Rabia Khan: Have We Shaped India According To Bapu's Wishes?

    • Rabia Khan,
    • Standard: IX-C,
    • BLUE BELLS EAST OF KAILASH,
    • Delhi.

    • Publish Date: Aug 21 2016 9:30PM
    • |
    • Updated Date: Oct 2 2016 11:49AM
Rabia Khan: Have We Shaped India According To Bapu's Wishes?

‘Inquilab Zindabad’
‘Vande Mataram’
‘Jai Hind’ 
These are some of the slogans that were used by our freedom fighters during the struggle for independence.  Our freedom fighters were always ready to give their lives for an independent India. If people like Gandhi Ji, Bhagat Singh and Jawaharlal Nehru wouldn’t have been there, India would have never got its freedom.  But I often wonder — do we even respect our freedom fighters for their great sacrifices. Have we shaped India according to Bapu's wishes? 
If I take into account the poverty, crime and corruption, then the answer would be a big NO. Just celebrating Gandhi Jayanti, Ambedkar Jayanti and Children’s Day is not enough!  We should cling to non-violence, truth and equality — a path shown to us by the freedom fighters.  That’s the best way which we can pay respect to the people who gave us the freedom to think, speak, wear and do anything freely.

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Darshil Shah ST. XAVIERS - LOYOLLA -2 LOYOLLA 2

No, we are definitely not following Gandhiji''s rules. The corruption is rising day by day and there are riots and strikes and what not occurring in this world. Gandhiji believed in unity among all people but every country is fighting with other countries. Terrorism has left it''s mark and people are now living in threat.

Khushi Sharma BHARTI PUBLIC SCHOOL (SWASTHYA VHR)

Yes, celebrating their b''days is not enough. If we really want to pay them tribute then we should shape our country in the way which they dreamt of.

Himanshi Dhawan Saffron Public School

I think just to recognize the birthday of such great men, their birth anniversaries are given names and are accepted as a national holidays. But don''t we think that we still lack the values that the indelible impact of these great men had left? We need to accept the fact that we haven''t got freedom so easily. Our ancestors had to fight for it. We as well as the posterity needs to realise this fact.

Pallavi singh PRESENTATION CONVENT(RED FORT)

Yes, we have failed to shape India according to gandhi''s wishes. The problems prevailing in our country like corruption, violence on religious basis, people''s government etc are contrary to what Gandhi''s idols were on the legitimate constitution and country.

NAVYA MALHOTRA SWARAJ INDIA PUBLIC SCHOOL

times have changed .....we need to keep abreast with the times , his ideologies should be rationally implemented

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