I have been closely following the aftermath of Mumbai attacks. I believe most of you are doing the same as well. I couldn’t control so many questions that have been popping up in my mind and am still thinking loud here. I again want to mention that my perspective is purely personal and not intended […]
This is the first time I am writing a blog in my life. I can’t stop crying by looking at my beloved motherland suffering from recent terrorist attacks and the aftermath going in my home country. Thanks to the politicians who made me to express my vengeance on them.
If anybody has any doubts, if we are not following the Gandhism in our country, the last four years or so is a perfect proof for them that we are still the followers of Mahatma Gandhi. He told us only to show the other cheek, if one slaps on one cheek. But, we are showing the terrorists another city after they attack one city…. Mumbai, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Ahmadabad, Delhi Malegoan, Mumbai……city after city….YES, WE ARE THE TRUE FOLLOWERS OF GANDHI.
I was thinking about who is a leader and who is a politician? Can these politicians call themselves as leaders? I want to start from the top level, is our Prime minister a leader? If so, why didn’t he save us from terrorists or lead us in a right direction by avoiding the attacks. If he is a leader, why didn’t he take the responsibility for the attacks instead of making the home minister resign. PM is equally responsible in selecting such an irresponsible team of ministers in his cabinet. Is Shivraj patil a leader or a politician when he said “Got rid of the burden” when they made him resign? Was he feeling that the ministry a burden after shamelessly enjoying the power for four and half years even 30+ terrorist attacks happened under his rule. Is he a leader or a politician who changed his suit 3 times for press meets when the blasts happened in Delhi? These are the leaders and followers of the nation for which Gandhi fought for by not wearing a shirt also.