I come from the land of Kamasutra ( #AMS )


I do not know if I am supposed to title this post as I have done already. Some may find it weird; some may say it is funny; some may say it is derogatory; some even may say it is amoral.

But for me it is just the cultural ofIndia. Why do we need to run away from our own culture? Kamasutra has been a part of Indian cultures for thousands of years and will remain so for next thousands of year. [Confession; I have not read this book; I’ve only heard about it]

Warning: This post is suitable for anybody in senses and NOT under influence of opium. On my part do not ask if I am under influence or over influence. All I can tell is that I just got over reading S.T. Coleridge.

Well, let me come back to point ‘I come from thelandofKamasutra’. Haven’t we guys taken this thing to far to handle?

I mean look at the things happening around you (No. No Stop peeping into you neighbors bedroom). Look around. Look into news channels, lawyer-chambers, internet, social media, parliament, legislative assembly. All you see these days at these places is sex; some more sex and yeah a little more of sex.

 

There was a recent trend acrossIndiawhat we called Porn Gate and now we have a new upcoming tread what I am calling is Porn Mate. We all by now have heard about Abhishek Manu Singhavi. The guy whose video-clip came out recently where he was seen making-out with another lawyer (that what they call her).

I have not watched the video though; but was able understand what may have happened after reading a lot in newspaper and on Twitter. I do not give a damn about what he was doing, with whom he was doing, where he was doing. It’s OK, we are a democratic country, and we have full-right to do anything within four walls of a room (a lawyer chamber in this case). But the problem starts when; things go beyond those four walls. No doubt it is invasion of privacy, even filming that thing was also against law and showing it to public- a bigger crime. But heck, here is the question:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Where were these rules at time of DPS MMS, Gujrat & Karnatka porn gate case, JNU MMS,University ofDelhi MMS? I cannot recall more but I am sure there are more than hundred of such MMS’s circulated across the country. Sawami Nityanand’s MMS is among the list too.

 

High Court has now given orders to all media channel to not to play that video over the television or on their websites. WHY?

Just because the person involved is a BIG-and-FAMOUS leader? The High Court did not come in front when the above mentioned MMS clips were played on television through day-and-night.

Nobody from government or media or court came in front and said that DPS MMS clip should not be played on. television. Weren’t the above rules present at that time? Is respect and dignity something only attached to a political leader?  Why a juvenile couple video was played on national television and not an adult-politician’s video?

They were after all children when they were held doing that and they had right to be freed from any prosecution and it was responsibility of government to stop transmission of that video on national television. But, government did nothing, though, when a leader was in same situation, he was given a free-pass. He also became the only leader to get that free-pass. The ministers involved in porn gate were not given the same free-pass; their videos were played almost for 24 hrs continuously.

The question is till when we will continue to ignore the problem of this country- OUR POLITICANS.

I am now envious of them. They never get into jails; even if they get; they are never proved to be guilty. They have all the money to live luxuries life. They ran cars over people and never land-up in jail. They are involved in making-out on camera and they are never found to be guilty.

And on my part (a common person), If I say Mamta Banerjee is not doing well inBengal; I am jailed. WHY-THE- (read the ‘F’ word)

Feel free to share your opinion in comment box.

P.S. These are my personal opinion and I do not wish to hurt anybody’s cultural or moral values.   

 

 

 

 

 

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My experience of rejecting all candidates [MCD ELECTIONS 2012]


Yesterday only, I published a post stating that I will be using form 17A- Rule 49-O while MCD Elections here in Delhi. Soul reason behind same was incapability of candidates.

In this post I am writing about my experience of using my right; right to reject. Also to mention, not only me but four other members of my family used the same right and rejected all the candidates.

After the verification of my identity, I was asked to sign in register 11 A and that’s what I was exactly looking for; here goes the discussion I had with my booth officer regarding right to reject.

(All conversation in Hindi)

Me: “Ma’am can you give me form 17A”

BO1: “Form 17 A? What is that? (Shocked looks)”

Me:  “The form where I can sign and reject all candidates”

BO1: “We don’t know anything like Form 17 A. How can we give you?”

