Friday, August 3, 2012

Day 302


Today, I’m confused what to write. I have two topics to write one. My confusion is about the selection of the topic. Should I write only one topic or should I write both? If I write both then which one to cover first? A lot of confusion without any solution. Sometimes, it really makes my writing slow. My topics are the ongoing London Olympics and Indian politics. Don't get confused that I’m going to mix politics with Olympics. Okay fine. I’ll write about Olympics first.
Saina Nehwal became the first Indian shuttler to reach the semi finals of badminton game in Olympics on Thursday. Indeed that was a proud moment when she won the match for the country and herself. She has really worked hard from her last performance from the last Olympics when she was defeated in the quarter finals in the last Olympic. This is the proud moment for the country. Every person back home is happy for this victory. In this internet era, news comes late and the comments on the social networking sites began to pop first. But its not the issue that the news comes from the news channel or the comments on the social networking sites, the relevant matter is that the Indian athletes are now doing better in their respective fields. This is a good change in the sporting culture of India. Previously, India was always seen as a laggard in the Olympics. People and media in India have always asked the government and the sport authority about the disastrous performance of the Indian athletes. But since the last Olympics, the hopes of Indians have increased. Now the athletes are also increasing their performance level so that they don't disappoint their countrymen. I wish that the Indian athletes do much better in the ongoing London Olympics and they fetch more medals from the last time.
Now I want to write something about the politics. We all know about the fast movement of Anna Hazzare. But right now, I’m going to write anything about that. I know that every common man of India wants to be connected with the movement of Anna Hazzare. Every common man has got fed up with the corruption in the government. Every common man is angry on that. But right now, I want to draw your attention towards something else. It has been 10 years since the Godhra carnage happened in Gujarat. Since then the so called civil activists and human right activists are targeting Narendra Modi for his non secular stand. But what’s happening in Assam is similar to Godhra. Today Assam is burning due to the communal riots and disharmony. But today the same civil activists and human right activists are silent. They aren’t targeting the Assam state government and the Assam Chief Minister. Are the people who got killed not innocent? Isn’t this an unsecular tension in Assam? If the answer is no then why the same people are silent? Is this just because the Congress party is in power in Assam? Are they silent just because the name of Assam’s Chief Minister isn’t Narendra Modi? This is something I call ridiculous. These so called activists are now scared to say something against the Congress party. These so called secular activists wants to get grants and pat on their backs from the Congress party and nothing else. They have redefined the definition of secularism just to please the Congress party and nothing else. I think these people have become the indirect agents of the Congress party just to target other parties on the issues of secularism, human rights and other issues. But when it comes to the Congress party then they are just silent. In my view, now the time has come for the people to know about the so called secular activists and people should decide themselves whether they want to follow these people or not.

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