Cheque for Rona Parsley (Before the above titles vanished from the backpages of this paper).
Why is it that when we compare our situation to the countries to our west, when we talk of the level of experience and happiness of our people, the picture changes to that of despair and helplessness?
Why did health, education and work place authority take a back seat to maintaining the markets in the colonies in the name of “developing economies”? Why did we not try to have a child vaccination policy and give back control of the educational and work places to the people through a variety of strategic schemes?
The regional countries in the South stood up and took the reins of the destinies of their countries after independence, but here we are again without a meaningful role, even as of 1965.
What good and precious resources are they wasting for corruption and luxurious lifestyles?
Is it because we are poor and “indispensable” at the moment, and must respect any rulers, even those and as far as they go to luxuriate in luxury? How can we, the “Innocent Indians”, claim to be equal to the British.
Is it because we already have plantations and merchanty trading houses in their collection in the name of hospitality and trading? Is it because the present ruling groups always engage in clashes and manipulations and work for the political and economic influence that we do not have?
If we are the Indian states, must our children be slaves in the name of peace and democracy? How dare we make selfless and noble sacrifices for our noble cause? Please give me this world and let our children and people live in security, prosperity and esteem!
Please we request you to publicly reprint this letter and printed in newspapers and magazines, maybe “appreciative” or “favourable” responses will be given.
I am writing to encourage you to follow our tradition of fairness in the “sub chain”. In the tribal culture, the haves and the have nots, belong together in life as either sources of fuel to live on or impediments in your way. The best is that they live in harmony together. Everybody wants a good living, and everybody deserves the right to feel well all year round. Being carried away by expansionist elitism, tribal barriers give ground to racial segregation. This is not only harmful for Indians, but for the larger community as well. Tribal customs are weak reminders of the area’s history and values. But history is the very foundation of all my ideology. It is encouraging to see Indians striving to preserve its ancient culture and also to move forward to stay on the leading edge of the international community. Any indigenous people worldwide, who strives to preserve their heritage with pride must be my nearest and dearest admirers. Those who love their place of origin, like Indian women from Gujarat, Hyderabad and Karnataka, remember that they belong to a rich and vibrant culture of a glorious past that they still cherish. .