Saturday, September 21, 2013

Communal Riots- A Shame for India

It is very hard to believe that we are still seeing communal riots in India. In present educated India, it is a shame to see such things happening. There are still many political parties who like to divide people on communal grounds so that they can get votes in their favor. However, such people do not know that today’s people are educated ones and they know well real intentions of politicians. Politicians in India are so hungry for power that they can go to any extent to secure votes.

Recent communal riots in Muzaffarnagar are clear example of such intention of Indian politicians. The amazing fact is that it is not possible to pin-point a single political party because all parties are trying to use situation for their advantage. More than 50 innocent people lost their lives in these riots and still, we are unable to see any concrete action by police. All political parties are only busy in blaming each other. Today, people are more worried for good life and every person want a communal harmony; however, most of political parties believe that they can create such tensions to get mileage in election.

Within few months, 2014 Loksabha election will take place in India and therefore, many political parties are trying to divide people and thereby win elections. This is really shameful approach of Indian political parties and they need to grow. I appeal to people that they should maintain communal harmony and understand real intentions of politicians.

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