I would say no to 33% to ladies

    1. MP, MLA, Minister, Chief Minister and Prime minister are the supreme posts of the democratic India that directly influence the well being of the people. Even a small mistake by them may make the people to suffer for generations.
    2. At the moment, majority of ladies are not exposed independently to face the real world. They are dependent and shielded. This makes their general personality poor and their knowledge limited.
    3. Now tell me, do you think it is worth taking a risk of exposing ladies with substandard qualities directly to supreme posts. Don’t you think they are most prone to make wrong decisions because of lack of exposure? And as I said early you know how much these wrong decision may affect people.
    4. This world belongs to every living creature. No one can be neglected. Ladies should actively take part in politics. No doubt about it.
    5. But to do that, we need to create good environment for them to accumulate the qualities required to acquire the top position in politics. If you want to make a man win the running race, we need to give good food to make him strong and good practice to sharpen his skills. Instead we cant just place him 20 meters ahead of others or ask others to run slowly.

Bharathi

What to say. I keep changing every day.

8 comments:

A M said...

well what will happen ultimately?
powerful men will make their wives or mothers stand in the elections and once they win, these ladies will become a mere rubber stamp for these men. Happens all the time in the local polls of panchayat or municipal ones.

Bharathi said...

@ AM: That is what exactly will happen with this current proposal. And that is the reason why I suggest a more natural way. This is time consuming but is worth.

sp.ajay said...

The only thing that can wade off the dirt is you- yourself. If rabri Devi can run a a state than my mom is a better contestant for the CM of Bihar(woefully, none will vote for her. I even doubt my dad will!)...
the propesed bill shall hardly makes a difference; from my point of view only educated bachelors and spinsters must be there in the Parliament(they have no children to gulp multi crore scams for) and that has the same probability as my father being the next PM of India.Ramdev baba is a good choice!ruefully we dont have 545 ramdevs in our nation. so the best choice is educated politicians and the bestest is take matters in your own hands...

Bharathi said...

@ SP Ajay: I appreciate your idea of taking matters in our own hands. But I dont think education has anything to do with honesty. Honesty is a virtue and it cant be taught but it should be realized. I know more educated politicians and officials who were graciously corrupt.

Tan said...

I would say NO to the reservation too... makes less sense to me!!!

Bharathi said...

@Tan: thanks for giving an unbiased opinion

Karthik said...

I support 33% reservation... because it assures 66% for men through out the future of this nation.... I am sure woman would have been in majority in distant future if this step was not taken... hail man power...hehehehehe ...

Google said...

Reservation is not natural and efficient way. even if we positively think that 66% is for men, that will be wrong way.

System should be like, best of the people gets elected and takes responsibility on hand. So even if, tomorrow 51 % women found better than men (theoretical :) or may be practically possible :)), let she rule as (if) she deserves.

Instagram