The tremendous growth of social media and the ever-increasing economic gap in society seem to have coalesced to divide us, upgrade hatred and give impetus to a different variety of growth. Enough economic inequality can transform democracy into a plutocracy, a society ruled by the rich.
Large inequalities of inherited wealth can be particularly damaging, creating, in effect, an economic caste system that inhibits social mobility and undercuts equality of opportunity. Can it be wholly dismissed instantly? It cannot be. This is more or less the critical scenario continuing almost everywhere. Our political leaders care a fig for such socio-political conditions.
— Mohammed Zubair (@zoo_bear) November 25, 2021
In the meantime, it has been observed a unique trend of spreading pictures of other advanced locations in the name of economic development. Unless there does no serious thinking on these detrimental characteristics, the unusual situation will continue, as experts guess.
These are nothing less than the distinct political atmospheric pressures and loose cyclonic eruptions of the present time. It will exist to be quite impossible to overturn such a surging course.
A unique transformation in our lives is noticeable. There remains so much hue and cry over petrol prices but no voice is raised on increase in internet charges. We cannot remain offline for 30 seconds let alone minutes, hours and days.
Recently a young man said that we cannot live without the use of the internet presently. One can shun food but not internet usage however expensive it may come to be. This is the clear perception among the youth. They are becoming internet dependent.
Although there are critics too who consider that the internet happens to be the biggest as well as the worst setting that entraps every user in order to prioritise its unlimited use. It is not good but attractively contains all else.
Even our politicians have been showing interest in distributing gadgets that make easier use of the internet. Our clever politicians seem to entangle the youth into the use of the internet for their reach at the seat of political power.
It is not odd but the political reaction has reportedly appeared to be wafting before the SP chief Akhilesh Yadav. He sees no straight escape from the sudden challenge appearing out of the political alliances. His largest seat sharing was supposedly on verge of completion with the RLD while his uncle Shivpal Yadav also eyes on merging with SP.
Was O P Rajbhar hinting at this dilemma by saying it would be better for him to contest on 10 seats? It is so far unclear how Akhilesh Yadav will work out this problematic situation? Given all these discussions, the AIMIM is still reiterating to contest on 100 seats in Uttar Pradesh.