Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Corruption drive

Who is Anna Hazare...? Until lately he took hunger strike against corruption in India, no one knows him quite. The Gandhian on the footsteps of Gandhi Ji boosts every citizen at the nook and corner of the country to go against the corruption has erupted as a peaceful struggle with the enormous support from the youngsters, stresses the central government to strengthen the Lokpal with a replacement of Jan Lokpal Bill created by Hazare team to bring down the corruption.
Anna Hazare’s fight against corruption hasn’t began now, he had been fighting against it for the last 33years after he left the battle ground in Indian Army. Voluntarily retired from the 9th Maratha battalion when he was 39 years old, he returned to his drought-porn village of Maharashtra’s Ahmadnagar to find farmers struggling to survival has promoted him to pioneer rainwater conservation which put his little hamlet on the world map as a model village.

Today the 74 year old on a constant hunger strike has impressed a lot the world to look after India on its peace war II against driving away the corruption within its country with a draft in hand. I wish in any way the struggle survives before reaching its core its better for the people government in center to consider a strong Lokpal or Jan Lokpal bill, but whatever law brought into survive could not sustain or least exists if not individual responsibility and obedience is retain.

What fueled a lot the erupted was the arrest of Anna Hazare on the day he began his hunger strike was a transparent unlawful against freedom of speech and struggle is something has put contemplate the people to jump into the ground and support the bill. We can’t say that no one corrupts except politician and government servants and officials… those who give bribe to get there work done easily or interrupt the law as their favor are also included in it.

No man can give a clean chit about life, sometime what we do unlawful is right at moral and conscience at decision but what we need to heed was to consider a conscious involvement in it which undisturbed others. Not that I am trying to make right the wrong but there’s always truth hides behind and the man imperfect need to realize that corruption or illegal is a itch that won’t stop scratching until get treated by law and order.

Image courtesy : The Hindu

11 comments:

Dawn said...

beautiful contribution Jeevan and well framed....there is no specific time and era to bring revolution its always and every time we see there is a need we MUST....
Kudos
Cheers

nikhimenon said...

hi jeevan..new to yur blog..myself a doctor by profession.....keep writing..nice blog btw....and congrats on reaching the 1000 posts landmark...

Babli said...

Wonderful and appropriate post for this present situation. Though people are supporting Anna but nobody is going against corruption. Our India was corrupted and will be corrupted if the thinking of the people doesn't change.
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Kalyan said...

I agree with you Jeevan...No rule or law can stop corruption or any unlawful activity until there is proper execution of the existing laws and unless we ourselves change. If we see India here the corruption is destroying the wealth of our own country, whereas if we see in western countries, even if some corruption is there it is done for the benefit of the individual country. If we see some of the most developed countries and European countries mainly have very very low degree of corruption even without a Bill as such. So its not about one bill or a law, its first about change in our own mindset and the fact that will remain is unless the low incomes and literacy which is just like a vicious cycle, is erased this evil of corruption will continue to thrive. And only through a balanced economic growth where standard of living for every strata of society improves similarly, then we will automatically see corruption as a whole coming down.

Rajesh said...

Wonderful post. At least one man dared to fight against this corrupt system. I only hope we will see some success all out if this.

Jyoti Mishra said...

well thought... and creatively crafted post..
Nice read.
But today situation of Indian ppl is like Sheep n goats trying to pass resolutions favoring vegetarianism when wolves have different opinion...

IRFANUDDIN said...

Absolutely Jeevan, let there be hundred of laws, but nothing is going to cahnge unless we change ourselevs on individual basis....but the thing is, How many of us really going to react against corruption when it comes to our cause..????

Nice Post.

venus66 said...

I agree with Irfanuddin. One has to change for betterment.
Hope this effort will be a fruitful one. Thank you for sharing.

kalaiselvisblog said...

Nice post Jeevan. well done.

though we struggle 4 corruption free country, when our work comes, as usual they wont do it truly. they r expecting money to do dat work in addition 2 salary.

even though we have all d details, they will make us 2 wander with our documents for a very long period... dis is d reason behind corruption.

what 2 do, we want our work 2 b done...

Padharo Rajasthan said...

I Do Support Anna and i am with him always !! Jai Hind !!

Padharo Rajasthan

eden said...

What a great post, Jeevan!

Same in my country, Jeevan there is corruption too.

Thank you for sharing.