Lately I watched a debate between Sambit Patra and Pawan Khera on YouTube. I was told by my friends that this a treasure. The vocal of my friends got me tempted to watch it instantly, even though I was at work and this was a 40 minutes debate.
In a sentence, I didn’t like 1 thing about the debate that would sum up my overall opinion of it. Both the BJP & Congress patties kept beating around the bush then it came to responding to a few acquisitions from either side. I wanted to display my sadness on the quality of the debate by quoting a few examples but then I thought it would be a wiser sense to be politically correct and not offend anyone. Maybe, you should watch it and formulate your own opinion. Once again, both the sides were energetic when it came to launching an offensive against the other side.
Their answers weren’t answers but a slide to deflect the question to another topic and we the citizens easily got misdirected to something new without even getting the answer of something that we once thought was a genuine question raised by the opponent. But then that’s what the common men is all about. Parties come and go, we keep doing the same thing without benefitting much for the reforms that any party in power brings in.
After watching the debate, a Christian friend summed it up by saying the world is going to change and there’s going to be 1 leader of this world and he is going to be a pandit from India. Also that the future isn’t too colourful for Christians. Now obviously the rest of us asked him to give us reasons why he thought so. Sadly he couldn’t answer other than saying that the Bible has predicted so. I didn’t offend him by asking him to show the quotes and simply ended the topic with a “hmmm”.
As I said earlier about the common man, I would like to add that most of us are proactive towards ideas! Also that like many of my friends and maybe fellow citizens, I don’t know who is the party where I should place my loyalty.