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India’s democratic challenge – widened rich-poor gap

As for my opinion, all people of India are feeling sorry for E Murali who committed suicide in the campus of Osmania University. Getting disappointed for not getting government jobs and as an aftermath committing suicide is not any new event in India. Because in our country there are extent opportunities to progress and improve their tradition, possession and get great salary job as they want  by giving bribe, for those who are previously rich or have strong background behind. But  for those who are living below the poverty lines what to speak to grab most expensive job, even a little salary job is not available that can fill their lives with happiness.

Some people, therefore, say that where million rupees of nation is spent on dinner and breakfast of prime minister and celebrities, whereby not only thousands poor family could eat their fill stomach but numerous unemployed could get a better job and survive several lives. It won’t stop until the government take a strong step to stop them by realising people’s dreams that government was selected for people and by people.

Mohd. Aabid Qasmi 

(The views expressed by the author in the article are his/her own.)

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