Monday, August 29, 2011

Struggle is not over

I congratulate Mr Anna Hazare for holding fast till twelve days for the sake of common interest. His movement has, no doubt, awakened the citizens. However, its obvious that the movement against corruption has not ended. Struggle is far from over. We have not got victory. Though government has agreed to include the demands of Team Anna in the Lokpal bill, I doubt the bill will become law soon. Its sure we will not see the fruit in this session of parliament. I wonder how the government as well as civil society left the main issue of the agitation; taking the PM under the ambit of Lokpal. Issue of conducts of MPs within the parliament should also not have been left. Apart from all that, what is important is that whatever we have got in the name of assurance must be achieved in concrete form. For that, we have to continue our struggle. We should not take rest until and unless the bill becomes law. We should not forget that the issue of Lolpal is 42 years old. A little rest can take another 42 years.


Oportunist Paswan

Ramwilas Paswan's demand of reservation in Lokpal is totally absurd. Its very much clear that he is trying to cash this issue. Its well known that he is the most
opportunist leader of this country. Therefore, according to his nature he is
just trying to get some benefit by politicising the issue of Lokpal. Lokpal is
to deal with corruption charges. It would be an autonomous body. Reservation
would make it political.
Mr Paswan should see some other issue to politicise if he wants to revive
his party or his own personality. In fact, he is very eagerly looking for a
MASALA that would help to rebuild his figure

Monday, August 22, 2011

Hue and Cry on Anna

Today, Ms Arundhati Roy has written an artile "I'd rather not be Anna " in The Hindu. The way in which she has written it shows that she lives in supremacy. Her article is not issue based. Here the issue is whether Jan lokpal bill is right or Sarkarkari Lokpal bill. Niether the bad impact of Jan Lokpal bill nor the good impact of Sarkari Lokpal bill has been written in the article exhaustively. It would have been much better had she written the differences between civil society bill and Sarkari lokpal bill. Besides, she has criticised the whole team Anna. In other words, she is not happy with the personalities involved in the agitation. It is well known the people of same proffession always have some kind of jeolousy for each other. Her article carries this very much.

Here is the

Thursday, August 18, 2011

second freedom struggle

The question that anti corruption movement led by Anna Hazzare is whether second freedom struggle does not carry much weight. the question is here whether his agitation is right or not. I very clearly argue that his movement is hundred percent right. It is clear that he has open public support which is also being seen these days. People protesting all over the country against his arrest proves this. world's largest democracy has stood against the democratic rights of citizens. this is no doubt shocking for common people. people ofg country like india are afraid of this stand of governmen.......................

second freedom struggle