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Responsibilities always come with authority, but humans tend to accept authority while neglecting their responsibilities. This dangerous habit puts society as a whole in difficult circumstances.
For instance, the stigma of poverty in any society goes against the principles of justice, compassion, and social progress. The most disheartening aspect is that politicians cannot fulfill the needs of the poor, yet they still consider themselves no less than champions.
Another significant issue is the lack of trust and unity within the nation, which becomes a significant obstacle in effectively dealing with poverty. It is time for the nation to come together, hold its political leaders accountable, and work towards a better future for everyone.
Politicians asking for votes from the economically weak is nothing new. They always exploit the plight of the destitute for their selfish gains. During election campaigns, false promises and baseless offers of aid are made.
Once in power, these politicians tend to ignore the interests of the poor, focusing on their own financial gains and personal benefits. Consequently, poverty in the country increases instead of being eradicated.
False promises also contribute to the erosion of mutual trust. The privileged classes become happier, while the poor keep sinking into more profound poverty. This widens the gap between the two classes.
This inequality damages social harmony and creates obstacles in overall economic progress. It is essential for us to promote unity and cohesion to emerge from this worrisome situation, so that instead of a specific class, the entire nation can move forward on the path of progress.
Unity does not mean unanimity in opinions or beliefs; it means understanding that we can all move forward together because our destinies are intertwined and interconnected. Hence, the progress that some classes achieve should be accessible to all.
Most importantly, the government should prioritize collective welfare and prosperity over biased interests. By identifying the fundamental causes of poverty and seeking solutions for all underlying issues, poverty can be reduced.”