With the central government announcing the demonetization of old 500 and 1000 rupees notes, demonetization has become a trending issue amongst leading newspaper, social media, and channels.The spicy coverage of the media have added fuel to the fire as the social networking sites are full of memes, so called jokes and trolls highlighting the various aspects of it. While the government and opposition are trying best to get the people’s affection so-called ‘NOTEBANDI’, the media have got one of their golden moments showing 20 hours coverage a day on the topic. The concern of covering all the 24 hours of the news is resolved and still getting high TRP’s is the icing on the cake. Thus, in the country of India, politics has become the third worst attention drawing subject, of course after Bollywood and Cricket. So the big question is where are we heading to?
Clearly, over 1.3 billion people around and that too with the diversity of no other country have seen before, governing India is indeed a daunting task and good governing is the hardest. The youths actively showing interest in politics not only helps to throw the corrupt ‘netas’ but can also act as a booster in the generation of a new vision that can lead the nation to great heights keeping aside the politics of religion, violence, corruption and hatred.
One of the very popular trends in politics has been criticizing what your rival political party does.Many of the politicians have been mocked upon this and are pretty evident from the elections at lower bends where such claiming parties failed to draw attentions.
Hence, the time has come for the youths to go beyond than mere posting on facebook and twitter and get into action if they truly want the dream of making India great again from the colonization of corruption.