The last appeal to Vote wearing your conscience, not our fear or insecurities... for sure not to a hoax promise of a utopian Good governance and a sham card or canard of Stability. Let's not get swept away by any false non-existent Middle class Wave(sic!). If there's a Wave it is ensuring a win anyway even without us... and most importantly and most unfortunately even to a Criminal candidate. Why thus waste our precious vote -to someone winning anyway -and losing our self esteem in the bargain ?
Vote instead keeping your conscience clean...and there is no vote for a criminal and Criminality there.
May the most 'powerful' win!
Thanks for all your patience all this while. I may not be back until a week or few ;)
Anil Budhiraja ,Noida more
I saw your reaction, with some trepidation, that you found the massive
mandate âscaryâ. Whatever be the reason for your reaction, I realize
that you have been given a massive burden to carry. With the kind of
strength we have this time there is hope like never before. Can we
deliver on our promises? Can we do away with corruption? Can we
ensure safety of our women, even with this near unanimous verdict?
There will be no hope if we fail this time. That is scary!
Arvind, I dare say that all of us are corrupt. The only difference
perhaps is the extent to which we are. Iâm sure you know this more
than I do. I believe that the âSwatch Bharatâ will remain a slogan
unless we start from scratch. We need a âmovementâ to change the way
we look at women, the way we accept filth around us, the way we accept
the shoddy work by various agencies, the list is endless. Our Culture
needs rejuvenation. Not being arrogant and not having a VIP culture is
fine but this should not become mere symbolism. It would be no
different from the slogans of other parties.
I have watched silently, wanting a change, casting my vote, going with
the flow of life and the systems that push us along. I was fired by
the Andolan started by Anna but I watched quietly. Lokpal may have
been an issue but I believe that the root issue is governance and
politics, especially party politics, where the party comes above
everything else. I believe that this has to change but I am not clear
how this can be done. The complete system needs to be rebooted. So
hoping that âsomebodyâ would come forward, I was delighted when you
decided to jump into the fray. All eyes are on you including those
of the existing political system. One cannot ignore that they too
have a clear mandate of their own. We must evolve a strategy, fueling
synergy and not confrontation. Nevertheless, we just have to get our
work done, with or without them.
To me, the common man, tell me what you want me to do. Remember you
cannot do this on your own. You have to take the burden off your back.
It wonât be as scary as it looks!
Dr KS Bhimwal
11 Feb 2015
In case any one votes in fear of muscle power, he/she is wasting power of
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I wish I had your optimism
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my vote will make any difference. Have always voted for a change. Nothing
has changed in all these years. It has only become worse. At 66 patience is
running out. What is to be done? Any suggestions?
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