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Current Moral and Social Landscape In India UPSC NOTE

 Current Moral and Social Landscape In India

  • We are living in the age of moral dystopia, a norm-less era where it is difficult for men and women to be human and convenient for the state to be less than neutral, just, and fair.

  • Leaders not only fail to keep their pledges, but they are not even expected to keep them. 

  • The government wears its majoritarian colours with pride, unabashed and unedifying. 

  • Monuments, offices, and houses all seem to be judged by the faith or political predilections of their builders and occupants. 

  • If you question the actions of the government or the actions of non-state actors taking out hate marches, you become the most vulnerable.

  • Conformism is the norm today. 

  • Humanism, justice, and freedom have all been consigned to the deep freeze, to be retrieved at some indefinable point in future.

  • Now, the value system has changed, and shared living is no longer a cherished ideal for millions. 

  • Buildings belonging to a particular community are being brought down under the guise of law-and-order problem and an exercise of ethnic cleansing is being conducted by the State.

  • Today, we wish to hold to account a king or an invader for the ignominy he probably visited some 400 or 1,000 years ago. 

  • But we find our lips glued together when it comes to seeking justice for victims in Manipur or Haryana. 

  • These are indeed times of moral foibles. 

  • Every nation has its moments of neuroses. In our case, it is collective short-term amnesia. We watch and we forget.  We read and we move on.

  • Be it a man being lynched, a shop being demolished, or a woman being brutalised, our memory seems to be like a sieve. 

  • Today, the executioners of injustice don’t need a mob with its tridents, hammers and pickaxes. Today, bulldozers get down to work. 

  • People often make videos, but few attempt to save the life of innocent people. 

  • Anomie is a lived experience in ‘New India’.



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Learnerz IAS | Concept oriented UPSC Classes in Malayalam: Current Moral and Social Landscape In India UPSC NOTE
Current Moral and Social Landscape In India UPSC NOTE
Learnerz IAS | Concept oriented UPSC Classes in Malayalam
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