Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Third eye

More than politics – it’s my thoughts.

Now its time for political buzz in India, ahead of parliament election to form a new government in heed of peoples need, and I have something to say about it. Like many, I too wish for an alternate government to form in center which wasn’t visible to me still, even though a third front dawned to face the parliament election head by Left. What the change we expect is not from the same political parties or politicians and not a political government, but people’s government. That can be given only by those come from public indeed and truly understand the peoples need. Are those contesting in elections are from no political background or support and those independently contest win all the phase? No. This was something rarely happens and like Madhu Koda who was an independent legislator to become a chief minister of an Indian state Jharkhand. We need politicians from public and not from the same background.

I see, there is no more interest in public to enter politics and many are even lazy enough to stand in a queue to poll there rights. Everyone have a dream of becoming a Computer Engineer, Doctor and even ready to become an actor and fashion designer, but not a politician and agriculturist. The rates of those wish and write exams for IAS, IPS and other government official post have been down. For what these courses have been not intended I find was, more than being a respected officer with less earning, its better to settle with much eared through private companies or to live aboard – am very sorry if it hurts somebody here. But doesn’t it have a little truth? I am not accusing totally and everyone have there rights to decide on the present and future, but I too have a mind to wish it would be worth the public interest turn upon politics. Of course there are some people individually won in local elections such as counselor, panchayat… but they are not completely deserved to people and mostly it’s for political influence and power.

The political manifesto is proof how well our politicians understood the people. They never allow people to open there mouth by sticking no cost announcement and free gadgets to everyone. They tell they give more importance to youngster to involve in politics and party, but whom they are if we see are not below 40 nearly. I wish and dream India caught up with more youngsters involve in every form, including politics and agriculture to take country at balance. Never have I said engineering and doctorate are not important, they take them to higher status in knowledge and society, so everyone wish it easily, but at same time there are hard work fields like politics and agriculture seems dry without courage to take steps in advance. I agree the equipments are more advance in agriculture field, but who involves in making product is less and uneducated mostly followed by tradition. It’s not a simple business anyone could do, it cause more strength and life involvement, but when our scientific knowledge adds in progress, we could find increase and easy productivity in cultivation and food processing with enough or little water and price. I would like to criticize the government which promise to turn the wastelands into cultivation, according to manifesto, brought me sorrow seeing there carelessness and isolate to allow the agriculture lands to turn concrete floors.

Back to third eye. When we have illicit and criminals in politics why not some individuals with truly care for society and people. In day today everyone follows the preceded idea alike other politicians, so when everyone sawn at that view, we miss who truly deserve. We are uncertain in finding the right person to heed our need and the reflections cause confuse in selecting true color. It’s so easy to find which is black and white, but everyone heads with a grey color makes us pause from taking right decision in voting. In which belief and cause do people poll there vote and do there questions answered later? In day today with many parties contesting the election, the votes are shattered and no party gets majority and put at risk of uncertain fall. What I wish is any party to come with majority and unity among alliance to strengthen the country and bold enough to take step with knowledge and kind at heart.

Someday I dream, pace of youngsters in parliament and cabinet, lifting up politics and agriculture to standard and make it regard. Clearing away the uproar and confusions, bringing discipline and respect to the leaders and house. The sound and resonance of same in silence and kind of minds to agree in heed of peoples need, keeping away the political grievance. How many leaders today are being inspirational and roll mode to younger generation to say I want to be like this leader and about to follow his path? Don’t we lose hope with corruption and the bad names created by filmdom on politics? Last but not least. I am someone willing to poll my vote in ‘May’ parliament election and I am in a state of mind similar to what I have written above. I like to vote, to whom the matter is uncertain.

The title was something caught my attention from a news i read today.

12 comments:

Kavi said...

I am glad that you will excercise your franchise ! And vote !!

That is the first step !

Ash said...

I agree. You truly MUST vote!

Rakesh Vanamali said...

I'm glad to know that you will cast your vote! Eventually the nation will be liberated when people come together and exercise their franchise!

Jeevan said...

Yes, casting is important, but it’s more important whom we like to play the government. I won’t deny the later ones did nothing useful, but we need a change from the usual politics and routine elders to carry the nation. I wish for a change from younger generation. Sure I do my best polling my vote.

Meghna said...

Long post.....but an enlightening read!

The Seeker said...

It's a must that everybody should vote, and I can very well understand the anxiety, we have all taken to the comfort of not bothering till it affects us,,

And that was quite a timely post! take care!!!

Indrani said...

Good, you are getting ready for polls.

Shuuro said...

i agree with you jeevan. I think, in our current situation, choosing lesser evil is the best thing to do than not voting at all. Also one more thing, being young doesn't mean that they are intelligent and less susceptible to corruption, just intentions should be good and age should not be the factor. age just brings maturity.

Devika said...

A very discerning thought, Jeevan...

and put across conscientuously --

As far as politics is professionalised, and public governance is commercialised -- i think it all will be the same...who ever comes to power...a negativism, but i think

Yes, A HOPE goes if a really committed youth takes active role...but the youth needs proper guidance...Ofcourse there are good leaders in all political parties...

In colleges where the young are introduced to politics -- its more about power play and cheap politics...

Oh how I'd wished to enter politics...My marriage changed my plans :)

Nice write up, Jeevan.

wishes,
devika

Jeevan said...

Meghna - Thank you dear :)

The Seeker – so true Barath! Unless something bothers we never care about it, are we safe it’s enough to let go whatever unsavory around. I wish it chance and we care for each others.

Indrani – Thank you.

Shuuro – I too agree with u shuuro. I think today young are more keen on understand and essence of brisk make things easier. And they say the age is not a matter unless the mind is mature, with knowledge and faithful they could create a new tradition. Thanks buddy.

Devika – Thanks dear. You’re right with the political trend. That’s what I expect for a change in the similarity and which I wanted to come among young. Of course they need guidance, from well known’s about politics and governance, and not from a politician. They spoil of course with there party creeds.

Oh that’s pity dear we had missed a nice politician from you. :)

Devika said...

Call me a political activist, not a politician...

Meanings are often changed by the passage of time...

Today, a political activist is interested in the nation, the politician is a professional serving himself working in the field of politics :)

there could be exceptions in either case!

wishes,
devika

Vijayalakshmi Natarajan said...

Quite thoughtful, Jeevan.

Leave alone joining politics or contesting elections, the educated folks dont even bother to VOTE.

That is why we have "politicans" and not "leaders"!