When the air is thick with a burning topic, it is very difficult for the people to come to any conclusions. Politicians react in a way that is detrimental to the rival parties, though they themselves know that the stand taken by the rivals are not much different from theirâ€™s.
The intellectuals have no motives as such, but their heated arguments also result in confusions.
The common man, invariably, takes for granted the views expressed by his favourite leader. But most of us know that all these burring issues will pale into insignificance before long and a new topic will capture the headline.
Weighed down by the latest imbroglio, I was looking for something interesting and proceeded to that tea shop where some interesting chaps gather for a tea break between 10. 30 to 11.00 am. But, here too these chaps were chatting about the same subject. â€œNo, man; he has the support of several partiesâ€, one of them was saying. â€œok , let him build up an organization with branches all over Indiaâ€ one of them replied.
â€œHa, Ha â€“ Ha, Then before long one more Hazare will have to restart the whole thingâ€, interrupted the third chap.
â€œSimple chaps with big ideasâ€, I told myself while taking leave of them.