If you live in a nation that on one hand is the home of the richest of rich and on the other hand the poorest of poor you will meet all types of monsters at least you will come to read about them or know about them.
You will come to know about Brick Kiln owners of Andhra Pradesh who hire starving agricultural workers Odisha and turn them into semi slaves, paying pennies for their day long toil in the kilns, sucking in the entire families, not even sparing the kids.
What do the police do? Look the other way with heavier pocket? It’s a big farce to think that the workers will be able to protect their own rights unless the law and its enforcement is right, unless they get a substantial help from people in authority.
If media can know this then it’s impossible for police to not know, if they don’t, they should resign! It’s really a desperate need of this country to set police free from the clutches of local political parties or any political party and re-organize their ways so that they are held responsible for rampant corrupted activities in their areas.
As for these monster running slaughter houses, if one is caught doing it on a regular basis his/her license should be revoked at the least! His property may be sold off and the money distributed to those he has robbed.
It’s a shame how this practice is rampant in India, while rich rob the last handful of rice from the platesof a starving man the people who can stop that count their currency.
AUTHOR’S HUMBLE WORDS: Well pedagogy in rude translates to preaching, and that will be the topic of these blogs mostly. Hope you won’t hate them!