Monday, November 23, 2015

When Does Democracy Become Demon-cracy?

Before I go to explain my views on the question in the title of this blog, I would like to tell you a small real life experience that I had some time ago.

It was the time when the city where I lived during those days was on the verge of beginning a real estate bloom for the first time. It was not a metro, but a booming tier-2 city with a population nearing about a million.

Since plenty of farm land was available around the urbanized areas, lateral development was not much of a problem. The city planners had been pretty liberal in approving land diversion from farm land to housing plots. Land for building independent bungalow type houses was not very expensive.

Things got changed as the lateral expansion of the city reached its limits due to mismatches in the infrastructural development with regard to roads and public transport. Then the real estate businessmen of the area came out with new housing offers in the form of apartments and flats.

Many people, who did not want to get in to the problems of roads, water, electricity, transport, safety, etc that plagued the independent houses offered by the colonizers in diverted farm lands, thought the multi storied buildings which contained the flat type houses would be better. I too was one among them.

The purchase and getting in to the hotel type living in the flat were not much of a problem. For us it was like living in the heart of the city in a large hotel by spending much less. Initially, the flat owners and residents hardly felt any problem as the apartment complex was kept managed by the builder. The resident owners of the flats were a happy lot because they hardly realized the hardships of administering the complex!

There were security guards who saluted us at the gate, cleaning staff who cleaned the vitrified tiles of the corridors and the parking areas better than we ever imagined, staff who collected the wastes from our doors and others who did pretty odd jobs for the owners without any hue and cry. The water supply in our taps inside our flats was a neat 24 x 7 and so was the electricity. The lifts worked smoothly to take us up and down from all the floors! And all these things happening in the heart of a busy city! It was marvelous and totally enjoyable!

Our joys did not go like that for ever. A couple of months later, the general manager of the real estate company invited us to their office for some important discussion. There we were informed that our honey moon days are over and we, the flat owners are now of our own. We were told to take over the day to day management of our apartment complex. The responsibility of the builders was over, we were told. We were reminded to read the fine prints in the sale deeds to which we were all signatories when we signed up for making those deeds registered in our names.

Nothing to worry, though. They re-assured us. All we have to do is to form a democratic association of the owners, register it, get it equipped with an elected management committee in accordance with the laws of the land. We have to form a registered society of owners with its own bye-laws and an elected committee of our own representatives who did the management of our apartment complex in accordance with the law of the land.

Many of our co-owners resisted the move. No-no! This is injustice. We do not have time to do all these things. We do not have the expertise for this. Had this been the case, we would not have purchased this flat. Is this the way it happens elsewhere? 

As the majority group opinion was against, we simply moved out without any action plan. We were typical citizens who liked to enjoy all facilities but not with those thorns of responsibilities!

But the builders went ahead as they had told. One fine morning the security guards and the staff were all withdrawn from the premises of our large apartment building.

All of a sudden there was great anarchy. There was no security, no cleaning, no water and the stench of the filth accumulating became nauseating!

I was too surprised to find the ignorance of the educated upper middle class house owners in these matters. All the rules of the game were given to us well in advance and we all had all documents to make us aware of the situation. But none of us bothered to know. The majority of us were neither willing to accept any responsibility nor had the enthusiasm to enhance our basic knowledge in these matters so that we could responsibly act for our own sake.

I also remember the pains I had taken to gather a few like minded flat owners, educate them with the consequences and the action plans to mitigate the problems that we suddenly got into. I remember the pains I had taken to draft the bye-laws of our society and the joint efforts some of us took to get it registered and take over the day to day management of our apartment complex from the builders. It was one of the first of that kind of acts in that city at that time! I was one of the founder members and one of the office bearers of our society. I had to spend much time and efforts to manage the day to day maintenance of the building complex by doing the honorary service as an office bearer.

Now being directly involved in the day to day management of our residential apartment building, I learnt certain things. 

For me personally, it was not a difficult task. But I experienced that this otherwise simple administrative task could  turn out  pretty bad and embarrassing  unless I honestly do my honorary service with sincerity ensuring cooperation with others in the management committee.

The service you do and the decisions you take on behalf of others are much more difficult than similar things you do for your own.     

It  is not so easy when you have to do your service or take decisions in a democratic atmosphere. You are bound to be criticized or opposed even for those things that you consider as the most appropriate and desirable! 

