My Views about Commonwealth Games 2010

Event Page : Commonwealth Games 2010 at Various Venues > 3rd-14th October, 2010

Commonwealth Games 2010 is the success for the Political Party and failure of the Government. 


I answer this below : 

Media was continuously finding faults in the Games Organizing Committee and there are supporters of the games who say that it was just an exaggerated stuff. Finally, the games organizers proved their point by delivering the games successfully. 

So, is it all well if it ends well?

Not at all!

First of all, huge money is being spent on this show-off event which is surely a waste of resources and government is just public servant and not the Kings and Queens to take decision regarding public's money on their own. 

They should have asked the public if they want the government to go ahead with the games as the money belongs to the public only. 

The success of a country must not be about the success of competitive games, the true success is all about the welfare of it's people. Competitive Games must be for fun and entertainment only and it must not be associated with the country's pride at all. Competition is an ugly aspect of life as it's all about getting ahead of others mostly. So, how come competitive games are the pride of the nation if it only glorifies one political party, few sportsmen and the spirit of competitiveness?

And any truly responsible present ( Dr. Manmohan Singh ) and potential ( Rahul Gandhi ) Prime Minister must stand against wastage of public's money. 
Rahul Gandhi says that he is concerned about the common man but if it's really so then he should have opposed the games like Mani Shankar Aiyar did. 
But it seems that they are more interested in the expansion and glorification of their Party than the welfare of the public. 

So, the games proves the failure of the government if we consider the education standards in government schools, corruption, healthcare facilities, poverty, lack of development in other Indian states and various such issues! 


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