Terrorists, Maoists, disruptionists watch television and analyse our actions. When they see that there is lot of indiscipline on the roads involving effigy burning, stone pelting and if the government fails to take action then Maoists also gets emboldened. It is absolutely necessary to frame stringent laws with assured punishment if we have to make progress with peace.
We need to observe how other developed countries check their railway tracks. There are certain troublesome areas and we may seek support of local village Pradhans or retired servicemen in such areas to keep vigilance. We need not pay them anything. Indians are fond of titles. That is how the British ruled us. Government and GRP cannot do every task. In the recent Rajdhani derailment accident it is reported that villagers and boys from local engineering college had done a laudable job.
Wealth must be created and it must be distributed judiciously. If persons of good character are inducted into civil services and the cabinet then Maoists will be afraid to attack us. If they notice that we are weak and corrupt, they will create more disruption. For several years we are hearing about Abu Salem case, he gets married in the train and yet cases against him has been prolonging. Terrorists roam scot free and never get penalized, what message are we trying to convey? In Singapore if you sign off and clear from customs, they ask whether you are carrying any cigarettes or whisky. If you reply by saying no then you are let off within one minute and 37 seconds. On the other hand if you are caught, heavy penalty is imposed on you. If you carry a gram of drug in Malaysia then death sentence will be awarded to you. However, no such incident occurs in India. That is the biggest impediment to progress. It’s not justified to provide reservation to Muslims, Marathas, Jats and innumerable others as it make create a hindrance in development.
The government should provide education and training to talented candidates belonging to the poor financial background which will enable them to stand on their own feet. Training must be provided to youth to improve their skills which will enable them to set up their own business or find suitable employment. If you watch, bhavishya vani programme on television , you will notice that most of the viewers asking the question “Mujhe sarkari naukri kab lagegi”. You watch the programme of Nirmal Baba you will find how people are seeking advice from him to overcome their problems. Can these people stand up to Maoists? .