If there are ten people, there would be at least ten opinions and preferences. Your fellows will not agree with you for many things unless they too have the same understanding level as you. When your fellows all seem not liking your ideas or when you have to devote much time to convince your fellows for your wise decision to get implemented you are bound to become frustrated! More than thinking and adopting the best administration for every body's good, the requirement now demands some thing else. You have to manage your fellow beings 'cleverly' for a good administration to set in. 

Thus it would become important for you to adopt the game of politics for managing the day to day administration! 

The game of politics thus becomes an important necessity when democratic administration is implemented. Democracy is rule by the people. But when the people are a mix of individuals with varying degrees of mind development, they can be considered as good and bad all at the same time! 

You realize that you and your fellows are all with two opposing qualities built in one. All are essentially demonic with some divine qualities  incorporated within their minds.

The good and bad traits are not equally distributed, but are in varying degrees. In many groups now, the root mean value is obviously trending towards bad or demonic. So when demonic qualities predominate, democracy becomes essentially a tricky game of politics making it demon-cracy!

In other words, democracy is the best when the root mean quality of the concerned group of people is essentially good. Otherwise, democracy tends to become demon-cracy and the demonic game of politics becomes its integral part!

And in the game of politics, every thing is right or there is nothing termed as wrong.

But the game of politics in demon-cracy slowly does wonderful things for the people. Its gaming experiments enhance the experiential mind capacities and slowly make the people recognize the desirability of  adopting good over bad. In simple terms, this means the era when people naturally seek goodness or divine qualities rather than slipping in to the darkness of those bad and evil attributes of the demons!

Divine goodness is superior to demonic evil. All evil and bad things will vanish and good things only prevail  as things get forward in the evolutionary progress.

The only hitch is that it, the evolutionary progress, takes long time spanning several generations!

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Being Hindu and Being Christian in India: Posts by Two Indian Ladies!

A couple of days ago, my cousin sister, Ms.Annie Cyriac*, shared something that she has written on Whatsapp. 
[* See Note at the page bottom]

While reading her Whatsapp post, I could gauge her anguish over certain social issues that have been eroding the ethos of our great nation. The same Indian values and culture on which we have been proud regardless of our religious or social status or political outlooks!

But more than being an independent expression of thoughts, her writing in reality was a spontaneous response to the thoughts posted by another young lady some time ago on her Facebook page which has become a so-called 'viral post' on the internet. Obviously, thousands of Indian net savvy citizens mostly representing 'Young India' have been liking her post and sharing it wide to make it viral.

That information came from my daughter which her aunt, Annie, confirmed later. 

That made me to search and find the original 'viral post' titled 'Being Hindu' posted by Ms.Anurita Anupam who introduces herself in her post as a 'confused Hindu'. I also found references of her post on site like this ! I read this confused lady's post too carefully and realized the importance of the response made by my non-confused sister. 

Anurita , in my opinion, has only made a passionate expression of thoughts arising out of her mental confusions. But her writing has the taste of some deep rooted frustration and more interestingly, her attempt to find the the root cause of her frustration, created more frustration. That was what I felt by reading her post.

But the disturbing fact is that there exist thousands who share similar confusions in their minds. That explains the main reason for her post becoming  very likable to many and becoming viral.

No nation can neither progress nor attain peace when it has so many confused minds. It reflects warning signals about the onset of societal illness. It is essential that all right thinking citizens do some thing to mitigate such illnesses before it develops to some thing more vicious!

In Annie's response, I visualized an honest effort in that direction. But it is like a preventive medicine and cannot invade the minds of those already infested with the viral thoughts, unless they really want to get rid of those.

Yet with the permission of Annie, I am making an attempt to make her thoughts too in the public domain for those interested in knowing the other side. The following is Annie's response to Anurita's viral post:


[A recent post I read about a confused Hindu has prompted me to write this!]

I am an Indian. I am a Christian. I am not confused. But I fear for my countrymen who are confused.

I was born in Mumbai and I have loved to celebrate Diwali with my neighbors-lighting lamps, bursting fire crackers, and gorging on the Indian sweets.

Christmas was just as exciting- singing carols and sharing home made cakes with our neighbors.

At the Catholic school we attended, the school prayer was chanted in unison irrespective of whether we were Christians, Hindus or Muslims. As kids, religion didn't matter. 'Secularism' was just a word in our social studies text book. It was what we unknowingly practiced.

