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We treat the roads as a garbage dump while keeping our homes clean. This menace of Gutka chewing and spitiing wherever is convenient is so repulsive that a law needs to be promulgated against dirtying our public facilities.
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Tags: environment, politics & government, gutka
Asked by sumita bhadrachaudhari, 06 Aug '10 09:42 am
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Its a sorry state of affairs my friend....and till the day we feel that the facilities are for us...are our own....we would fail in the effort to behave like responsible citizens.
You know what...the unrestrained loot of treasury by a few corrupt bureaucrats / politicians / psychophants elevated to head organisations ...have made us careless...we were not made to feel that its a democratic country where each citizen has equal rights.
Here in India...a convoy carrying any big wig can ensure a traffic blockade...even ambulances are stopped....any political party can shut down the city in the name of bandh...and goons can unleash their mayhem on hapless citizens and facilites like public transport...setting them on fire...smashing police cars..and get away with it.
the laws are there...but it would need the will to implement them...and this will never be done with the politicisation of the police force...
We need brutally forthright and principled incorruptible officers to implement ...more
Answered by prasoon, 06 Aug '10 02:09 pm

 
  
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Laws are already there, but not being implimented strictly!!!!
Answered by Vishwanath V, 06 Aug '10 11:04 am

 
  
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U need a li kuan yi to do that
Answered by dhanendra kumar jain, 06 Aug '10 10:29 am

 
  
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Law cannot do anything in this regard In India we have enough laws but we Indian take pride in breaking laws, actually Indian do not have any civic sense and are self centered in general
Answered by Satya Pandey, 06 Aug '10 09:54 am

 
  
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YesI fully endorse your view in the matter
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 06 Aug '10 09:45 am

 
  
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