One thing has become obvious through this incident - the student community’s preoccupation with sex has been on the rise steadily. Both girls and boys are experiencing a new-found freedom, which they did not have when they pursued their studies from the safety and security of their homes. They are experimenting with physical relationships at a faster pace then ever before and that too, at an age when they were normally segregated and protected. The insecurity of girls has increased considerably and remedial measures need to be taken by parents. Otherwise they will be left with shattered children on their hands and the successful careers they envisaged for them will at best remain a dream.
These incidents also speak volumes about the manner, in which moral standards have been eroding in young Indians. One of the reasons for this is that the background of most of the students is shady. They are the products of a black market-driven economy. Sons and daughters of junior officials in the police and administration today have lakhs of rupees at their disposal, given that an official of the level of an inspector earns approximately Rs 2,00,000 a day in bribe. With this kind of money they want to buy education and careers for their children. But unfortunately they can’t buy them morality. It is said that children often pay for the karma of their parents. If people feel that the ghoose ka paisa they use will produce ideal offspring then they should read the Ramayana. It has a lesson for them.
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