A revolutionary, is a man who flings his whole life into attempt , at the cost of his own, to protest and stand up against the wrongs of his fellowmen, is a saint compared to the active and passive upholders of cruelty and injustice.
A revolution of thoughts, of actions and one that forges every Indian into one formidable entity is what is required NOW to save and preserve the nation and the people who make up this nation.
Do not ask for your rights, take them. And don’t let any one give them to you.
A right that is handed to you for nothing has something wrong with it. It is more than likely that it has been turned inside out.
Democracy in India exists only in theory as a system of political and legal equality, but in reality and practical operation this is false, for there can be no equality, not even in politics and before the law, as long as there is glaring inequality in economic power.
As long as the politicians and businessmen have their say in the worker's rights and livelihood; as long as the social institutions, media, educational institutions and government organizations are all but organs for the moulding and expression of those in power; as long as they monopolize all trained public functionaries and disposes of unlimited funds to influence the elections; as long as the laws are made by ruling class and the courts are presided over by members of that class; as long as lawyers are private practitioners who sell their skill to the highest bidder and litigation persists to be a technical and costly affair; till that time ends, the nominal equality before the law will only be sheer mockery of the common man.
The present social order is a ridiculous mechanism ,in which portions of the society are in conflict and acting against the rest of the society. Each class in the society desires, from interest, the misfortune of the other class, placing in every way individual interest in opposition to public good. In a capitalist regime the whole machinery of democracy operates to keep the ruling class minority in power through the suffering of the working class majority.
It is one of the most common illusions of each generation that the government institutions and machinery in which they live in are, in some peculiar sense are "natural, unchangeable and permanent" ("Nothing will change… Whoever comes things wont get better").
Yet for thousands of years, social institutions have been successively arising , developing, decaying and becoming gradually superseded by others better adopted to contemporary needs.
It is the social need and society that defines the government. Not the other way around.
.... The question ,then , is not whether our present situation will be transformed ,but how it will be transformed?