Blast After Blast In India: Who Is Responsible?
7 September, 2011.
A Bomb Blast outside High Court, with no tangible inputs left 13 people dead, more that 70 injured :’-(
Who is responsible??
Is it so?
Looking at current scenario, the answer seems to be yes, our politicians want to justify that it happened on its own, No one is responsible.
Bjp leaders blaming Congress policies for this and Congress want to hold the neck of security.
It a become a privilege now for terrorist to attack Indian capital.“The excuse of ‘not being able to prevent every attack’ by our government wearing perilously thin,”
While investigators tried to find a breakthrough in the Delhi high court case of the explosion, another terror e-mail warning of imminent attack on Ahmedabad reportedly surfaced. Ahmedabad is now put on high alert, Gujarat, in particular.
Our loving and caring government has appealed to people to stay alert,they are doing their best, to build their capacity to fight terror!
Which of these statements best describes government commitment towards people of this country!
There exist no CCTV’s as PWD dragged feet. By the government, departments did not took decisions that time regarding CCTV”s and now building capacity takes time for this, appeal all to alert and its state responsibility also.
Again the Question arises “who is responsible?”
The reason for failure are in the system:–
1. Lack of strong governance,will power.
2. Lacking of decision making quality and leadership is an issue.
3. Attitute of passing buck on others.
4. Lacking of self intiated on the part of governtal agencies.
5. Unable to pre-empt the situation.
Government needs to be vigilant and should involve the community people to fight against the upcoming or future terrorism like Ahmedabad, It should act as leader rather being sympathetic!
On 15th August, 1947, the day when India became a free nation, approximately five lakh Indians gathered outside the ‘Viceroy’s House to ‘witness the historic event of ushering in the freedom of India at the hour of midnight’. They all had a dream in their eyes and a desire to undertake a journey of which independence was the first step -a step that devoured 200 years of our nation.
On the eve of Independence Day, while watching a documentary on a news channel, a sudden thought passed through my mind: what aspirations did our countrymen had that night while witnessing the first time hoisting of our Indian flag on the grounds of Viceroy’s House? What India did they build during that one single moment of pride? In my opinion, their dream involved a democratic nation where every man has an equal say. A nation that is prosperous economically, socially, culturally and above all else they desired a strong political system that is responsible for safeguarding the above-mentioned interests.
No doubt India is prospering if not with a speed of light, but definitely with a speed of sound, but can we say the same for our political system? If we look at the present scenario, we’ll observe that our belief in our nation’s political system has declined at every step and in 2011 it completely shattered, thanks to those record breaking scams and a spectacular murder of democracy in case of Anna Hazare by our honorable government and Delhi police.
To put it straightforwardly our political system has become so dirty and stinky that the
Gems of our nation like Anna Hazare, Kiran Bedi, etc, do not want to be a part of it at any cost. They will rather fight from the outside, but they will not take the trouble of cleansing the whole system from the inside. This is the present condition of our money sucking, corruption-nurturing political system.
Now amidst all this, even if Anna’s lokpal bill is passed, can we ensure at least 90% corruption free system?
I doubt because lokpal bill is again just an intangible system and from our past experience we know that our leaders and administrators have never shown any respect for the system. So, even after implementing a strong lokpal bill our ‘brainstorming and highly skilled’ leaders will again invent some new loopholes, thus, undermining our efforts to curb corruption.
So what purpose will lokpal bill actually serve?
Like our independence, lokpal bill will act as a first step towards our fight against corruption.
People may then ask- what should our second step be?
To answer this question I’d like to quote Amir Khan’s blockbuster Rang de Basanti’s famous dialogue:-
“koi bhi desh perfect nai hota …usse perfect bnana padta hai
Police main bharti honge, military join karenge, IAS banenge,
Politics ka hissa banke iss desh ki sarkar chalaenge yeh desh badelega
Hum badlenge isse ……”
Though today, Anna is enjoying our full support, but we cannot deny the fact that his method of improving our nation is incorrect. Blackmailing the government is no solution. It’s ironical to see that people who stand in the elections are always seen as corrupt and undeserving while the people who appear deserving and honest refuse to be a part of our political system.
So let’s take a pledge today and resolve to ourselves that if we really want to be a citizen of a prospering nation we will first become a selfless integral part of its government.
Jai hind …..!!!!!!