Let us ban the judiciary folks and let us have a free for all in this country. I (Natha Singh) and my friend Prem Singh can do what we feel like and when we feel like. I want to have a drink at 3am, I should be allowed to have it, I want to drink 300 ml, where is the problem, thereafter, I want to drive my car at 300 km per hour why should anyone have an issue. If the bar owner refuses to honour my demand why can’t I break his shop if not his bones, after that I may also refuse to pay him, how does it matter to anyone. Let me play music at 300 decibels. Let us lift the ban on everything for one week and see the results.

Let cinema halls show what they want to, let restaurants serve any meat or vegetable, let me roam around the way I want to, in which ever dress, in case I want to dress. Let me break traffic rules, let me smoke in public places, let me watch those dirty movies, let me defecate on the main road as it is I water trees of my choice. Let me marry today and divorce tomorrow. As the Punjabi keys go, “mainu key, tuhannu key, te sannu key (what goes of me, you and us, who cares)

Possession of fire arms is banned in India unless you have a licence. Why is this ban imposed? I may like to kill a bird, an animal or Prem Singh for that matter. If someone comes to arrest me I should be allowed to defend myself, isn’t it? I may turn violent when I feel like. I should be allowed to go on strike when I feel like, jam the roads, burn busses and public property at will and stop trains at my convenience. If the municipality goes on strike and leaves muck at your door step for you to live in the stench, then one cries foul. Let us stop being Hippocrates,

In India, why is kissing banned in public? It doesn’t pollute or kill but it is banned for cultural reasons. Beef is banned. Mannequins displaying lingerie is banned as it arouses carnal feelings. Porn of course I don’t have to reiterate is banned for obvious reasons. Alcohol advertisements are banned in India and so are the dancing girls in bars; homosexuality, I am not clear is it banned or allowed in our culture and constitution. Many movies are banned and so are various books. Taking drugs is banned, prostitution is banned. I remember even Maggie noodles were banned. Use of cuss words are banned in movies, showing people smoking is banned too. All these bans have had some positive effects I suppose.

Then why is this hullabaloo about banning crackers in Delhi. Why it should be limited to Delhi it should be pan India, I think. At least the animals will be relieved of the stress as much as their human counterparts. It is not about Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Isaai. If that is so I feel sorry for people beating themselves on Moharram too. I feel sorry for all the Ganpatis which are immersed in water. I feel sorry for the Eid slaughter also. I feel sorry for all that sewage that is drained into the rivers. The list is endless. There is a ban on burning of crop residue but who listens to orders. One definitely needs to ponder.

Today, the scale of India has become so colossal that if one cracker per person is burst it means 125 crore crackers, simple multiplication. If one person urinates or defecates in the open, the number becomes countless. Plastic was banned and is still banned but we do not adhere to norms? So if we have to ban it why not ban pollution of every kind. The courts interfere because the public doesn’t listen. We attach too many sentiments to it. To top it all people add the religious flavour to it. I think time now has come to raise oneself above all that.

At least the judiciary is thinking about pollution free India. Shopkeepers of Delhi knew that this ban will come as they had been informed that the court is processing the case. Still if they stocked crackers, Mainu key. They state that they paid GST; yes, they have to if they bought goods, tuhannu key. When they knew that such a ban could come then why are they complaining now, karde rain, sannu key? I feel the courts have to be ruthless and the law enforcing agencies have to book everyone who dares to break the rules. Sentiments can hold on this Diwali, Christmas, Eid or Holi. Once we will breathe easy, we shall know the difference of this one step to ban bursting of crackers.

Well, I may sound radical, doesn’t matter. Let us pledge to ban all sorts of pollution maybe it water, air, land, noise, mind etc. Our generation has to leave this earth a better place for our future generations. Today, children are mature enough to understand and they too insist to stop burning crackers. To blame the courts is absolutely incorrect; let us blame ourselves for once. Will we stop getting over emotional about everything and respect such a ban? I wonder!!!!!!!!!!!

JAI HIND