Festival Of Burns

Its time for Sankranthi/Pongal celebrations in many parts of India.
As per the believers and as per the sayings, Sankranthi stands for good and brighter future.

Makar Sankranti is the day when the glorious Sun-God begins its ascendancy and entry into the Northern Hemisphere and thus it signifies an event wherein the Sun-God seems to remind their children that 'Tamaso Ma Jyotir Gamaya'- may you go higher & higher, to more & more Light and never to Darkness.

Thus Sankranthi has a great importance not just as a festival, but as the one that blesses us all with much more happiness and prosperity. But this time in India, the Congress led UPA-2 has taken steps which is forcing the AAM AADMI (the common man) of India to take burns and not the prosperity. 
The common man's aspirations to have a bright year ahead are cut by the Government.

There have been steep increase in the prices of FMCG, daily commodities and Petrol increasing over 5 times in the last one year.

Recently, there has been an increase in the Bus fares, Railways.
There are already decisions taken by the UPA-2 on the price increase in other items as well -

Diesel by Rs.5.
Remove subsidy on Diesel. [Petrol is already sold at international market prices].
Electricity charges are about increase by 20% from April-2013.
Increase in Home registration charges.

While the Govt., bodies have already started peraring for this hike and have reportedly taken all necessary steps to make sure the price hike gets rolledout without any issues with the public. 
But what the Govt has not bothered to take care is 
the proper supply of electricity to the country
No promise to keep the companies running their business without power cuts.

 Over the last 2 years, Hyderabad rocker has brought articles on these issues and have sensitized the readers and helped them in making proper deicsions relating to their family budgeting. However, the UPA-2 seems to be running the business with out proper planning and budgeting!






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