those who are paying 30% income tax are surely not eligible for this. but when their position changes, due to job loss or illness, or in their old age,the govt does nothing for those who have paid such huge taxes. there is no security for them financially. that is why no one bothers about these things volunatarily. why not the mPs and MLAs first give up their luxuries? why cant they live in small flats without A/c and other luxuries and lead a normal comfor life only and not a luxurius way of life?
31-ஜூலை-2014 13:31:13 IST
all the governments are always pro-rich only. take a simple example. in the platforms/roads, if homeless people sleep, the police drive away. but I am seeing in mysore, in all roads/residential areas, etc the cars and two wheelers are parked in the road. to aid this the govt only changes the public bus routes. whether it is bjp or cong or amma or ayya - all do this only. why do not they collect taxes from such people and use it for road improvements?
09-ஜூலை-2014 13:58:42 IST
the govt should try to increase tax on cars, sports cars , etc. owning such private vehicles should become more expensive. the additional income from this should go for subsidizing public transport. don't know why no govt is thinking of taxing more on the rich people. if car owning becomes expensive, then less cars will be there in the road. will result in less traffic jams, less pollution, less oil import bill, etc.
one simple example you see how any govt - Jaya or Karuana or whoever - center or state: if I sleep in the platform the police will evict me and fine me and beat me, etc. but cars are freely parked in many roads in all the cities in india. can they do that?
02-ஜூலை-2014 12:27:55 IST
Mr Maria - I thought u r well informed but you prove otherwise. Gadkari is a business man. Kejriwal is not so now how can he pay this much rent and claim to be AAm Aadmi? that is the point. everything about him is controversial. he says something and does the opposite. he is stil to account for all the foreign funds recd.
21-ஜூன்-2014 11:07:58 IST
very correct vivek Raj. there is no such religion as 'hinduism'. it is sanatana dharma which was there in this Bharatha Kand. it allowed all forms of worship. it is upto the individual to worship the way he wants. the vedas offered only a broad guideline. I feel if the britishers had not come to india. probably we all would be going to even mosques freely to worship there without an idol there as per that tradition. afterall are we not following such traditions when we remove shirts in certain temples? it would be like that.
20-ஜூன்-2014 11:39:37 IST