is, It is utterly shameful that just because a Nationalist Congress Parties President got slap on Face, the NCP workers started agitation in Maharashtra, Goa and other parts of India. In Maharashtra NCP workers went on ramapage, broke 10 buses and glasses of truck, also indulge in breaking shops. 

The agitation of NCP is worth condemning for any sensitive Indian. Because NCP party worker has never came on streets and condemn govt. failure to curb mounting prise rise in essential commodity and corruption. NCP party workers never came on street to condemn the govt. for plight of Farmers in Maharashtra where number of farmers doing suicide is just alarming dangerously, which may even demoralize farmers to do agriculture.
What is more important is that Mr. Sharad Pawar is a Maharashtrian leader, and Marathi Manus can feel proud as A Maharashtrian is a Union minister. But question arises as to whether the situation and economic condition of Farmers improved?

Look at Goa’s situation.

Goa is ruled by Congress led Govt. in which NCP is a major coalition partner. The NCP workers in Goa also took to  streets in protest of  the attack on their party supremo. They claimed that their sentiment were hurt as the youth slapped Mr. Pawar.

I have a direct question for NCP president in Goa Mr. Surendra Sirsat – have you and your party worker ever come down on street and agitated over prise rise of essential commodities and inflation which is directly affecting common Man? No.

The Malaria eradication workers sat on hunger strike for nearly 14 days. NCP and particularly you, Mr. Sirsat, visited the site. You did not condemn the Govt. even once. Whereas a foreign tourist who came down to Goa took a stand that the demands of agitating workers be fulfilled.

Again coming back to the way of showing discontentment, all Parties condemned the act of Harvindar Singh. It should be condemned. But surprisingly, when a youth was trying to show black flags to Rahul Gandhi in Uttar Pradesh rally, some of the congress leader from Uttar Pradesh resort to violant attack. And congress party did not criticize it! Nor did the NCP. Contrary to this when a man tried to attack Arvind Kejrival the crusader in anti-corruption some congress party member instead of condemning  supported the act saying anti corruption activist should not open his mouth too wide.

I feel there should be  a democratic way of showing dicontenment but it shows that the political community is sensitive about their leaders but not about comman man. This is something which can be called as bitter truth.

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