Thursday, September 15, 2011

Anna Hazare has to join active politics!

This post is prophesied regarding the change in the Indian political system. Anna and his team will have to join active politics if really they are planning to see a Corruption Free India.

As Anna Hazare is now conducting press conferences from Ralegan Sidhi. He is voicing against the proposed yatra announced by L K Advani against corruption.
L K Advani's proposed route for Anti-Corruption Rath Yatra

Advani is a veteran leader of Bhartiya Janta Party. He has been using his voice through traveling in the country in a rath (carriage) and motivates people on the political issue. He started his first “Rath Yatra”–an air-conditioned van decorated to look like a chariot–from Somnath in Gujarat. He traveled a larger part of North India in 1990. This was the main reason of communal violence which India had to face and the after effect of this tour was the demolition of Babri Masjid.

Now to gain political mileage Advani is again planning a Rath Yatra in the name of Anti-Corruption. He has seen the power of Anna voicing Corruption Free India and he just wants to encash this slogan for the next general elections. BJP has been fooling the majority of India for the construction of Ram Janambhoomi Mandir at the disputed site of Babri Masjid. Now, the majority has understood that the construction of the Mandir is not possible and the BJP has been playing with the emotions of the people.

Anna has to be careful in this regard and finally he and his men have to join active politics to make India Corruption Free. Masses have faith in Anna and his team and the time is coming when Anna and his team have to finally put their heads together and think to become a part of active politics. To putout the fire you have to use water and when the fire is big then you have to get to the root of the fire wearing the proper suite.

1 comment:

  1. This Rath Yatra of L K Advani was just to keep in the political books as he was afraid that Indian people will be attracted to Anna Hazare. He can be a good leader if he removes his coat of communalism and works for the benefit of the country.