Thursday, 29 May 2014

Who gave 44 seats to Congress in this election?

When the result of the election came out, the win of BJP was not that surprising to me as the Congress managing 44 seats. For the party, it may have shown them the mirror of defeat, but to me it was a shock. Who were those people who still voted for Congress which made the country a corruption land in the last 60 years?

It was really good to see the awareness of the people which saved the country from the next coalition government, but the need is to bring awareness in those who still trust Congress, the maa-beta sarkar as Modiji rightly says.

It is the time to make India free from all such corrupt parties and make it a safe place to live. In the name of secularism, Congress had started eating even the bones of the nation. It was not secularism, but a dirty politics to get minority votes. The best part is that minority has also understood the game politics now and made the right party win this time.

I can’t be sure about the whole party, but under Modi’s governance India’s progress will certainly scale new heights. It is indefinitely possible to see dreams now rather than thinking that the system is rotten and can’t ever be repaired.

So, coming back to my question, the need is to sensitize people and not let any such family party rule again. Congress party! If you really want to rise, please get out of the Gandhi parivar tag and search for some new faces who can actually work. You need to build a party which can come out of the extra marital relationships of Digvijay and Shashi Tharoor and think about forming ground relationships with people.

To Mr. Narendra Modi, from a Young Lady

First of all, I congratulate you on such a great achievement and occupying a position that you and mainly India truly deserved. I am quite hopeful that you would be able to take India to new heights whether it’s in the field of technological development or economical development.

Sir, what I am concerned about is the present education system of the nation. You have given the ministry to a very responsible lady who will surely do a lot in the field to ensure its enhancement. However, we need to go really deep into the intricacies of the system and understand its loopholes. You must be thinking why I have written mainly about this area. So, the simplest answer is I am a teacher by profession and following CCE system for the last 2 years of my career. I know 2 years is a short span to call oneself really experienced, but it is a long time to understand the teaching system.

The continuous comprehensive evaluation system has largely made our education system handicapped. I understand it has reduced the burden from the students and made their life skills more efficient, but what about the knowledge factor sir? It was only education system which made even Americans trust on Indian doctors or engineers, but the present system is largely disabling the children.

It has made the children not stress free, but completely free who know that they can’t be failed. On the other hand, as a teacher I feel that it has only over burdened the teachers with more of clerical work than the actual teaching work.

I hope you will try to peek into the system and change it in order to make Indian children a really knowledgeable lot.