Saturday, February 5, 2011

GIVE ME A REASON



Common man at the vegetable shop, begging at the traffic signal, at the milk booth, in the bus “Q”, at the ration shop, at a construction site, in the police station, in the local train, at the bidi shop, on his farm, at a Govt office, at the old age home, sleeping on the footpath, at the cremation ground complains; ---My leaders have let me down.

I WANT ONE REASON OR INCENTIVE TO REMAIN NON CORRUPT.

It has been years,but, I haven’t found one.

I need to stand up.




let us CHANGE INDIA for INDIA OF TOMORROW.




posted 05/02/11

7 comments:

Computer Junkie said...

In my view Corruption Free is Social Justice. Every one will have equal opportunity to be successful.Whether you are rich or poor.

BK Chowla, said...

Computer junkie,
I wish it was as simple as that.
Will those in power allow equal opportunity to all?
They wont.

Sandhya said...

This corruption at all places has made people rough...no one believes anyone, always think that we are made fools by every person. Smiling at unknown faces has become rare nowadays. Everyone is suspicious of others.

Feel sad for the next generation, Chowlaji. We and our past generations have spoiled the life of our children forever.

sushant jain said...

Things will change but step by step neither prime minister is astrologer nor pranab da have 'aladin ka chirag" so we have to wait.....


Sushant Jain

Himanshu said...

well only one reason works i.e. honesty. Its difficult to follow or adopt but essential.
When voters vote for honesty not for caste or red tapism only educated leaders will come.When such elected leaders take the august position and works honestly automatically the system got clean up.
I will vote for honesty.

The Holy Lama said...

It is changing in bits and pieces. I foresee a strong nation with next to nil corruption about twenty five years hence. It take time to clean a country as large, diverse and populous as India.

JAGDISH BALI said...

Society was never perfect nor ever will it be- it has been a fact and will remain so. However that doesnot mean that one has the reasonable option to be corrupt. The scenario can be improved if we leave the stance of 'three monkeys of Gandhiji.'