Politicians survive on division rather than unity. There is nothing new about it. Corruption is a systemic disease and it cannot be treated in one go with JanLokpal or the UPA Lokpal. The MPs with their vested interests will prefer to disrupt the proceedings every day rather than cleaning themselves and becoming honest and helpful to the people who elect them. The movement for Lokpal is sheer politics of convenience just as bureaucracy has been the breeder and promoter of corruption and disturbance in every part of the country. It is not as simple as it looks.
Let's not look for another JP's movement to make the common man further victimised in the name of Democracy and Lokpal.
Labels: agitation, Lokpal, MPs, Parliament