Home – sweet Home???
I failed miserably to find a house, just a single room, 30 square yard area house for a budget of ₹ 15 lac in Delhi but our politicians are giving themselves lavish lifestyles in one of the poorest country of world. Planning commission of India says anyone who earns more than ₹ 32 ($ 0.59 US dollar) is not poor in urban India.
Our politicians are new Sir, Nawab and Raja in democratic republic of India who don’t spend a penny from their pocket for say anything accommodation, electricity, phone-bill, guest entertainment, stationery, air travel, rail travel (with family and attendants).
It’s a clear violation of constitution of India which nowhere gives them entitlement for freebies. Rashtrapati Bhawan (in pic) is most obscene structure in India and particularly in Delhi where 15 lakh population is homeless and sleeps under open sky. According to Indian Express, dated April 30, 2012, former Lok Sabha speakers will get similar facilities as former presidents and prime ministers. (Ex-speakers may get facilities at par with ex-presidents soon)http://www.indianexpress.com/news/exspeakers-may-get-facilities-at-par-with-expresidents-soon/943257/
(Pic courtesy Tehelka)
In U.P. ex-C.M. Mayawati has built a mansion from state exchequer for ₹ 83 crore. In U.P., there is a strange law from the monkey-politicians (emphasis needed) that a C.M. becomes entitled for free bungalow every time he or she becomes a C.M., if Mayawati or Mulayam becomes C.M. for four times then it means they will get four bungalows. I don’t know why Mayawati or Her Highness P. P. Patil wants so lavish bungalows or resorts. They do nothing good for country, and they are the real beggars who want alms in not lakhs, millions, crores but in billions, may be for their next birth.
Lets forget about all the hatred for politicians and croon Kishore Kumar’s beautiful song – ‘Chota sa ghar hoga… baadlon ki chhaon mein”.