Many concerned citizens in India feel sad and demoralized
CALL FOR SUSTAINED ANTI CORRUPTION MOVEMENT BY BOYCOTTING CORRUPT POLITICIANS AND BUREAUCRATS
Many concerned citizens in India feel sad and demoralized that country’s administration and public affairs have gone into the hands of corrupt people. They wonder as to what they can do to save the country from such corrupt forces when even such measures like RTI Act cannot make visible impact in eliminating corruption.
Anna Hazare’s anti corruption call received such widespread and spontaneous support because it reflected the mood of the people and gave an opportunity to them to vent their anger and bitterness. Even though Anna Hazare’s anti corruption movement has lost its direction which is regrettable , the concerned country men should not lose hope.
It is high time that a silent movement should be started to boycott the corrupt politicians and bureaucrats in a way similar to Gandhiji's movement to boycott foreign clothes. Let not anyone invite those politicians and bureaucrats facing corruption cases in courts to any public functions or gatherings and the people should refrain from attending any gatherings where such corrupt people would be the invitees.
Educated people should give a lead and spread this message and certainly everyone including the people belonging to lower economic group who are much bigger sufferers of corrupt conditions, would follow suit. This can be a very effective and dignified as well as peaceful anti corruption movement that is bound to spread very fast , given the mood of the country men today.
Every citizen concerned about corrupt conditions can take a lead at his own level, without looking for some one from somewhere to give a lead.
Please consider circulating this message everywhere in India and watch the dramatic results for better.
Nandini Voice for The Deprived