Is it correct to blame the government for every civic issue?
Whether it is cleanliness, law and order problem, price rise, pollution, water or air pollution, delay of trains or planes, for almost everything, we blame the government. Is it fair? Do'nt you think, general public also has some responsibility?
Government today is involved in everything. It shares the blame for whatever goes wrong and the credit for those things that go right. When there is more of the former, as there is now, then it deservedly receives more criticism.
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