Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Talk Of The Town!

Just turned on the TV and every channel I flipped through, has just one person all over. Guess who?? Ofcourse the talk of the town, Anna Hazare…As if forward messages were not enough. ;p No doubt the man certainly deserves some good amount of appreciation. After all, he is following the Gandhian principle, how can he not be supported?? Especially when he is following the footsteps of our father of nation because of whom our country is so called “Free”.. :p

Seeing the widespread support received by the campaign for the Jan Lokpal Bill, I see a good cause being raised. India will shoot up to become a developed country if the black money will be brought back. Going by the exact figures, 1456 lac crores is a lump sum amount isn’t it??? I see well being and a tremendous rise in the financial graph.

But the question that is constantly running through my head seeing the hypocritical people is, are these supporters really up for the movement or are they just blowing smoke???

I mean no offence to anyone though, since it’s a very sensitive topic but my mind waver having been brought up in an environment where parents fulfill their kids wishes by paying an extra penny. Not that their kids wishes couldn’t have been fulfilled by the exact amount of payment, but u know how parents are?? Their heart's melt and so they don’t take any risk as far as their kids are concerned . Leave that, we as kids get our projects made, bribe our college peons for attendance issue, bribe guards and servants to not complain about us and keep our secrets. However silly that might sound but the discerning truth is that yes, it is all a part of corruption. We ourselves, are all corrupted.
Infact how far is it true that Anna himself is clean?? (Oooops! no offence people i repeat!) :p But seriously has he always followed the right path?? Who knows!
So how are we standing today shouting out loud to stop it when we are the only ones responsible for its origination.

Are the people who are very conveniently trying to voice “Anna’s”  opinion by strongly supporting him aware, that when their past records will be taken into consideration, they might be the toppers of the list having the names of the corrupted people?
Will they be the same people who are screaming out loud anti corruption slogans then,whose truth is yet to be unfolded??? Are we ready to give up on everything and start with a scratch??

Phewww! My questions are neverending…
Iam  just a curious little girl and a member of the society who is juggling with her thoughts  but is  sure about the positive outcomes that the cause will obtain…

Peace Out


  1. I appreciate your opinion on this ongoing movement all over the nation. I remember you called me a hypocrite too the other day when i told you that I feel that the Jan Lokpal Bill if got a nod and if it ever became a law...people will be benefited from it...for sure it will help a lot in bringing the graph of corruption in India down but it does not affect the entire nation. What about the majority of India who are BPL and uneducated..the one's who do not even understand what corruption is. How will they be benefited??? I have my doubts about the supremacy of this Anna movement but at the same time, I am all for it since after a long time... people are joining hands and raising voice against the corruption.
    and to your above write up my reply is... Each one of us is corrupt. Yes.
    Each one of us has done wrong. Yes.
    Not every one is a saint. Right.
    But be it the circumstances, be it the intentions, be it the upbringing, be it whatever. Every one has done wrong but every one have had enough.
    "Be the change you want". It is a popular quote doing the rounds these days... every has heard it or read it sumwhere...so every one is inspired to be the part of the change anna is talking about. The Jan Lokpal bill will give us enough power to raise our voice and make sure that we are heard.... It will take a long time to be implemented and it will take a long time for all of us to become honest and dedicated to the law..ofcourse...it can not happen overnight! But the fact that we all want change and the fact most of us are not afraid of changing now is what makes this whole movement significant.
    I would also invite you to forget your doubts and join in. It's a beautiful feeling to shout slogans, march with the masses and scream loud at the corrupt people... coz it gives you a feeling like none other. It makes you feel like vigilant and concerned citizen! It's cool!

  2. haha! i never doubted d supremacy of dis movement! i only doubted d people!
    IAM ALL IN 4 IT! ;)