यह एक ऐसा स्थान हैं, जहाँ पर हम राजनीति और नेताओं पर एक खास नज़रिये से बातचीत करते हैं, जो हमारी भिन्न स्तरों के नेताओं के साथ आमने सामने हुई चर्चाओं और उनके साथ किए गए शैक्षणिक और ज्ञानवर्धक कार्यक्रमों के अनुभवों पर आधरित होगा । हम आशा करते हैं, कि यह ब्लॉग हमारे प्रजातंत्र के अनछुए और प्रेरणादायक पहलुओ पर प्रकाश डालेगा और संभवत हम सभी को हमारी डेमोक्रेसी को जीवंत रखने के लिए व्यक्तिगत स्तर पर प्रयास करने के लिए रास्ता दिखायेगा ।

Thursday, 4 December 2008

Young MPs respond to the Mumbai Tragedy-Raghuraj Singh, MP, 41 years

Raghuraj Singh, MP, 41 years
Etawah, Uttar Pradesh
Samajwadi Party (SP)

This is a national crisis rather than the crisis of a particular State or city. We should all learn a lesson from America, where after one attack, there are no more attacks. This is because they have a consensus across all political parties. They are unanimous in dealing with the situation.

I accept these incidents (the remarks of certain politicians) as unfortunate one. Inner party discipline should categorically reject and seek a complete apology from party members. We should also try to understand the human element behind the sentiments of these statements but they should be blown out of proportion.

There is bound to be a political consensus on such a national crisis because if we don’t have a nation left, who will be left to practice politics? There is a large gap between politicians and the people. We must find ways to bridge this gap as soon as possible. We need to have an all-empowered and impartial body, free from day to day political pressures, to fight terror.

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