Post Mortem

The what if poser

By Nagaland Post | Publish Date: 10/11/2018 11:23:01 AM IST

 In this modern world where there is overflow of info and data, ‘Proper What If analysis’ is the mantra and the buzz word. However is it that analysis of data or info is only required or can the what if analysis also be applied to the sociometric world and answers to the challenges prevalent in our times be sought. Let us begin with applying the what if analysis to arrive at a certain scenario and crystal gaze. What if the Naga society is united and everybody starts working in unison for the State. Naturally the Political solution will become a reality and voila! We will have the Naga accord which will be welcomed by one and all. What will happen then !! Will the people who have passively listened for decades and followed with indifference to the omissions and commissions of the powers to be, wake up and fight for their fundamental right of good quality of living, good infrastructure and basic medical amenities. Is it that automatically these things will fall into place or the situation will turn from bad to worse. Will the young generation which is suffering from the anathema of drugs and HIV uplift itself. 1.15 percent of the State population is suffering from HIV /AIDS and we rank third in the dubious Standings. Will the general attitude of lethargy and abstinence for hard work or indulgence in entrepreneurship be overcome by our youth. Will we start becoming dynamic and a force to reckon with in the North east dynamics and a force to reckon with in the North east region. Will our society start recognising our women as equal members in the right earnest. Will the Stigma of corruption be washed away from the society? Will it make the common man really free from the extra burden which he has to carry in all walks of life? These are few of the basic questions which we must pose to ourselves and answer. My take on the above posers is that nothing will change even if the ‘Inclusive Solution’ is inked and is a success. So what is more important; Shouldn’t we endeavour to wash and cleanse the Fabric of our society as fast as possible rather than just waiting for a solution which may satisfy our political rights, which are important, but may do little for what the common man yearns For!! What If poser points to the actions which each one of us should take; particularly the youth. Let us unite for attaining the above and as they say, the rest will follow. Unity forged for a fight against these scourges of our society shall lead us to the attainment of our rights, even political ones, and not the other way round.

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