Me: “That’s something you should know. I am not booth officer; you’re”

BO2: “That rule has not started yet. It will be implemented next year”

Me: “Ma’am that rule is existent since 1997. You should have form 17A or register 11 A”

BO1: “What are you studying?”

Me: “I am perusing my Graduation from DU”

BO1: “Why do you want to reject all?”

Me: “Because, no one from this ward is capable of my vote”

BO1: “then you should not even vote, I also don’t vote”

Me: “Why should I not vote? Government is spending cr. to make people vote.”

BO1: “Anyways you don’t like anyone, so don’t vote”

Me: “I will vote, but, to reject all”

BO3: “What is it all you’re talking about?”

Me: “Sir, as per rule 49-0, I have right to reject all the candidates and that what I am here to do”

BO3: “We’re not aware of any such thing.”

Me: “Sir, all I need is register 11A, so, that I can write my comments and also not vote on EVM”

BO3: To BO1 “Find what is a register 11A and let me him sign”

BO1: While she is looking for register “Why do you want to reject. It will not make a difference. You should get at least 5-10 people along with you.”

Me: “Don’t worry ma’am my other family members are on their way”

and as she was looking for register 11A in all her documents, I opened the first page of register, that was lying in front of her and showed her that this is the register what we call register 11A.

She give me a weird look and asked “how do I knew it”

I told her that I read newspaper and the reason why I did not tell you before was because I wanted to see if you knew what register 11A was; which for obvious reasons you did not know.

She was pissed off like anything. I then signed and made a comment “I choose to reject all” and moved out.

Later my other family members went to cast a null vote. As they came back and I asked them what happened all they said was “These people were looking at us strangely but we did reject all”

I am now happy that at least 5 people were able to reject all candidates. May be this will send a positive ray of hope among others and may be more people will use their right next time.

I want to make a humble request to EC to make their booth officer, enough, educated about rules and rights of voters.

P.S. While I was writing this post, I heard that only 32 % voting was done till 3PM; really pathetic, shame on youDelhi.

 

 

 

About Aditya Bhasin

 

Aditya Bhasin hails fromIndia,Delhi-an avid reader, who enjoys his cup of tea over it, a racist in purest form as he hates chocolate and coffee. He does not like traveling much, but, if he gets an opportunity to travel he chooses to do that by a train instead of a car or a plane. He is an introvert person who is trying to be an extrovert by all possible means.

 

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Only Reason I Blame My Family for


I come from an educated family and a politically sound family too. My father is a true congress patron, which makes it difficult for him to stand anything against this political party. And for but obvious reasons he cannot stand anything good about BJP. Since my childhood, one thing I have been listening and have been told ‘n’ number of times is- Support congress.

Even if in fun, I would say that “I will support BJP” My dad always say: “That will be your last day in this house”.

Well, my family’s too much support for Congress is what I blame them for. They have always been good with me and never gave me an opportunity to question them for anything. But at age of 22, I question my parents. Why did you made my political choice? Why did you not let me choose and decided which political party I should vote for.

Since, my childhood I’ve been listening all well about Congress. And it is stuck deep somewhere in my brains, which is thus difficult for me to simply trash. The first time I voted; I did it for congress. The sole reason behind same was because my dad always told me that BJP is bad, Congress is good.

I never had an opportunity to think for myself and analyse which political party I shall support- nor did anybody ask me. I remember, when I was in class 4th I had a fight with one of my class mate. Just because his father was a BJP supporter and mine- as you know Congress. I don’t remember how the discussion started but I remember well that it was regarding Congress is good, BJP is more good thing.

Today when I am enough educated and mature. I wish to make my own choice of political party. But I end up doing-none.  No matter how hard I try, I find it hell-difficult to support any other political party then Congress. This support is for choice of vote not support for their policies. I keep wishing that; my family should have provided me neutral political influence.

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