Later on when we shifted to Gujarat, religion was not an issue at all. All the families in the colony lived in harmony. During Navarathri festival, my cousins and I would look forward to donning our new glittering attires and dance the 'garba' late in to the night. It saddened my heart to read that recently non-vegans (read non-Hindus!) in Gujarat were forbidden from participating in the festivities.

As a child I have also lived abroad in a non secular Muslim country. I would roam around the vicinity with my local Arab friends. They'd communicate with me through gestures and broken Hindi. I thought it fun to cover my head and mimic their ways as they kneel for 'namas'. Neither language, nor religion nor nationality mattered then.

I do not believe that all hell would break loose if a school run by a Hindu Trust in a Christian dominated area sang verses from the Gita or the Mahabharat. We cannot expect them to quote the Bible in any case; can we?

I recall my Hindu friends chanting 'Rama-rama' in the adjacent prayer room while we Christians said our evening prayers along with the nuns at the convent hostel we stayed during my teens. At present I work in a Hindu run school and each morning when the prayers are recited, the few Christians teachers there, do bow their heads in respect!

Christian churches are open to all. They don't get defiled if a person another religion or caste enters it. Christians and Muslims don't go to a temple for fear of insulting the sentiments of some Hindus who consider it as an act of defilement. Remember how even Indira Gandhi was once refused access to the famous Guruvayoor temple of Kerala? I had once innocently entered the Thirunakkara temple with my insistent Hindu friends without really realizing the implications during my college days. I now realize that it was indeed a great folly from my part as it could have caused a great uproar had the Hindu temple authorities had known my religion!

I do not refuse the 'prasad' given to me by my Hindu friends after they come back visiting their temples. For me, all food come from God and my conscience is not shaken. The Bible says that 'food will not commend us to God' and we are no better if we eat or not any food that is passed on from the temples or Gurudwaras or the Mosques! The important thing is to live in harmony with all and not to cause your brother or sister (from whatever faith system) to fall.

I do not care if my tax money goes to subsidize some of my country men's Hajj pilgrimage. Every year I gladly contribute to the temple festivals near my home and school. 

If St.Stephens (college in Delhi) gives preference to Christian candidates, thousands of other private institutions in India give preferences to candidates of their own religious choice.  There could be an equal number that do not do it that way. For that matter my own daughter had to pay a donation to get a seat in a Christian run college in spite of her having high marks! There are institutions (run by people from all religious affiliations) who follow the rules meticulously and those who violate those rules occasionally or frequently.

If a mosque is not allowed to be built higher than the St.Paul's Cathedral in a Christian dominated nation, is that really torturing of Muslims? What then should we say about the burning of 11 churches in north India in the past 18 months? And what about the demolition of the Babari Mosque on the 6th December, 1992?

In the Christian faith, marriage is a sacrament. For a marriage to be conducted in a church, it is essential that both the bride and the groom to be Christians, just as it is compulsory for a Hindu to take a dip before entering in a temple. I have witnessed inter-religious marriages taking place in the church with either the groom or the bride from another faith  simply willing to declare as embracing the Christian faith for the sake of getting the marriage ceremony conducted in the church only to satisfy the other side! It is needless to say that they do it later in a temple or any other such place of their choice, again for the same purpose!

It really did not matter in India with its secular standing!

I am not for polygamy or for reservation (of government jobs on the basis of religion or castes). I do not welcome the beef ban nor do I welcome the beef party! But I have the sense enough to realize that the latter that happened here and there was not to mock any religion, but was only a kind of protest as beef eating is not yet a constitutional violation in this country. I am only alarmed a bit when someone rake up this issue as if it is against the Hindu religion because I have read the Hindu sacred texts that justify meat and beef eating! I do understand the compulsions of some in a democracy trying their best in raking up or making issues like this touching the soft senses of some people  desperately hoping that they make political gains!

I encourage my children to read the Bible. But I also encourage them to read other religious texts. I do not consider that their religious faith would be at stake if they read other religious books!

For that matter how may of us have an in-depth understanding of our own religions or their true teachings? In reality most of us claim to be Christian or Hindu or Muslim not because of our real faith or convictions, but because of being born to parents branded in any of those religions! Most of us are 'nominal' Christians, Hindus, Muslims or Sikhs!

Again can any one become true Christian or Hindu or Muslim or Sikh by compulsion? If I say tomorrow that I am a Hindu, does that make me a Hindu? What difference it would make even if I give it in writing?

Recently a woman writer was asked to step down from the dias just  to please a Hindu seer who refused to sit beside her. Can we blame our intellectuals for protesting against such a growing intolerance in a progressive nation of the 21st century?

