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Why Independence has no meaning to opoor indians?

Asked by Priyaranjan Saha, 20 Jun '09 07:45 pm
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It was the dream of the poor people that after independence of our nation, their living conditions will improve as our own leaders will be ruling in the country. It was a feeling of the poor people that their living conditions are not good because the foreigners are interested only in exploiting the nation and make hay while the sun shines.
After so many years of independence, their conditions is still pathetic and many people are not able to have even one square meal a day. Hence, independence has no meaning for the poor Indians.
Answered by Francisco, 20 Jun '09 09:00 pm

 
  
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Because they are not having any economic freedom.
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 20 Jun '09 07:45 pm

 
  
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This was precisely the question that the revolutionaries, under the leadership of Sardar Bhagatsingh, had asked themselves in the All-India meeting convened by them at the Ferozshah Kotla in Delhi, sometime in 1928. The Hindustan Socialist Republican Association were far-sighted enough to see distinctly where Gandhi and his brand of politics would lead our country and that there would be no difference whatsoever, in the lives of those unfortunate Indian brothers who eked out a miserable existence, and that they would continue to dwell in the same misery and penury whether their rulers were white-skinned or brown. It is, indeed, unfortunate that the most relevant and opportune ideology of the H.S.R.A. and its student wing, the Naujawan Bharat Sabha have been totally disregarded by historians of the Indian freedom struggle and that these revolutionaries contiue ot be portrayed as bomb-throwing, romantic heroes. They, surely were much more than that. They were great thinkers and intellec ...more
Answered by Jaisingh Thakur, 20 Jun '09 07:56 pm

 
  
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As they still struggling for their Daily Bread
Answered by Anand Agarwal, 20 Jun '09 07:47 pm

 
  
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More attention was given on heavy industries,foreign investment thus creating wide difference between rich and poors.beside as economy improved so also buying power.see how millions of farmers were forced to succide.poors are used as vote banks, beside whatever schemes are planned for then not successful due to corruption.
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 20 Jun '09 09:41 pm

 
  
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