Can't we make our dreams come true?
shailza singla | 07 Mar 2011
What can be the future of the child who doesn't even know how to write his name? So, where do the faults lie, within the government or among policy executives or is it the fault of a child who dreams of a better future?
A BRIGHT Sunday morning and people are enjoying basking under the sun after a few days of rain and some essence of chill also. Children are playing around the
see-saw, enjoying the rides; and atmosphere seems to be very pleasant and calm.
Away from the unwanted honking of horns and excessive of air pollution the surroundings look bright. But, the day is not the same sunny bright day for everybody around though the same sun rises every morning yet it does not bring the same happiness for one and all.
There is a construction going on at a distance of nearly two kilometers away from the park. But the children present here are not playing rather they are helping their parents to carry the load at their backs. Their parents also want their children to go school and enlighten their world with education but their dreams remain dreams only throughout the life.
Their poverty will never let their children come out from the drains of darkness. So who are at fault here, the parents who let their child born or the children who came with all the equal rights and are still deprived of even the basic amenities? There are families who can avail all the basic as well as luxurious facilities and on the other hand there are families who can’t even afford a single healthy meal for themselves.
Government make all the policies equally for everybody in fact, many policies have special facilities for the backward section, then the question which arises here is that if this section is specially considered while framing policies then why aren’t they getting what their right is? What does a child feel when he sees another child of his age carrying a school bag on his shoulder and a brick and a handful of cement in his own? What can be the future of the child who doesn’t even know how to write his name?
So, where do the faults lie, within the government or among policy executives or is it the fault of a child who dreams of a better future? The questions are still longing for appropriate answers.