Tamilnadu Losing Rationalism
Date: 7/11/2012 12:47:00 PM
Muslim Murasu, June 2012
It is copyrighted property of Tamilans to waste time talking useless issues. Change in library complex swallowed two months. Debate about assembly building wasted two months. American resolution condemning Sri Lanka killed two months. Mullai Periyar dam gave relief for two months. Koodankulam reactor came handy for two months. By-elections in Tamilnadu took away two months in arguments and counter arguments. Local and Municipal elections entertained us for two months. Unemployment is the pressing problem in Tamilnadu. Foreign investments of thousands of crores of rupees is generating only few hundred jobs. Extra parties, opposition parties, casteist parties, ruling parties, national parties, Hindutva parties, every party should pay more attention in the well-being of Tamil society. Rationalism is not helping when drunkards are more in number. Youth are engrossed in cinema culture and stage dances.
More than ten lakh North Indian youth have descended on Tamilnadu as construction labors along with their families. Tamilans are not physically competitive. Tamil owners employ youngsters from Andhra and North India. Caste based census is another dimension of diversionary tactics. Politicians wrongfully cultivate hatred towards Karnataka, Andhra and Kerala in the hearts of Tamil people. This is detrimental to national unity. Protests and condemnations against senior national heads like Prime Minister, Finance Minister and Home Minister are farcical. Employment generation has not kept pace with surge in engineering colleges. The sycophantic theory that one person can solve all problems is ravaging rationalism in Tamilnadu. Tamil leaders should fully cooperate with tri-lingual policy. Tamilans should be given the opportunity to learn national language, international language and mother tongue. Tamilans need this. This will help them to find livelihood in any part of the globe. Three languages is imperative. This will bring light in the lives of Tamilans.