India world's largest democratic nation with over 600 million voters. February 13th 2014 will be reckoned as the black day for such a democratic nation as violence erupted in the Parliament where laws are made and more pathetically law makers are the sole reason behind the violent incidents.
Creation of separate state of Telangana has been in pending over the last 60 years and after hell lot of consultations, Congress party has decided to grant the Telangana state. But leaders of Andhra Pradesh who represent the Seemandhra region are against the Congress's decision and have been agitating over this issue. Step by step Congress has crossed all stages and finally the Telangana bill reached the Parliament. Today Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde introduced the Telangana bill in Lok Sabha at 12 Noon and as soon as the bill was table Telangana and Seemandhra leaders fought with one another.
Vijayawada MP Lagadapati Rajagopal sprayed Pepper spray while TDP MP M Venugopal Reddy brandished knife at other members are the horrible actions ever done by elected members of Parliament in the Indian democracy. Why was the need for a Parliamentarian to carry a Pepper Spray with him? What was his intention? Was the other MP really carrying a knife with him ? Is carrying knife by an MP justifiable? Well we don't know answers for these questions but the accused MP says he sprayed it in the view of protecting himself. We have seen in Parliament, MPs fighting with each other but none of them ever did something like this and it is merely a shame.
Aren't we just too cool to be governed by them? All these so called highly educated and elected by People leaders should think for a minute that all it takes for sorting out issue is DIALOGUE!