Today is Children’s Day – the birth anniversary of independent India’s first prime minister, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru. Just over 50 years after his death we seem to be forgetting our first prime minister. The buzz around this day has drastically diminished over the last couple of years. Why? Just because those ruling the corridors of power do not agree with his ideologies?
I know I am being overly sarcastic, but we Indians are intolerant of whatever the other person does, thinks, or speaks out for.
Intolerance is our way of life.
And this trend cuts across age, gender, community, region and religion.
You want to be an engineer? Haven’t you read about ever declining performance of the manufacturing sector in India.