Thursday, January 22, 2009

Self centered system and the people

क्षेत्रवाद की बहस की एक कड़ी के रूप में कल मोनिका जी का एक लेख हम लोग पढ़ चुके हैं। इस बहस को आगे बढ़ाते हुए हमें अपना विचार भेजा है रजत दा ने। वे फिलहाल देहरादून में हैं और उनके कम्प्यूटर पर हिन्दी टाइपिंग में कुछ गड़बड़ी हो रही थी, इसलिए उन्होंने अंग्रेजी में ही लिख डाला। यहां प्रस्तुत हैं उनके विचार, उनके ही शब्दों में, असंपादित।

Rajat kumar gupta
Why we are bothered about the regionalism. It was very much evident that the present system will lead us to such conflicts. Actually This present system in our country has become self centered, where every aspect of profit leads to the capital. Without producing anything Our national capital is getting the top most benefits. It actually creates a negative impact. In present context you can mention it as regionalism but actually its the social conflict between haves and have nots. At mumbai the marathi manush theory has support (may be not so vocal or open) but it is due to the increasing competition day by day. The opportunities are getting less to lesser. In Jharkhand it has another name as naxalism. At assam there is same social conflict named boro agitation. So before reaching to any social conclusion we have to take account of such factors in all aspect whether its reality show or anything else.

3 comments:

Zakir Ali 'Rajneesh' (S.B.A.I.) said...

गम्भीर विचार।

dahleez said...

रजत दा यह लड़ाई तो बहुत पुरानी चली अा रही है। लेिकन अब बहस इस बात पर होनी चािहए िक क्या इसका कोई इलाज है? या िफर इसे थोड़ा दबाया जा सकता है? या िफर उसी का िहस्सा बन कर िदकू और झारखंडी की लड़ाई लड़ें। अापके काफी करीब हूं कभी िमलने देहरादून अाऊंगा।

dharmendra said...

rajat da your thought on this topic is very clear. without any social conclusion we can not find the bright path for this country. it seems to me that if jharkhand and bihar face naxalism that means only one reason behind this social unequality. in which day our politician and media will be wakeup, thats problem automaticaly shortout.