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Children Vs. Cow Vs. Yogi

Who is important?

At one side, 30 children died due to improper treatment in Gorakhpur's Baba Raghav Das Medical College and at the other Prime Minister Narendra Modi is busy in tweeting about his meetings and itineraries. The question arise, who is important before our Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath? Maybe, the most important thing before both of them is the will to keep on succeeding on the charts of 'Political Glam Shows' where every politician has a rate card and as per that he/she enjoys VIP treatment all over the country and world.

India has lost 30 - 60 children which can make the nation more glorious but due to imbalance in the Uttar Pradesh administration the whole thing failed.

People all across country bashing Yogi's government for its incompetent role in this Gorakhpur incidence, but, there are people who even don't care about the whole incidence. These are the very people who are the real anti-nationals living with a face in today's India. Yogi's image as a firebrand Chief Minister got a huge hit after Gorakhpur tragedy and this is the time when he should realize that how grave he is playing by letting an improper administration running in Uttar Pradesh.

Uttar Pradesh is suffering from a cancer of ethnic divide where some Hindus are backing the whole Hindutva agenda blinded and some Muslims who are blindly following every whats app message telling them to uproot Hindutva politics. Between all of this hate politics we lost 30 children who even doesn't know who is running their region.

Time for self audit!

People of Uttar Pradesh or any state should audit their views and ideologies. Politicians are leeching people in the name of hate politics and unwanted agendas. Education is suffering in Uttar Pradesh, People are dying of poverty, Farmers are doing suicides, Toilets are pending in most of the houses, Rapes are on high rise and crimes rates are booming in today's Uttar Pradesh. 

But, people are only busy saying - "Mandir wahin banyenge" or "Gayen hamari maata hai". Nobody is telling you to let - Cow and Temple breathe. Uttar Pradesh is dying who is once regarded as the most powerful and ravishing state in the history of India. Today, Cow and Temple overtook this great state and exploiting people in the name of it.

Next time when we get out of our beds, we should think of - Who are we letting our state run? We don't need any Yogi or Modi, what we need is a clear cut self audit about inner self and when the inner self is would become clear then only we can let anyone rule us on terms and not blindly and commanded. 

Camps are setup all across Uttar Pradesh where training is being given to specific ethnic groups. It is all going under the umbrella of Mr. Yogi Adityanath. No single camp leader came to talk in support of Gorakhpur incident. Is this not hypocrisy then what? People of Uttar Pradesh should stand against this autocratic rule of politicians and bureaucrats and make their lives better through use of reason and facts. 

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