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My letter to Mr. Chetan Bhagat

Sent to bhakti@chetanbhagat.com 
as on 26, August 2013, In response to Mr. Bhagat's Article 
Sunday Times, 25th August 2013, Indore Edition 


Dear Mr. Bhagat,

This is awful that a person of your stature is out rightly supporting a cult publicly. Knowing that millions of youth will be influenced by your opinion, you should have behaved more responsibly in public. We know media is sold to Modi and international big brothers want to use Modi cult by giving rest to UPA for at least a term. For international diplomacy BJP & Congress are all alike. While these two national parties will keep wrestling over their core ideologies of being Hindu Nationalists & Secular Nationalists, they will always settle on the economic policies favoring to international markets. They will be ready to provide free flow accessibility of Indian consumers & natural resources to foreign corporate giants. It is sadly termed as a real growth of India. Because if foreign investors are happy, FIIs will infuse more money to India stock markets and if stock markets are doing well then an illusion of economic growth will be created.
O Great Author, king of many young hearts of India, by knowing your educational background and work experience, I am certain that you know global diplomacies far better than me. Those youngsters who love do actually read on newspapers as letters of God. They believe that whatever is printed is purely true. On the other side you know in reality how it functions. I assume your intentions are not to use newspapers like intellectual mafias are doing.  
In Indian parenting system, it is an infamous myth that a person of age18 years or above is adult. In actuality till the age of 27 no Indian human being develops the capability of dwelling life by own. The population of age group 18 to 27 is considerably large. This population is highly charged to participate in upcoming general election of 2014. Also this population is in blind love with you. You command their nerves with your mesmerizing writing skills. If you openly support a personality cult, you certainly are misleading your fans. It’s tragic that growing corporate muscle is deemed as development of India. You are well aware of it, as I read your articles in your precious book ‘What young India Wants’ in which you talked about your views upon the population poor enough to be tagged as useless and abandoned from markets.
Please understand that Indian democracy respects the code of ‘Universal Adult Franchise’ which states that every voter have right to keep their votes secrete. The objective of this clause doesn’t ends with the safety of the voter but also prevents the influence of any thought leader over others. This keeps democracy more close to its utility. You as an established author and responsible citizen of India have breached to moral code of ‘Universal Adult Franchise’ by favoring a sponsored agent of corporate lobby called Modi. You should immediately take steps to minimize the damage.

Sincerely yours,

Jitendra Rajaram   

Comments

B. Anup Murthy said…
Well frankly sir he don't for all this things and I am saying this not to hurt you but to hurt him. Modi did some good work in Gujarat and I do support for development but it doesn't means that we have to highlight him in such a manner that he has to be declared as a god. Well, he can be until we let them play and observe to what extent they will go for it and how much they can manipulate the young guns of India and since we know that the young guns are all ready manipulated and severed by this so called great and revered peoples who can change this economic conditions by there speech and guidance. Yet they choose to obliterate young minds.
B. Anup Murthy said…
Well frankly sir he don't for all this things and I am saying this not to hurt you but to hurt him. Modi did some good work in Gujarat and I do support for development but it doesn't means that we have to highlight him in such a manner that he has to be declared as a god. Well, he can be until we let them play and observe to what extent they will go for it and how much they can manipulate the young guns of India and since we know that the young guns are all ready manipulated and severed by this so called great and revered peoples who can change this economic conditions by there speech and guidance. Yet they choose to obliterate young minds.
B. Anup Murthy said…
Well frankly sir he don't for all this things and I am saying this not to hurt you but to hurt him. Modi did some good work in Gujarat and I do support for development but it doesn't means that we have to highlight him in such a manner that he has to be declared as a god. Well, he can be until we let them play and observe to what extent they will go for it and how much they can manipulate the young guns of India and since we know that the young guns are all ready manipulated and severed by this so called great and revered peoples who can change this economic conditions by there speech and guidance. Yet they choose to obliterate young minds.
B. Anup Murthy said…
Well frankly sir he don't for all this things and I am saying this not to hurt you but to hurt him. Modi did some good work in Gujarat and I do support for development but it doesn't means that we have to highlight him in such a manner that he has to be declared as a god. Well, he can be until we let them play and observe to what extent they will go for it and how much they can manipulate the young guns of India and since we know that the young guns are all ready manipulated and severed by this so called great and revered peoples who can change this economic conditions by there speech and guidance. Yet they choose to obliterate young minds.
B. Anup Murthy said…
Well frankly sir he don't for all this things and I am saying this not to hurt you but to hurt him. Modi did some good work in Gujarat and I do support for development but it doesn't means that we have to highlight him in such a manner that he has to be declared as a god. Well, he can be until we let them play and observe to what extent they will go for it and how much they can manipulate the young guns of India and since we know that the young guns are all ready manipulated and severed by this so called great and revered peoples who can change this economic conditions by there speech and guidance. Yet they choose to obliterate young minds.
Anup Murthy said…
Well frankly sir he don't for all this things and I am saying this not to hurt you but to hurt him. Modi did some good work in Gujarat and I do support for development but it doesn't means that we have to highlight him in such a manner that he has to be declared as a god. Well, he can be until we let them play and observe to what extent they will go for it and how much they can manipulate the young guns of India and since we know that the young guns are all ready manipulated and severed by this so called great and revered peoples who can change this economic conditions by there speech and guidance. Yet they choose to obliterate young minds.

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