Sunday, August 15, 2010

Independence Day! Congratulations to all!

Congratulations, my friends!
Today is the day, we get rid of British rule on 15th August 1947. We are celebrating the occasion with great enthusiasm, by organizing flag hoisting ceremony, by chanting National Anthem and organizing cultural programs. We remember our national heroes who fought for Independence and sacrifice their lives for us. Let us pay homage to these national heroes.
However, do you think we are really independent. We are still bound to many social, political and economic shackles. What is the meaning for the youths, who can't even marry with their paramours? What do these honour killings indicate? How is the life of a common man being effected by ever rising inflation? Does everybody get his share of food? When will we get 100% employment? What the Governments of independent India have done so far for eradicating poverty, unemployment and corruption in all fields of life?
Terrorism is the other main problem of free India. All the corners of the country are struggling with the problem. Everybody is living in the shadow of fear. In the present scenario,there seems no solution to the problem. Our own youths are picking the arms against us. Most of the politicians have no will power to get rid of these problems. They only want votes and they are not in a position of taking any decision which may cause damage to their vote banks. If any party think of patriotism, we out vote that party. I can't understand the reason of the fall of Sh. Atal Bihari Vajpayee Government.
Let us examine ourselves also. Do we perform our duty with honesty? Do we work for our country or for ourselves? We talk of our fundamental rights, but never talk of our moral duties. Very few of us want to work for the social reason. We work only for money. We accept graft money and we pay also for our cause. We vote corrupt political candidates, though we have no choice, but I think we may still find some good candidate and support him by our votes. We will have to change the mindset and will have to leave the habit of sailing with the flow of water. Why should not we try to make new paths for the development of our country and our society?
Let us vow on this great occasion that we will work for the development of our country. We will be the part of development and will not be the part of any crowd against the country. Let us remember our martyrs Sardar Bhagat Singh, Chandar Shekhar Azad, Subhash Chander Bose, Lala Lajpat Rai, Shaheed Udham Singh and many more who sacrificed their lives for us and for the country. Let us salute them.

Rajesh Kumar
Earn On Computer 

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