Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Divide & Rule

Few days back on some newspapers website like Times of India and Dainik Jagran i read that Home Ministry of India have application for creating 10 more states like Mithilanchal in Bihar, Saurashtra in Gujarat and Coorg in Karnataka,Harit Pradesh out of UP, Telangana in Andhra Pradesh and Gorkhaland in Darjeeling and adjoining areas in West Bengal. Other demands are of Bundelkhand, Bhojpur, Saurashtra, Vidarbha. Although none of the state government has till now recommended for these demands which is necessary for creation of new state but many political parties or some other groups of these regions are trying for the separate states based on their demands for better development, religious hold, preserving local culture etc. Some sick politicians want it for their own benefit. Actually they are following DIVIDE AND RULE policy of British Rulers.

If the demand of creating 10 new states is agreed than demand for 100 more states will born and we will reach the pre independence era of Riyasats and Zamindars where so many small kings and nawab rules and lost themselves to British Rule. After Independence Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel have integrated India after great hard work and painful exercise which has motive of making India the Best Nation in the World.

If more states are created more funds required for more Governors, more Chief Minister and more ministries, more corruption, more burden on Declining Economy. Better we think about funding projects for upbringing of poor and old people and development of nation. Issues which are important than creating new states is Education, Removal of Corruption, Basic Health Services, Development and many more.

Government should deal with these demands in a firm move with Iron will like Patel and make it strategy on a long term basis to reunite/merge the regions.

Be United under tri-color and sing Sare Jahan se Acha Hindustan Hamara....

Fulfill the dreams of Ghandi. Let's work on the path of Vision given by Mr. APJ Abdul Kalam.

Jai Hind.