The Congress General Secretary’s comments at his rally yesterday on migrants from UP going to other states to beg triggered a big war of words. “How long will you begin Maharashtra for work? How long will you work as a labourer in Punjab? It will take only five years and the change will come,” he said
Also Rahul Gandhi said at badohi (UP) that ” I feel angry when thinks about the condition of UP”. On this chief minister of UP Mayawati said he should show his anger to the centre government.
Now the question that arises is whether Rahul Gandhi and his government are angry or the common man is angry about the conditions that they are facing these days. Take for example the prices of petrol, vegetables, commercialization of education, high tax and the most popular “corruption” that is increasing in India.
The people of India feel angry when they go to market to buy vegetables, the people feel angry when even for a small office work the babus takes a lot of time to respond, the people feel angry when right to education (RTE) is like a dream for their children.
The country would prefer seeing Rahul Gandhi urge the government to do something about the common people and stop playing cheap politics by naming the citizens as the beggars in other states.
Why are they called beggars? If so then those people should also be called as beggars who go at greater noida and Ghaziabad to study and for job in some MNC which are present there.
Manav Rachna International University
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