But… we still have many problems and societal issues: poverty and illiteracy; schools and/or teachers who don’t teach; bad living and working conditions; terrorism; NGOs with foreign money trying to destroy the country; corruption; many places government does not work; unnecessary protests by students and political parties with no concrete or practical suggestions; rapes; other crimes; too many illegals; lack of safety; people selling blood, kidneys or children for money; a large population; some who do anything to beat up the country but don’t contribute; a legal system that is too slow; some may say a Supreme Court that feels totally unaccountable; and many more.
Instead let us ask ourselves: WHAT IS THE ONE THING I (EACH PERSON) WILL DO TO MAKE INDIA A BETTER PLACE IN THE COMING YEAR?
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- 25 Jan 2018
A Facebook posts noted, this fellow is 28 years old, still a student, is economically dependent on his mother who earns only Rs. 3,000 per month and father is bed ridden. We have nothing against this person, but this JNU fellow is still studying on govt subsidies and is asking for Azaadi from the same government & social issues like poverty, casteism etc which according to him only came after May 2014 with the new government. All those things he is allegedly protesting against – the hanging of terrorist Afzal Guru or Yakub Memon all happened during the time of the previous government.
- 8 Mar 2016