I am an Indian woman. I am a mother and a teacher. I teach my children that the world is a global village. But now whe I hear the students saying ' all Indians are my brothers and sisters' in our school assembly, I fear for the future of these innocent kids who have to grow up in an era where stray dogs are given more importance than human beings, where communal political parties proceed with their agenda, where drug pedaling is not a big crime and where lynching and rape are nothing very big!

I am not a confused Christian. My faith stands firm. I also have faith in my friends-Hindus, Christians and Muslims. They are my brothers and sisters and India is my mother land just as theirs. A mother cannot be partial; no matter if her children are dark or fair, smart or stupid.

Secularism is not just a word meant to be confined to the Social Studies text book, it should be ingrained in the hearts of every Indian.

When in need for blood, will the gender, religion, caste or creed really matter for the recipient patient?

Don't say that the Hindu blood is different from a Christian or Muslim blood!

I do not know whether Ms. Anurita or any one of her followers would ever happen to read the above. If they do, I hope they really come out of their confusions.

And truly, there are nothing to get so confused!

As Annie puts it: let us truly strive to be worthy Indians! Our roots and bloods are the same! 

[* Annie Cyriac is an English language teacher working in Amrita High School Mooledom in Kerala. Her husband is Dr.Jenu Alex. Her daughter, Rebacca incidentally got media attention while casting  her first vote together with her grandmother and candidate, Mrs. Thankamma Alex  in the recently held elections in Kerala (Image above shows Malayala Manorama e-paper  Kottayam edition  report dtd 6-11-2015 in p-4). Annie had been a teacher in Maldives some years ago. Her life experiences can be read in her blog site titled  'Notions']

Thursday, November 5, 2015

തെരുവു നായ്ക്കളെ സ്നേഹിച്ച് സായൂജ്യം തേടുന്ന മനുഷ്യ ദ്രോഹികള്‍!

മനുഷ്യനും മൃഗവും തമ്മില്‍ പലകാര്യങ്ങളില്‍ സാമ്യം കാണാന്‍ കഴിയും. മനുഷ്യന്‍ മൃഗ തുല്യന്‍ ആയി വരാമെങ്കിലും മൃഗം ഒരിക്കലും മനുഷ്യ തുല്യന്‍ ആകില്ല. അവിടെ ആണ് മനുഷ്യനും മൃഗവും തമ്മിലുള്ള വ്യത്യാസം പ്രകടമാകുന്നത്.

ചിന്താശക്തിയും ദൈവിക ബോധവുമുള്ള മനുഷ്യന്‍ ശരീര പ്രകൃതികൊണ്ട്  ചില മൃഗങ്ങളെ പോലെ ഒക്കെ ആയിരിക്കുന്നത് മൂലം മനുഷ്യനും മൃഗവും തുല്യര്‍ തന്നെ എന്ന് ചില ബോധ വൈകല്യമുള്ള മനുഷ്യര്‍ പറയാന്‍ ഇടയുണ്ട്. എന്നാല്‍ അത് അവരുടെ ബുദ്ധി വൈകല്യത്തിന്റെ ഒരു അനന്തര ഫലം  മാത്രം എന്ന് ബുദ്ധിഭ്രമം ഇല്ലാത്ത സാധാരണ മനുഷ്യര്‍ മനസ്സിലാക്കി പ്രതികരിക്കാതെ ഇരുന്നിരുന്നു.
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തെരുവിനെ സംരക്ഷിക്കുന്ന ഇന്ത്യയുടെ അഭിമാനമായ നായ്ക്കള്‍!

എന്നാല്‍ ഭോഷികളുടെ അഭിപ്രായങ്ങള്‍ക്ക് പ്രതികരിക്കാത്ത സാദാ മനുഷ്യര്‍ക്ക്‌ ആ നിസംഗത ഇപ്പോള്‍ വിനയായിരിക്കുന്നു.

സമൂഹത്തില്‍ ഭോഷികള്‍ കൂടി വരുന്ന അവസ്ഥാ വിശേഷം സംജാതമായിരിക്കുന്നു എന്ന് വേണം കരുതാന്‍. ഇത് മനുഷ്യ കുലത്തിനു വിനയാകും എന്ന്  ചിന്താ ശേഷി നഷ്ടമായിട്ടില്ലാത്തവര്‍ക്ക് സ്വല്പം ആലോചിച്ചാല്‍ പിടികിട്ടാത്ത കാര്യമല്ല.

