Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Day 213


Today, I thought to write on the basis of the feedback I got on the post titled Day 211. But I got stuck in that. Somewhere I was lost in writing. Actually, the problem with us, Indians is that we know to blame others for all the drawbacks. Corruption is the main source of hurdle in developing. Everyone gives bribe to the government officials and politicians to get their work done. But instead of stopping bribery, we start to blame the system. Bribe giver gives the argument that bribe takers are the culprit and vice versa. Everyone support Anna Hazzare in his campaign against corruption. But my question is that why we forget these things that we need our will power to end this evil by its root. We have to uproot all the social evils. Nobody has thought that even after 64 years of independence, why our county is still a developing country in spite of having potential of being a developed country? I think nobody has thought about that. And if someone has ever thought about that he or she must have blames the system only. No doubt, all the policy making and policy implementing power lies with the government. But a common man vote a candidate to make a government during elections. So somehow the blame is coming back to us only. So to change the system, one has to change oneself. 

2 comments:

Mrinmoy said...

U r r8....unless and until we change ourselves India can never be a Developed country...

kk panjiyar said...

Mrinmoy i think sumit is not right. because some where i learnt that india is developing because of the corruption.... you might know that "corruption and efficiency goes hand in hand" and it is true in the case of india...

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