Descriptive Writing – Essay For IBPS PO Set 21
As you all know that IBPS PO exam is near.One of the most important parts of this Exam is Descriptive Writing that test Your writing skills, here we are providing you ESSAY/LETTER WRITING Which are asked in the IBPS PO Exam.
Do political parties have a role to play in communal riots? If yes then explain how can this be controlled?
India is a nation consisting of a large number of state and union territories. People belong to different castes and creeds. They speak different languages and have different modes of worship. In spite of this apparent diversity, there is a definite streak of unity running through the entire country. Some anti-social elements and vested interests are, however, always on the look out for an opportunity to undermine this unity. They do not hesitate from inciting different sections of the people on various pretexts. Communal differences come very handy to such people.
Such outbursts of violence have been on the increase in the county in the recent past. Clashes between different communities, economic groups and political parties are quite frequent. They not only result in a great loss to national life and properly but also create a bad blood amongst different section of the people. All this poses a great danger to the unity and freedom of the country.
At some point political parties play a major role in instigating these riots. They tend to make a small topic big which results in vast destruction. Small incidents sometimes lead to big riots which result in a large scale violence, loot and arson. They have always resulted in a lot of bloodshed and destruction . Man becomes a wolf to man and is out to kill and destroy. The various state and central governments have been doing their best to put such riots down with an iron hand but they continue to raise their ugly head at various times at various places.
So the question is if there is some ruling party, should it be totally blamed? The violence is an outcome of divisive propaganda, communal instigation, role of police and the attitude of the ruling party. They all have separate blames to take. One cannot put the blame as an entirety but to some extent they do it for getting political benefits. Just to secure votes and increase their vote bank , they leave no stone unturned in diving society.
The people in India must come to realize that India is their own country and they have a moral responsibility to build her up into a great land. It is a land blessed by the gods and the goddesses. We have no reason to be disappointed or disheartened. Pessimism would not help. People should think and then act and not just follow what the political ‘Gurus’ think.