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India at the Phase of Another Independence Struggle

November 07, 2012  by: Paulose  Points: 20   Category: Political    Views: 496

India is a fast developing country. It is the second largest populated country in the world. India got her political freedom from the British in 1947. Even after 65 years of democratic rule, India is unable to achieve real freedom. There is a great movement going on in the country against the corrupted rulers which will definitely wake up the world’s largest youth population of the country.

         

India is waking up. The largest youth population in the world is waging a war against the corroding corruption in the country. They will no longer bear the forces of corruption, exploiting the country beyond all limits. More and more people of the country are becoming aware of the three dimensions of corruption in the country: social corruption, political corruption and economic corruption. They are uniting day by day to wage a war against corruption which is endangering the country. They have begun the next phase of freedom struggle.

Slavery of social corruption

India is oppressed by the slavery of social corruption. The prevailing caste system, which has been alive in the country for thousands of years, is the most cursed slavery of the Indian social system. It has been the part and parcel of country’s social life all these years. This system of caste treats individuals and communities with great discrimination due to superstitious and baseless dogmatic factors. Being born in a particular caste becomes the scale of honor in the society, while most of the people are treated as unclean and untouchables just because of their caste of birth. Birth makes one backward and forward. It is worse than the color discrimination found elsewhere. Talent, commitment and hardwork lose their value in caste discrimination.

By the hard work of some good souls and missionaries, who worked for the emancipation of the low caste people, some progress can be partially attributed to adult franchise, the policy of reservation, social integration that has taken place in educational institutions and residential non-segregation in urban areas. This progress has enabled increase in consciousness about this cursed slavery in the recent years

Slavery of political corruption

Political corruption was alive in India throughout her history. That paved way for foreign invasions and slavery under foreign rulers. The Indian Mutiny of 1857 was an attempt to free the country from political slavery. But political corruption brought the country under the Imperial rule of the British. The aversion against foreigners culminated in the freedom struggle of the country until India became free from the rule of the British in 1947.

But after independence the country corruption found loopholes to win elections with the power of money and underground tricks. They exploited voters by corruption. They could manipulate even the media to justify their corruption. Politics played games of corruption highlighting caste problems. It is through such corruptive games of caste even some people of lower castes could reach the top.

Slavery of economic corruption

The rich are becoming richer just by corruption. If someone from the middle class or low class voiced for economic emancipation, the high hands of corruption could easily suppress it.

Youth are coming up to support the anti-corruption movements

Time has come up for India to free her from the fetters of corruption. Anti-corruption activists are voicing from all corners of the country. If the political leaders and high level people of India do not recognize this voice and work towards a corruption-free society, a great revolution can be expected in the country soon.

Corruption is also a terrorism. It is violence as Dalai Lama pointed out recently. “The
corruption is a serious question. It is one kind of violence, where people are trying to realize their false dreams.”




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India is a fast developing country. It is the second largest populated country in the world. India got her political freedom from the British in 1947. Even after 65 years of democratic rule, India is unable to achieve real freedom. There is a great movement going on in the country against the corrupted rulers which will definitely wake up the world’s largest youth population of the country.

 

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