Jan 7, 2013

Bravehearted never dies but humanity is dead!!!





When will our country grow in regards to women safety?

When will those women get justice who have suffered earlier and waiting for some justice to be happen?

Is India really shining ? In terms of increasing rape cases or increasing the number of hungry slaughters.

Why do we Indians always protest when something happens in the society?

Why there were no rush at Delhi-India gate to raise voice for women safety before the heinous act has happened?
                             
                               Are we need to change ourselves or our despicable Govt.has to?
 
We are ready to condemn things but can not condemn our inability to oppose things..............

It was not merely the gangrape of 23 years old girl but it is the rape of inner self of every Indian living who is living in ashamed democratic country.............

History can be witnessed that Infants who are undesired, girl daughters who suffers inferiorty complex because of differentiation between boys and girls, common housewives being beaten by drunked husbands, working women being harresed in corporate world have been tortured and insulted from many years now. 

For how long a woman has to proof her ability to walk by shoulder to shoulder with men???

Recently, I have heard and saw the personal interview of that guy who was the single soul helping Delhi-Brave heart girl until he was cautious (I ashamed whenever I read that girl as Delhi-Gangraraped girl: my personal request and I begged please dont call her soul gangraped now, she was a brave heart who fought till his heavy last breathe and might did not wanted to die in pain). After the incidence people were passing by them , noone helped even when they saw them without clothes and bleeded body. Police fought for 45 minutes for their local zone file, noone was available in the hospital to gave them quilts. 

Do we still stand in a stage to protest against rapist or corruption ??

Are we selfish?? By the fear of police, public do not want to get indulged in anyone`s personal matter and still we say laws and constitution needs to be change??

22 Dec, 2012 was declared as black day, people devastated in social networks by distributing one black hole. I received number of messages to join candle`march at India Gate and this was not enough media plays vital role in making their channel to be the first showing the city-Delhi as a country revolution or a raipst city. 

 Are candles or protest against Government enough asking for justice??

What has happened when Anna was in anshan, people were protesting
against corruption and now new party has been developed named IAC-”India against corruption” headed by Arvind Kejriwal. Has Lokpal bill been passed by Governement there and then??

I know amendments are not easy but can be possible. The first step we can take is to change our own society rather being demanding to change The Government. Changes are not sudden act but the gradual movement that whole country should evolve together. This cruel act is not the first time but we are coming together for the very first time because such heinous incident happened. 

Where were we earlier? Why we could not raise voice against rapists? 

Women have considered weak and the statue of forgiveness. We Indians forgive easily that's why those butchers gain strength again and again to counter attack.

I wish some amendment we are asking from the Government would start from our own "Corrupt Society". The change should start from "I" then say "We".

It`s time to change our own mindset first ; nothing can be done until and unless we change ourselves.
The girl was not aware of the painful incidence that she had suffered but I am sure those assholes are knowing what is going to happen with them now. Their ASS will soon going to be hanged but when? I still have mistrust on Goverment because it is made by us and until we are corrupted, Goverment will choose their options on their own.

I am a PROUD DAUGHTER that my family has given me freedom to live fearfree life and become an independent woman but Please do not wonder if i say that i feel an unproud INDIAN GIRL today.

"Do not strive to change the world, Be the change for the world."


I would like to dedicate a poem written by Rocky

How many times…
Have you raised your hand…
To wipe ‘SOMEONE’S TEARS…?’
How many times…
Have you taken a stand…
To end ‘SOMEONE’S FEARS…?’
How many times…
Have you been so kind…
To make ‘SOMEONE’S SMILE…?’
How many times…
Have you made your mind…
To always ‘STAY AWHILE…?’
So… STEP AHEAD…
& make someone’s smile…
Because now it’s whole world…
who ‘NEED IT…’
COME… STEP AHEAD…
& wipe all the tears around…
Before our eyes would start…
to ‘BLEED IT…’
JUST… STEP AHEAD…
Towards those… Who can’t do…
How many times…
Have you been a flower…
That keeps spreading ‘FRAGRANCE…?’
How many times…
Have you been a shower…
That keeps spraying ‘TOLERANCE…?’
How many times…
Have you felt the pain…
For what the ‘Orphans CRY…?’
How many times…
Have you started to gain…
Smiles from others… ‘DID YOU TRY…?’
So… STEP AHEAD…
& make someone smile…
Cuz in their lives this act…
Could add ‘JOY…’
Just… STEP AHEAD…
& wipe all the tears around…
Cuz no one’s heart is…
Just a ‘TOY…’
Please… STEP AHEAD…
Towards those… Who can’t do…


3 comments:

  1. nothing could be done till women stops thinking for help for opposite sex ... till the better half understand why they are called so ... till they start taking stand for themselves ...
    the day women realize that they don't need any help or sympathy from other, that will be the day this world would be free from any of these nuisance...

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  2. Thanks for this Jasmeet. Months may pass, but this remains a source of constant pain for our nation's conscience - as it should!

    We can shout from rooftops about the tremendous progress India has made over the past couple of decades. But I find such jingoistic chest thumping pride in our primacy in the modern world shallow and self-serving. We are a nation that is #1 in just one thing…in thinking we are #1 at everything. We are probably also #1 in the atrocious treatment of women. And nothing seems to change the status quo in this regard. Rising education levels, economic prosperity…nothing. Female foeticide is not something only the very poor resort to – it happens especially among the middle class who have the money to access pre-natal sex determination. The idea of masculinity –which is fairly well established in the rest of the world as being a protective, sacrificing force – has been turned on its head in India. Being born a boy brings with it privileges over the girl child. Having the freedom to do everything…without any responsibilities. Such a deeply patriarchal tilt pervades the Indian mindset, that gender determines who gets to study, work and be financially independent – heck, it even determines who gets access to nutrition! In some homes, or so I’ve heard, boys get to eat yoghurt and drink a full glass of milk – while their sisters have to make do with watery buttermilk and no milk at all. This, is masculinity in modern day India – where the boys get it all. I contend that at the root of our disgraceful treatment of women is this patriarchal mindset. A system that gives men the right to do ANYTHING to a woman – and have it eventually be the woman’s fault. For raising her eyes, for wearing a skirt, for merely being. I’m tired of Neanderthal politicians and asinine God-men outdoing themselves at displaying the patriarchal mindset I talk about. I am so DONE with Indian Newspapers for reporting the crap that these bozos spout each day. Yes, let’s hang the monsters who did this. They deserve no less. Hanging would be too easy a death for these animals. But…if a mere exacting of revenge for this heinous act is the best we can do…even heaven has no chance of helping this country. As you rightly say... the change should start from within..."Let us look at ourselves first."

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