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Not casting vote... they vote for caste!

We talk about corruption, we calculate how much money leaders made of it. We discuss about their illicit public behaviors. We chat, we share, we disgust it on facebook, G+ or on such social media but when it comes to vote and chose we either remain busy in our office chorus or simply plan a picnic on government holiday. Those who vote... do so either on pleading requests of any relatives who is contesting, any favor we are getting or mostly because the contestant belong to our community.

Well so far, I have written nothing which is so direct attack upon Indians idiotic ideologies but it happened so yesterday that I feel this a bound duty.

In India everyone talks.. the good people, the bad people... the educated people, the illiterate people. You just approach to any Indian with a question and he/she will answer you as if he posses some excellence on that subject. You talk with Indian upon any subject of your desire and you will wonder is that you are master of it or he is... surprisingly! majority of them talk sense but agony is they just talk. Talking is the best time pass in India... (Those who can't talk do write... lol) NO ONE IN INDIA ACT UPON WHAT THEY TALK!!

Entire Uttar Pradesh kept on posting the bio-data of MLAs on Facebook during elections but end of it those who won were among those who were most corrupt and top shot criminals. This is the very direct effect of 'just talking and not acting' 

Everyone tells that UPA 2 have almost sold the country but everyone is in equal doubt the UPA can return to power in next polls in 2014.

Everyone knows that Kasab must be hanged but no one raises the issue to a level of action.

If they says 'Anna Gone Mad' we accept, if Kejriwal says 'unqualified for peon are member of parliaments in India' they log petition against him... we still just listen.

If Gen V K Singh says our army is rotten almost 97%, they talk of breach of discipline but don't think how chronic is the condition. 

If in Indian parliament 'bill of raising remuneration of MPs and Ministers takes one session to pass' why it takes years in deciding Indian foreign policies? 

I have an answer for all the above question!i.e. cast vote just don't vote for caste!


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