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The Politicians and the Doctor

Novel By: joy Milton
True confessions

Government, religion, army, police, universities, hospitals, everything is connected with politics. The things mentioned in this novel are taking place in the real world, I am trying to fictionalize it. Your EACH n EVERY word, through comments, feedbacks, etc. shall be affecting the story, since, I am going to apply them in this election. View table of contents...



Submitted:Sep 26, 2011    Reads: 86    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   

Politics seems to have affected my nervous system. It's a kind of one way traffic, only in grave one can hide. If we believe that knowledge in itself is sufficient for miracles, then Munna will certainly be victorious. The party from which he is contesting is eight years old but doesn't has the "Margin vote bank," which means that amount of vote, support, fame, etc., that can draw the attention of other voters to cast their vote for it. The ruling party president and his party president both represent the marginalized castes, the former skilled in 'emotional politics,' and the latter in 'intellectual politics.' The world history and with my personal experience, I have noticed that the emotions over rides the intellect, for example, when a most learned person falls in love, then it becomes difficult to concentrate on studies. An intellectual if emotionally charged can go to the extent of murder, rape, suicide, etc. The ruling party members are first of all not taking about our party through media and public meetings. They are defaming that our party candidates are sponsored and backed by the enemy parties of the ruling party. They are also trying to explain that the voters should not vote for the new party at all, because that candidate will not win and the votes will get wasted away. While Munna is canvassing with the help of his friends, who are having two wheelers, and on the other hand, the ruling party candidate is using many four wheelers and has got several gunners with him. Munna is afraid that once he starts becoming famous, he would be threatened. Sooner or later it will happen, Munna feels that our party should arrange him a four wheeler. At first, I also felt that it wasn't his 'want' but it was his 'need.' Now, I realize that if we somehow arrange a four wheeler, then he would ask for the petrol or demand for gunners. Since, he is from a poor family with hand to mouth earning; thus, several times my own intellectual seems to get failed. I often feel like giving him money for pamphlets, posters or wall-chalking. Thus, instead of helping him fight with others, I find myself struggling to hide my bank balance.


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