These days every political party is being run in the form of business and it is the naked truth that every person in the country is aware of. In a democratic country like India, this sad state is definitely expected by our writers of the constitution and no leader is an exemption to it as this business in politics has become a customary practice over decades.
The people and their weaknesses are the main reason for this ugly state of the country. Most people don’t know the value of their vote as they used to sell it for a currency note. From a ward member to a legislative leader, every person should spend crores of rupees to win in the election, and later, they want to recollect all their money through corruption activities and where is the room for service here.
No political leader would spend millions if his only target to get into politics is public service. Of course, no leader has been honest with the people. The defections have become quite common and the ruling party lures the leaders to show their dominance in the state without any shame.
This kind of politics are quite similar to the corporate style of employment where one employee chooses a better company for better pay. To be frank, corporate employees are far better than our political leaders in many aspects. As many people opine, corporates are the people ruling the country as every political party in the country depends on their election fund. What happens next?
They give Corporates the government lands for free and provide them all the facilities with concession. If they can’t repay the loans to banks, the government waives off all the money from the treasury that belongs to the public. On the other side, our political parties in Telugu states started to trade votes for freebies. Chandranna’s ‘Pasupu Kumkuma’, KCR’s ‘Raithu Bandhu’, ‘Brathukamma Cheeralu’ are the perfect examples for this.
YS Jagan took a step forward and distributed money according to the communities which is a grave step in AP politics. The election commissions along with the people are equally responsible for all this destruction has been happening all these years and when can we expect a full stop for it? Who is it gonna change the complexion of the game by giving the utmost priority to the service but not to the business in politics?