ഭോഷികളുടെ പ്രവര്‍ത്തികളും അഭിപ്രായങ്ങളും അവര്‍ പ്രതികരിക്കാത്ത സമൂഹത്തിനു മേല്‍ അടിച്ചേല്‍പ്പിച്ചു കൊണ്ടിരിക്കയാണിപ്പോള്‍. ഇന്ന് നടക്കുന്ന പലതും അതാണ്‌ സൂചിപ്പിക്കുന്നത്.

പലതും നിസാരമെന്നു തോന്നാവുന്ന കാര്യങ്ങള്‍. എന്നാല്‍ ഭവിഷ്യത്തുകള്‍ നിസാരമല്ല താനും.

കേരളത്തില്‍ ഇന്ന് വര്‍ധിച്ചു വരുന്ന തെരുവു നായ ശല്യം തന്നെ എടുക്കുക. കേരളത്തില്‍ മാത്രമല്ല ഇന്ത്യ ഒട്ടാകെ തെരുവു നായകളെ കൊണ്ട് നിറഞ്ഞിരിക്കുന്നു. ഈ നായകരില്ലാത്ത നായകള്‍ അപ്രതീക്ഷ സമയത്ത് നിസഹായ മനുഷ്യരുടെയും മറ്റു വളര്‍ത്തു മൃഗങ്ങളുടെയും മേല്‍ ആക്രമണം നടത്തുന്നു. പിടി പെട്ടാല്‍ ദാരുണ മരണം ഉറപ്പായ പേപ്പട്ടി വിഷ ബാധ പെരുകുന്നു. പേപ്പട്ടി വിഷ പ്രതിരോധ മരുന്ന് കമ്പനികള്‍ മരുന്നിന്റെ വില വര്‍ധിപ്പിച്ചു കോടികള്‍ ലാഭം ഉണ്ടാക്കുന്നു. അവരില്‍ നിന്നും കോഴ കിട്ടാന്‍ വഴിയുള്ള ചിലര്‍ക്ക് തെരുവു നായ സ്നേഹം പണ്ടത്തെക്കാള്‍ പല മടങ്ങ്‌ വര്‍ദ്ധിക്കുന്നു.

ഈ അവസ്ഥ വന്നാലത്തെ സ്ഥിതി ഒന്നാലോചിക്കൂ! 
[ചിത്രം അഴിമുഖം ഡോട്ട് കോം ലേഖനത്തില്‍ നിന്ന്. 
ലേഖനം വായിക്കാന്‍ ചിത്രത്തില്‍ ക്ലിക്ക്‌ ചെയ്യുക!]

അപ്പോള്‍ തെരുവു നായകളുടെ കടി പിടിയെക്കാള്‍ വലിയ ഒരു കടി പിടി മനുഷ്യരുടെ ഇടയിലും സംജാതമാകുന്ന കാഴ്ച കണ്ടു സാധാരണ ജനങ്ങള്‍ അന്തം വിടുന്നു. തെരുവു നായകളെ നശിപ്പിക്കാന്‍ ഒരു പഞ്ചായത്ത് അധികൃതര്‍ ശ്രമിക്കുന്നു. അപ്പോള്‍ അതാ  കേരള പോലീസ് പാഞ്ഞെത്തുന്നു- പഞ്ചായത്ത് അധികൃതര്‍ക്ക്‌ സംരക്ഷണം കൊടുക്കാനല്ല, പിന്നെയോ, പഞ്ചായത്ത് മേധാവിയെ പിടിച്ചു ജയിലില്‍ ഇടാന്‍- ഇന്ത്യയിലെ മൃഗ സംരക്ഷണ നിയമ ലംഘനത്തിന്റെ പേരും പറഞ്ഞ്!

തെരുവു നായ ശല്യത്തില്‍ രോഷം പരസ്യമായി പ്രകടിപ്പിക്കുന്ന  ഒരു മലയാളി വ്യവസായി-
ശ്രീ കൊച്ചൌസേഫ് ചിട്ടിലപ്പിള്ളി! [വാര്‍ത്തയ്ക്ക് പടം ക്ലിക്ക്‌ ചെയ്യുക!] 

