EDITORIAL

VULNERABLE INDIA

Economic slow down, violence of all sorts, terror strikes, attacks on christians and minorities, corrupt practices, poverty and inflation are the real monsters haunting India’s peace and prosperity. Are they real ? Not at all. It’s a creation of mankind.  We do not want to see other person’s prosperity. There is an identity crisis everywhere. It took several years for our Great Leaders, viz., Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Nehru, Sardar Patel and other emininent luminaries to unite the Nation by breaking the Princely States. Now, secessionist and fundamental foreces are trying to destabilise the country by infusing sectarian violence and evil thoughts on the people.
The so- called four-pedestal the legislature, Judiciary, the executive and the Media are waging war againest each other. We have lost our character in every sphere of activity. We have lost our Patriotism, Oneness, and in the process our own identity. Even after 63 years of indpendence, more than 65% of our children are illiterates, malnutritioned and we have failed to given them the “Personal Liberty.”
Riches are becoming richer and the poors are becoming poorer is the order of the day. Gender bias and gender violence have taken precedence. There are a number of schemes that are declared to provide adequate food and supplementary nutrition to the vulnerable sections of people. But the Agencies have failed to enfoce and implement them. The right to a healthy life is recognized as an integral part of the right to life under the constitution of India.
The preamble to the constitution also spells out some of the main objectives as securing social justice, promoting dignity of the individual and building a socialisting pattern of society. it is also the primary responsibility of the State to remove various inequalities, raise the level of nutrtion and the standard of living as per the directive principles of state policy enshrined in Part IV of the Constitution of India.
Do we really care to implement what is enshrined in the constitution? Do we really lack the will of implementing any of the policies, as the Politicians are only interested in number game, and not the sectoral development. In today’s scenario, the country does not have a leader, so to say to be the role model to run the country as per directives. The Government Agencies have become puppets in the hands of a few politicians.
Commercialisation of everything, right from education, health to agricultural outputs. As per Millenium Development Goal, India should educate all children in the age group of 6 to 14 compulsorily by 2010. Where do we stand today? Do we have adequate wherewithal to fulfill our obligations? Citizens wake up! Try to understand your own legitimate rights, duties and responsibilities to bridge the gap in our growth!

Economic slow down, violence of all sorts, terror strikes, attacks on christians and minorities, corrupt practices, poverty and inflation are the real monsters haunting India’s peace and prosperity. Are they real ? Not at all. It’s a creation of mankind.  We do not want to see other person’s prosperity. There is an identity crisis everywhere. It took several years for our Great Leaders, viz., Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Nehru, Sardar Patel and other emininent luminaries to unite the Nation by breaking the Princely States. Now, secessionist and fundamental foreces are trying to destabilise the country by infusing sectarian violence and evil thoughts on the people. The so- called four-pedestal the legislature, Judiciary, the executive and the Media are waging war againest each other. We have lost our character in every sphere of activity. We have lost our Patriotism, Oneness, and in the process our own identity. Even after 63 years of indpendence, more than 65% of our children are illiterates, malnutritioned and we have failed to given them the “Personal Liberty.”Riches are becoming richer and the poors are becoming poorer is the order of the day. Gender bias and gender violence have taken precedence. There are a number of schemes that are declared to provide adequate food and supplementary nutrition to the vulnerable sections of people. But the Agencies have failed to enfoce and implement them. The right to a healthy life is recognized as an integral part of the right to life under the constitution of India. The preamble to the constitution also spells out some of the main objectives as securing social justice, promoting dignity of the individual and building a socialisting pattern of society. it is also the primary responsibility of the State to remove various inequalities, raise the level of nutrtion and the standard of living as per the directive principles of state policy enshrined in Part IV of the Constitution of India. Do we really care to implement what is enshrined in the constitution? Do we really lack the will of implementing any of the policies, as the Politicians are only interested in number game, and not the sectoral development. In today’s scenario, the country does not have a leader, so to say to be the role model to run the country as per directives. The Government Agencies have become puppets in the hands of a few politicians. Commercialisation of everything, right from education, health to agricultural outputs. As per Millenium Development Goal, India should educate all children in the age group of 6 to 14 compulsorily by 2010. Where do we stand today? Do we have adequate wherewithal to fulfill our obligations? Citizens wake up! Try to understand your own legitimate rights, duties and responsibilities to bridge the gap in our growth!



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