Outside of commute and travel what are the other places where you have experienced or observed VIP culture in the last 3 years?
Religious Places (6 %)
49% of the respondents have opined, that Government offices , public and Private events, and religious places where VIP Culture is Prevalent.
Though the % age of VIP Culture in Religious places shows negligible % , that should be taken as a Land Mark to curb the VIP Culture first.
HOW IS IT POSSIBLE ? THE RELIGIOUS HEAD HIMSELF / HERSELF SHOULD DENOUNCE THAT STATUS SO THAT THE DEVOTEES OF GOD ARE NOT PUT INTO PAIN, MISERY DURING, BEFORE OR AFTER THE EVENT (for the sake of true servants of God – the leaders are servants of God according to Swamy Chinmay Ananda ). Then all will fall in line and VIP Culture can be curbed and general public can move on the roads without being held up for no fault of theirs.
RELIGIOUS HEADS SHOULD REALIZE THAT THEY SHOULDN’T WASTE PUBLIC TIME JUST FOR ONE OR FOR A GROUP OF RELIGIOUS LEADERS. AFTER ALL THE ALMIGHTY IS FOR ONLY THE DEVOTEES, NOT JUST FOR THE LEADERS WHO ARE ACTULLY SERVANTS OF GOD. more
How can we possibly reduce this gap? Some of the possible solutions are
1. Person contesting election MUST be living in that area.The purpose is all voters must know the character of candidate inside out. That means Gulam Nabi Azad should not contest election from Akola or Narendra Modi would not be a candidate from Benaras. Presently Political VIPs are elected more on Party basis than on personal capability and character.
2. There should be a mechanism in the hands of members of society to recall elected member if people feel that the elected candidate is not working for good of people. This can be organized by using technology i.e. by doing on line voting and freedom to change the choice periodically, perhaps every six months.
Why at all a bank manager be given more salary than a sweeper? If we think of this, we can understand at least one aspect VIP culture better. However it should not be "DEMAND" or "SUPREMACY" or "DADAGIRI". more