Pull hands out of the stolen gloves, the next day, India will be the super power.

The golden birds of India want to come out of the cages that are not in the slavery of corruption. Baba Ramdeo and Anna Hazare are the birds responsible for leading and heading the flux of people for the Clean India Movement. They are people of great souls. They have ignited the millions minds of right thinking people and now the people of India  have woken up from a long slumber to the realization of a National Task: Free India from the clutches of corrupt baboos, stray and silky politicians, sharp bureaucrats, selfish industrialists, and enterprisers.

Pure gold is never scared of fire. Phony comments on Anna Ji by politicians will fetch nothing. Those commentators should ask their guilty conscience that needs no excuse. Sooner than later, they must run away out of the boat they have been sailing for years for their selfish purposes. Free India, Powerful India is still aching to the perception of a handful but powerful syndicates whose hidden policy has always been against the welfare of the people. Deconstruction approach in the name of modernizing society and poverty elevation is a hollow slogan. The concept of Blow Poverty Line/BPL is a means to gain capital. If at all, honesty goes with capital then it proves that the golden birds stand for the icons of India in the context of good governance of the people, for the people and by the people.

Corruption is a worst kind of terrorism. In fact, terrorism blooms in the lap of corruption. Wars begin and end resulting in loss of lives. It can be tremendous, but corruption is a living death that seizes the morals of healthy societies; it is highly contagious and a serious threat to the edifice of strong nation. It must go.

Jan Lokpal Bill is now a national mission. Nothing is above the law and the nation. Whosoever is found corrupt must be punished because the glory of truth prevails. Truthful governance is always good and healthy for the civilians of a civilized and strong nation.

Madani Mohiuddin Ahmad, King Saud University, Riyadh, KSA. email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Phone: 00966-542514538 (KSA), 0091- 9873503721 (New Delhi, India).