Andhra Pradesh’s CM Dr. Y. S. Rajasekar Reddy died in a chopper crash in his home state yesterday. The question is whether people of AP should mourn the death of their son of the soil or should feel happy that they got rid of one corrupt politician. People of AP are the one who can reply this question in best manner.
Perhaps, I’m very ruthless or insensitive towards the death of human being. But my ruthlessness or insensitivity might not have had come to the question if it was a death of common man. Thanks to serial blasts, floods, poor infrastructure, poor health services back in India, thousands of people die or live a worst life back in India. But does anyone cares? We have been made quite insensitive towards the life of human being. If chopper had crashed with common man, whether government had rushed 5000+ personnel for rescue operation? Just to save one man (who is CM) everyone is working overnight and round the clock, is it justified? This makes me feel that only the life of politician is worthy and not of a common man. Will government show the same kind of intensity and sensitivity towards the common man of country during the natural calamities or during any other problems?