Monday, October 31, 2011

                  letter-3

                Governance in Kerala

 The election fair has come to a closure. The prominent among the victors have sworn in and occupied communal or political chairs. And now what is the main objective in front of them, is it personal or provincial? Those who were in the ministry many a time, should themselves elevate to chairs their followers, who own fresh knowledge and new ideas. The portfolios should be evenly and judiciously distributed among  the rulers so that the deprived ones get their say. For decades together, except on a few occasions, the Education ministry is in the hands of minorities who are in the forefront of everything in Kerala. So they are enriched with more than ninety percent of the educational institutions. Neither the Majority community nor the Congress party takes the needed steps to hold this important office.. Can we, the common mass expect clean governance by impeccable personalities and thus enjoy impartiality? It is the eleventh hour of Kerala being drowned in corruption. Hope the helping hands of some sensible persons will be extended at least at the twelfth hour to lift this state to safety.  

sarala

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

 letter-2           

Baba Ramdev- Genuineness?

We don’t know exactly whether Baba’s motive is enticing or encouraging the followers. But in his struggle of the situation,  in the viewer’s eyes he is in the path of unveiling
 the corruption. Corruption has taken strong roots in this soil,  as the big bosses of our country are manuring and nurturing this venomous plant. Even if Baba is not genuine in his mission the time and procedure of arresting him were solely brutal and barbarian. One cannot predict the aftermath of all these exercises. Only the days that will proceed can prove the veracity of all actions.
Sarala




  I used to write letters to editor for a ‘Daily’ which, by the mistake  of mine in timely sending or the lack of standard they expect, did not see the light. These were relevant to the social conditions prevalent at that time. So I thought of posting a few of them in my blog.                  
         Letter-1

       Bahujan Samajvadi Party

 I came across a photograph in the Hindu news paper today (page-10,May 30th). The picture depicts the fungi of slavery still sticking on Indians’ minds even after six decades of Independence. I really felt ashamed for being myself in the fraternity of  people who stoop down to any level to lick the leg of their leaders. And there are a few with folded hands as if they all were in front of a Godly Idol. The  leader Ms. Mayavati enjoys this drama with a tint of sarcasm on her lips. Ms.Mayawati is indeed  a politician who strives against and tides over adversities. Yet she promotes sycophancy, as she herself  considers that she is above everyone and everything. The party leaders ,may they be X or Y, should come down to the earth and feel the pulse of the common man. Will they work for the motherland instead of  playing ‘musical chair’ that helps them pack pecuniary packets meant for ten or more generations of their successors? Will the leaders scarcely encourage the art of coaxing and buttering? Only then our country can lift her head proudly.
 Sarala