India celebrating another independence day on 15th August, Are we really independent?
Politicians all over the world are the boss. India too is being ruled by a foreign lady and her blood relations. All this is because of money power. They won their recent elections by sabotaging Electronic voting machines.
Money is playing havoc in our independent country. People are not free to elect their choice candidates.
India has no complete freedom from money power controlled politicians.
According to a gentleman, if you are scared of your Police and law systems you are not independent.
Please review and let me know how much percentage of Indians are really not scared of the above said systems.
The answer is self explainatary. We are not really independent, the only thing is the power has transferred from Britishers to Local Money thirsty selfish people.
Also till the time we will not forget religious hatered we will not become independent.
If we question our Independence it will hurt every true Indians. It is because what a sacrifice the Indians did once for the Independence of the country. We may blame the British for the policy of Divide and Rule. We may curse the British for bringing the religious difference in front but we must honor them for bringing unity in disguise in language and culture for which today we say boldly that we are Indians and not the citizens of 530 princely States of India. The British ruled the vast India with little British people but after independence we can not rule India with large Indian administrator. It is because we have not learned how to administer a country. We must blame ourselves and others.
we are not free from corruption and we are not a proper secular country... everywhere still caste system exists.....
freedom of the mental state is yet to come.
thats why you will find hoards of English coaching classes every other lane of every city of India and i need to ask you the vernacular languages learning institutes.
prob'ly thats why the samosa still sells at Rs.5/- and burger boasts cheaper at Rs.20/- and pizza sells for Rs.100/-.
we are following the west. i am not pro-closed contours nation. but
towards India ,?
why our railways stations are the most filthiest places in the world.
why every commercial buildings have to paste posters of God's on stair cases and notices of please do not spit here on the walls( i do not want to quote other graffitti on the walls of the every roadside )
why a collector of the town has to take an undertaking for declaration that a person is a local .
why there are so low percentage of IT payers in a country of 100 crore, who are we cheating?
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