Let me start with some Quotes first:
“Any fool can criticize, condemn and complain – and most fools do.”
“It is a thing of no great difficulty to raise objections against another man’s oration – nay, it is very easy; but to produce a better in its place is a work extremely troublesome.”
“When men speak ill of thee, live so as nobody may believe them.”
Yes, it is easier to be critical than correct. It is even easier to criticize anyone or anything. Though, it is not always worthwhile to criticize and complain, still we do it most of time. Finding mistakes and flaws in others work is easiest and favourite pass time for most of us. Even if you asked a layman about complicated problem, he will tell you several solutions. However, there are very few things so easy in real world. It is very easy to say anything, but when you are decision maker, very few choices you have!
Take the example of recent Indian Government under leadership of Mr. Modi. During election campaign, Mr. Modi promise everything for every citizen of India. One crore jobs every year, 15 lakh rs. In every Indian account, corruption eradication, equality and reduction in prices of commodity. Four years are over to this government and employment rate is at lowest, no black money came from swiss bank, corruption is still prevalent, Dollar price is increasing causing Rs to fall. Petrol prices are at highest even though crude price were lowest for last two years in international market.
Though, I do not think that BJP government and Mr. Modi has done much in last 4 years, nevertheless, it will be dishonest to say that he have not achieve anything at all. It will be wrong to criticize every policy and every decision of present government.
Implementing GST across the nation is one of the most important achievements of present government. Swachh Bharat Shauchalaya Yojana (Free toilet scheme) was another good initiative. There are few ministers who are doing exceptionally well like Sushma Swaraj (Minister of External Affairs of India) and Mr. Nitin Gadkari (Hon’ble Minister of Road Transport and Highways) Before expecting more from government we must look at ourselves. We have no right to complain about any Government. We are the one who elected the government.
We, the citizens of India are corrupt and do not care about our nation. We only talk about patriotism. However, when time comes to show our patriotism, we start calculation profit and loss. Even though, we knew that promises made during elections are fake (Jumla) and will never be fulfil, still majority voted for a communal government for obvious reason. I am sure they will do the same again. It is high time to realise that communal powers (which ever religion they might belong to) has created a big divide between us. Realization of problem is the first step in resolving it.
Every citizen of country has a lot of responsibility. Democracy does not function well without active involvement of citizens. Casting our vote is one small part of our various responsibilities. In dictatorship, you have no right to raise your voice. But in democracy, you have to raise your voice for every wrong policy and every wrong deed of government. Raise your voice, whether it is through peaceful protest, through online campaign or through writing letters. Use every democratic and peaceful means to protest for your rights. Do not wait for election. Your responsibility does not end after voting, it just start from there. Do not live like a slave-blind and deaf.
Every Indian, whether earning or not, is paying tax-directly or indirectly to government. Government is answerable to public for every penny they spent. It is illogical to think that next time we will vote for another party and our problems will be solved. Politicians knew that we are divided in religions and castes. As long as we will not give a clear message to them that we need development, we need employment and we need quality of life they will keep winning elections based on caste and religious politics. Political parties no longer saw us as human being. We are mare vote bank for them. Development of India depends on Indians not on political parties. We have to send a clear message to every political party that we will not allow any criminal candidate in election. We want party manifesto based on development and how they will achieve it. How many industries, hospitals, and universities they will open in our area if they will be elected. When they come for asking vote for them, ask them where they were for last five years? What they did and what they will do in next five years.