കോടതികളും  തേരാ പാരാ വിധി ന്യായങ്ങള്‍ എഴുതി വിടുന്നു. ഒന്ന് ഒന്നിനെതിരെ എന്ന് മാത്രം. കോടതി വിധികള്‍ എടുത്തു കാട്ടി മന്ത്രിമാര്‍ കൈ മലര്‍ത്തി നില്‍ക്കുന്ന കാഴ്ച കണ്ടു ജനം സ്വന്തം വിധിയെ ഓര്‍ത്തു തലയില്‍ കൈ വച്ച് കരയാനും ചിരിക്കാനും പറ്റാത്ത അവസ്ഥയില്‍ എത്തി നില്‍ക്കുന്നു. 

ചിന്താശേഷിയുള്ള മലയാള സിനിമാ നായകന്‍ 
മോഹന്‍ലാലിന്റെ പ്രതികരണം 'കടിക്കുന്ന പട്ടിയെ പോറ്റുന്നവര്‍' ആദ്യ പേജ് മുകളില്‍!
പൂര്‍ണ്ണ രൂപം വായിക്കാന്‍  അതില്‍ ക്ലിക്ക്‌ ചെയ്യുക!

ആര്‍ഷ സംസ്കാരമേ! കേരള ജനമേ! എന്ത് പറ്റി? പട്ടികള്‍ കടിച്ചാലും വേദന അറിയാത്ത നിലയിലേക്ക് ശരീരത്തിലും മനസിലും കുഷ്ഠരോഗം പിടിപെട്ടോ? 

ഇതൊക്കെ ഈ നിലയില്‍ എത്തിച്ച ചില മനുഷ്യ കുല ദ്രോഹികള്‍ അവിടവിടെയായി ഇപ്പോള്‍ ചിരിച്ചു രസിക്കുന്നുണ്ട് എന്നോര്‍ക്കണം. അവരെ കാര്യം അറിയാതെ പിന്താങ്ങി ഗോഗ്വാ വിളിക്കുന്ന പല ഭോഷികളും അങ്ങും ഇങ്ങും ഉണ്ടെന്നും ഓര്‍ക്കണം.

ഈ അവസ്ഥയ്ക്ക് എന്താണൊരു പരിഹാരം? ഭോഷരും അഭോഷരും ഒക്കെ ചേര്‍ന്ന് നിയമ വ്യവസ്ഥയെ കെട്ടഴിക്കാന്‍ പറ്റാത്ത ഒരു ഊരാ കുടുക്കാക്കി വച്ചിരിക്കുന്ന ദേശത്തു നേരെ വാ നേരെ പോ എന്നാ രീതിയില്‍ ഇതില്‍ നിന്നും പരിഹാരം പ്രതീക്ഷിക്കുന്നതു മറ്റൊരു മണ്ടത്തരം ആകാനാണ് സാധ്യത കൂടുതല്‍. 

എന്നാല്‍ കേരളത്തിലെ ജനങ്ങള്‍ ബുദ്ധിപരമായി ഇങ്ങനുള്ള പ്രശ്നങ്ങളെ നേരിടണം. ഭോഷികളുടെ ഗോഗ്വ വിളി കേട്ട് നിന്നാല്‍ അങ്ങനെ നില്‍ക്കയെ ഉള്ളൂ. അവരുടെ അഭിപ്രായങ്ങളും മാനിച്ചു നിന്നാല്‍ ഒന്നിനും ഒരു പരിഹാരം കാണാന്‍ കഴിയില്ല. ഉച്ചത്തില്‍ കൂവി വിളിക്കുന്നത്‌ എപ്പോഴും വിവരദോഷികള്‍ ആണെന്നും മറക്കാതിരുന്നാല്‍ എല്ലാവര്ക്കും ഗുണമാകും! വലിയ വായില്‍ കൂവി വിളിക്കുന്ന അല്പസംഖ്യരുടെ കൂടെ പോയാല്‍ അന്തിമ പരാജയം എന്ന് ഓര്‍ക്കുന്നതും ചിലര്‍ക്കൊക്കെ ഗുണമാകും!

എന്നാലും ഈ നിലയില്‍ കാര്യങ്ങളെ എത്തിച്ച ഭരണ കൌശലത്തിനു കൈയടി കൊടുക്കണോ  എന്ന ആലോചനയില്‍ എന്റെ ബുദ്ധി കെട്ടുപോയിരിക്കുന്നു!

[This is a Malayalam language blog article about the stray dog menace of India, especially Kerala that has become a serious problem for the people due to the administrative complications arising out of many contradictory and conflicting laws coupled with too many vested interests! What should be the limit for our stray dog love?]