There could be no two opinions about the need for the political leadership and the bureaucracy in a functioning democracy like India, to work in sync for the optimum implementation of the government's programs.
Social drinking became an acceptable norm of life for an entire generation of Indians as soon as the first flush of the fulfilment of a lofty ambition and national pride, which had come to the fore with the nation's independence, started subsiding.
The idea of India has been distorted, it is persistently being denigrated with attempts to glorify the perpetrators, and this has brought us on the brink of severe national crisis. It was not just a lone occurrence in the JNU, a prestigious Indian university, it is rather happening everywhere, in all parts of the country, rural or urban, advanced or under-developed, and the same is being repeated despite itscruel impact on the socio-political landscape of the nation.
Naming the JNU scholar, charged with sedition and now set free on bail, may bring me more viewers, more supporters, more criticizers and even some political mileage. But I will refrain from creating on more Neta in the country which is already so messed up these days.