Divya Spandana:Protest against corruptions creates trouble for common man

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Divya Spandana on Anna Hazare

Actress Divya Spandana has opined that while it’s a very healthy trend to organize rallies and protest marches against corruption in public life, it’s also equally important to ensure that such public protests don’t end up in upsetting the routine life of ordinary mortals.

“Utmost care should be taken in ensuring that the main roads aren’t blocked thereby not giving way for essential services such as ambulance,” Divya thunders.

“I was proceeding to Bangalore Airport the other day. The traffic had almost come to a standstill at the Hebbal Fly-over, one of the busiest points in the city. I was wondering what happened when I saw 9 persons proceeding in bikes at a slow pace with national flags tied to their vehicles.

“I was told that they were protesting corruption in public life and were expressing their solidarity with Anna Hazare, who is fasting in New Delhi. Many persons, who had to rush to airport to catch their flights and a few ambulances, were left stranded. None of the protesters seemed to care about the traffic snarl they were creating.

“Democracy is for everyone. The same Constitution, which gives right to some persons to organize protest demonstration, assures safe healthcare to the members of the public. The government shouldn’t accord permission to rallies and protest marches which disturb the members of the public. I’m not against any democratic protest; I was only expressing my views about the difficulties the common man is put to,” concludes Divya Spandana.

10 COMMENTS

  1. common man are not respected always.. it’s true.. but in this instance which she mentioned, there might be someone fighting for his life in the ambulance.. why cant the rallies and protests be organised in a manner that it doesnt hinder the daily routine of the public and cost some1’s live..

    again ppl might say, it’s alright if 1 person dies for the future of the country.. but again, if the 1 person if from our family how would we feel? always easier said then done.. and how many “1 person” would it affect? watever said and done, the govt does not seem to bother abt all these rallies.. they are just busy looting money..

  2. For once she has said the right thing.True.The government that permits such rallies,protests to take place should also bear in mind the safety and needs of the common people.Daily activities should not be disrupted.What if someone who is dying needs to be ushered to a hospital and is caught in the traffic?Can they compensate a life?

  3. I think that makes some sense even though it sounds like corruption is a problem that needs no high priority at the moment. Eventually the protestors need common man’s support so until the common man decides to join hands for the final push they should take care not to disturb him too much. Keep him aware but not disturb him too much. Divya is right; her opinion reflects the usual careful approach of girls.

  4. Illa I am very much average very common with very common desires but the common man is far from convincing enne…

  5. It’s allright that they dont want corruption, but as you know; not everybody can do something with it.
    Our wellknown Mass-Hero, Nagarjuna, is a bit corrupt. He said this himself in an interview some yrs ago;

     He was asked to tell some good qualities about himself, and he said that it was impossible because he didn’t have such. Then he said “I’m corrupt. Some kind of corrupt is taking part of my life. I don’t like it, but it’s not that easy to do something with it.”

    And that might be true as well. So demonstration is ok, but not reach to the ‘over-level’. Everything has a limit, and so does demonstration. Our own Mass-Hero is corrupt, but still many are his fans. Why? – He is maybe corrupt, but otherwise he is a good human-being with a super personality. And that’s common for everyone who is corrupt; they might have good sides also. 

  6. It’s allright that they dont want corruption, but as you know; not everybody can do something with it.  Our wellknown Mass-Hero, Nagarjuna, is a bit corrupt. He said this himself in an interview some yrs ago;    He was asked to tell some good qualities about himself, and he said that it was impossible because he didn’t have such. Then he said “I’m corrupt. Some kind of corrupt is taking part of my life. I don’t like it, but it’s not that easy to do something with it.”   And that might be true as well. So demonstration is ok, but not reach to the ‘over-level’. Everything has a limit, and so does demonstration. Our own Mass-Hero is corrupt, but still many are his fans. Why? – He is maybe corrupt, but otherwise he is a good human-being with a super personality. And that’s common for everyone who is corrupt; they might have good sides also. 

  7. It’s allright that they dont want corruption, but as you know; not everybody can do something with it.  Our wellknown Mass-Hero, Nagarjuna, is a bit corrupt. He said this himself in an interview some yrs ago;    He was asked to tell some good qualities about himself, and he said that it was impossible because he didn’t have such. Then he said “I’m corrupt. Some kind of corruption is taking part of my life. I don’t like it, but it’s not that easy to do something with it.”   And that might be true as well. So demonstration is ok, but not reach to the ‘over-level’. Everything has a limit, and so does demonstration. Our own Mass-Hero is corrupt, but still many are his fans. Why? – He is maybe corrupt, but otherwise he is a good human-being with a super personality. And that’s common for everyone who is corrupt; they might have good sides also. 

  8. Divya is a member of youth congress and thus she is worried that Congress will disappear due to protests against corruption.

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