The eight-phase assembly elections in West Bengal, although annoys CM Mamata Banerjee, it pleases the poor people of the state. They are definitely not dismissing it. Well, maybe a little. They are sure to be benefitted from the free meal assured by both the political parties, which need no mention at all. If one has confirmed providing an egg-rice plate at Rs 5 under its Maa project, another remains quick in giving free fish-rice plate to the impoverished.
At this odd time of LPG price rise and non-availability of dry twigs for cooking food, this pre-poll intent is like a great gift to cover and fight the deep intensity of unbearable hunger of the poor (मुख्यमंत्री ममता बनर्जी ने गरीबों के लिए मां परियोजना शुरू की है। इसके अंतर्गत लोगों को अंडा-चावल की थाली केवल पांच रुपये में मिलेगी। इसमें 200 ग्राम चावल के साथ सब्जी और दाल भी होगी। भाजपा ने तृणमूल के मां प्रोजेक्ट के जवाब में गरीब लोगों को मछली-चावल की थाली परोसने का फैसला किया है और वह भी मुफ्त में।).
It appears to be approximately difficult to assume the poor’s conversation without a refrain of interruptions like “Wow!” and “What!” The usual two are implying that they would be provided simple but complete food. But when the plate starts reaching before them, the only helpful answer will be what the politicians would like to guess amid the din of state assembly elections. The chat around the free and paid meal could surely be layered with some terrific or now-trickier terms.
In a world full of materialistic madness, anything beautiful remains an incredible basis of relief. And if it is arranging food for the poor, it is more than wonderful. It can be considerate. It can also be enthusiastic and saner. Providing food is a genuinely stunning service. It should be encouraged and vocalised from the elevated platforms where it is considered important and essential. Sometimes, a theme finds its direction into one’s cranium and turns out to be amply delightful and truthful. Politicians slumbering for months appear to have awakened at an election time to assert their objective at this moment both opportune and fortunate. How can it be avoided that the topic sometimes happens to be an ode for the coming polls too?