Kumar Sachin is an India-based technical entrepreneur and owner of https://www.startupfloor.in/
Along with being a tech entrepreneur, he enjoys writing as well. Here, we present his opinions. Please read and give comments on the section below on our website.
Is our future safe? Quite a big question that requires a lot of thinking…
There are two types of things:- the first one is the things that you see & the second thing is that which makes you see. Fortunately, both things are valid based on some rules and ethics. Consider law-building cases in the context of any country. You will get every law is necessary, excluding its effect or result in the short term, which may be false or driven to see. This is what’s happening in India also.
Facing unlawful conditions
In the context of India as the largest democratic country, any law cannot fulfill the demands of every side at first sight. But any law is made while keeping the concerns of both sides. These days we see an opposite campaign against various judgments; at first sight, these campaigns keep mum to people who can raise truth or keep interests for any particular community. As a result, only a negative environment grows up. So, Judgments are now considered under-judgments, and social phenomena are decreasing the national interest due to those campaigns.
As a democratic country, where we live together and even help each other in everyday life, have this type of situation? Then what is the issue? Some influential people don’t bother with the condition due to various factors for their personal interests. But even those personal interests can help them? Generally, we see a lot of discussions over media used to cover these compassionate issues.
Sometimes, we see something done in history or due to some judgments over practical issues. But Can judgments be considered one-sided? What was the most right incident in a series of historical events? So, What is the cause we are seeking? Can this situation be going to give a solution? So, How will we save nationalism? We are divided by our opinions only, not by any other means. Our opinion can’t be almost right at all in changing history. The reason for all these hassles is that we never think about issues of national interest beyond the well-being of our community.
Figures(Data) are now changed so that the law can be revised. Have you ever wondered why inflation has been rising every day for several decades, even after independence? Is the effect of inflation targeting any particular community or group? Simply No! So, Where are we lacking? It is due to the furcation in democratic Indian nationalism where laws and interests come into the point. Same India was so-called ” Sone ki Chidiya (golden bird)” before independence due to our rich culture and social harmony as one the factors. So, What should we do? To change history or to make history again!
What are we?
We know that we have a broad cultural scope and are very accepting and rich in values. However, considering that not even a single community has lost their personal cause in a series of our long history. But still, we used to stand united in various national hazardous situations. So, we are Indians only, and this is our fundamental. We have seen a lot of crucial times together, but how can the past is only responsible for making the present? Vision should always be futuristic and patriotic.
Laws are being made to bind us, keeping social and national causes in interest. But any violence for showing our opinions can’t be judged as a right without any appeal. And even after that, how can we act like that due to numbers and pressing politics? So, Again we have to keep a broader view to show our faith beyond our personal or communal interests. Then our country will be strong from the inside. And this is the victory. Don’t you think we still tolerate the effect of ‘Divide and Rule’ imposed by the British before independence? This is the weakness we are keeping with us in the context of Kashmir and other issues. Now, We need a model of thinking like ‘expansion.’ It’s a matter of reevaluating our facts and figures in the context of India. Only then can national development be achieved.