Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Your vote counts


The recent political drama is just over. Nuclear deal or no deal, we wont at least have to share the burden of another premature general elections. And I'm personally happy to see that India is not going to have 'Behenji' as a PM, at least not now. I've written on a few posts on CnC sometime back that she is a 'good CM' for Uttar Pradesh and when I say this I also keep in mind that the choices that UP has other that Ms. Mayawati are people like Mulayam Singh. But as a PM, I don't think she has the charisma, charm or that-strong-an-opinion to represent our great nation, especially in the current world political scenario when the whole world is looking up to us.
We need dynamic people who are well-read, educated, honest and are capable to do good to India and her people. Many of us cannot be such people because we are too involved in our own lives, we're too busy making money, too busy fighting for our own niche in the society (trying to get a good salary, a good wife, a good house, a good locality (city) to live in, a good car on a good road). What we tend to forget so often is the fact that these 'goods' will never exist in a bad country. Surprisingly, to change the state of affairs we don't have to be superhuman, we don't have to act against the will of our parents or change our lives in a drastic way, we just have to do a simple thing, VOTE FOR A SENSIBLE PERSON. The least that we can do to save this nation is to cast a vote for a person who is politically upright and morally correct. Before casting a vote (which each one of us should cast) we just have to do a simple check on the candidate and vote for a person with a good will. And if we can make the people around us do the same, we've done a great deal of good for the nation.

3 comments:

descrying the shadows said...

he he ... no comments

Harsha said...

but as i see these days.. one person doesnt make a big difference.. parties principles and priorities act superior to ones own commitments.. take the simple example of the fate of our speaker.. somnath chatterjee.. so i guess this incident wud always remain at the back of my mind whenevr i vote.. Am i voting for the person or the party..??

descrying the shadows said...

Ok .. now i have something to say .. What you really need is a complete catharsis of our legislature.I need not state the obvious reasons to it.The question Prasoon i have for you is .. can you tell me how that can be brought about ?
As harsha said .. its the party not an individual...