Is India really shining?

Sunday, November 13, 2011


Now there are few things that makes me really angry. One of them is the way the whole country is moving. The growth, the glory and the rising middle case is no doubt a sign of our prosperity. But on the other hand, the all time high inflation and unemployment is also sign of worry. Every time I switch on the TV all I see is news about corruption. Well there is no doubt that we are witnessing a period of massive corruption amongst Government employees and Multi-corporations. And behind all this is the UPA government, whose flamboyancy is at its peak.

After the inflation number release last week, I heard the PM say that the high inflation is because of the rising prosperity of the people of India. This statement really makes me say, 'What a shame, when the country's PM doesn't know the situation of the country". What about the rising number of people below poverty line? What about the latest scams? The prosperity may be fake to show the success of the Government. Therefore I ask, "Is India really shining?".



No one is perfect but you need to make a country perfect. But the efforts are nothing close to perfection and the thought process is to eat all the money as if its the last time. A common voter has little power to do anything as he/she has to choose between the corrupt candidates. The 'I do not support anyone' on the electoral machines is a must for any democratic country. This empowers each voter to choose what he/she desires and showcase the real power of the people of India. Electoral reforms is a must to secure our future from the hands of corruption.

8 comments:

magiceye said...

electoral reforms wont be done in a hurry because it will be detrimental to the success of politicians!

DeEpAK KaRtHiK (420) said...

Chill Down Friend, yes as you say, we are not shining.. India is witnessing abnormal growth.. Rich getting richer and poor getting poorer, Awareness is the only thing which can save us, awareness comes thru education, education system that we have is too bad, electoral system is good but problem is we don't have good and capable politicians in great numbers :(
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Sakshi said...

You know I am as upset as you are.. the great indian dream run it seems is coming to an end.
But then, not really.
Unfortunately in the present times economy is becoming global. Thus the global indicators dictate a lot of terms!! And because the west is faltering, India too is faltering.

What needs to be really is that- slowly and steadily the umbilical chord that we have with the west, where west is fostering, has to be cut and India has to declare that it has grown up and it should take some really tough measures.

And what people especially media should understand is that our country gives the maximum subsidies.. and we have to HAVE to make the right choices of our leaders.. because the moment they start spending money on the people of our country than just themselves- We will start doing just fine.
And, lastly- Political parties should think about developing the country first. The moment the ruling party decides to do something for the betterment in the long run.. there are only oppositions.
It is one thing to oppose and another to do it blindly.

Basically- Politics theek karni hai.. rest shall follow!

Me said...

Nope. I don't think so... when u ask me about India really shining or not?

In past couple of years, we are experiencing a major economical imbalance in our country.

We all know there are problems, but I think, like Sakshi mentioned, the politicians need to look beyond personal interests.

Rohit Dassani said...

@MagicEye: i know.... thats why the politicians never talk abt it..... :|

Rohit Dassani said...

@Deepak : I do understand your concern . its only when few of them are caught and put to jail and ripped-off of all the money they made.... the politicians would understand.... so we need to start somewhere! and it all begins now.....

Rohit Dassani said...

@Sakshi... Sahi yaar.... matlab ab toh haad hoo gayii hai.... kitna khayenge... kuch limit hi nahi hai. Its absolutely true.... we should stop following the west and try to become like this.... look at china's infrastructure.... its better than US in some corners.....

Rohit Dassani said...

@Harshita: Madam sahiii mein.... pehle unko change karna hoga and woh sab toh hum karte hai na .... vote kaar ke.... isliye pehle electrol reforms bhi bahut zaruri hai...!

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