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IGNORANCE: Where are we on this issue!

If, we start talking about ignorance then, India becomes of the countries that have made it’s placed in ignorant countries list yes, you heard right, we do not give attention; try to see; know the truth and the grievances so, shall we now?

As India has been marked unsafe for women and suicide rates are at peak, farmers protesting for their rights, rapes happening even, when it was pandemic, animal abuse, theft, killings of officers to the dirty politics INDIA has it all and it is truth.

We can change and we can improve but, there doesn’t seem to be an awakening in Indians. Why? When, will all this stop and we get justice? Every one of us who feels this way feels for a reason because we feel the injustice and unsafety and our rights being taken away from us even when Indian has a constitution that gives us the rights. UNTIL WHEN?

There is a high risk of people catching omicron as, estimated by the doctors themselves as it is spreading daily and now even, children are at risk. There are natural calamities, malnourishment, mental health disturbances and etc.

We the citizens are not observing what is happening, change starts with oneself when are we going to understand? If you want respect you have to correct certain things are we really ready to do it? Or will this ignorance will continue?

Youngsters of our country who keep on blabbering and shouting why are they silent when it is needed the most? It is like losing your trophy, yes, the one community which spoke is silent, and in those to there are filthy mindsets how do we change?

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MINDSET

One of the key components when we talk about growth. It is time to shed off some skin and the shawl we wear every day to save ourselves and live in disguise in order to survive and keep on dying inside to speak and give your suggestions. We need platforms, freedom to do all this.

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Yoshita Maurya
Student of psychology. Interested in esoteric things and art all over the world considers herself a humanitarian.

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