It is election time in Tamil Nadu and the most corrupted ADMK of Jayalalitha has already distributed money to thousands of voters, virtually buying votes for money.  The other parties try to also buy through some inducement or the other.

However, we in Tamil Nadu, do not seem to be alone.  I have heard that similar practices exist even in Bangalore and in Andhra Pradesh as well.  Kerala may be an exception, but the parties, including the communists, are very corrupted indeed.

How do we reverse this trend and educate our public?  How do we go about educating them on the need for social action, particularly about protests that should involve the more educated and unconcerned middle class people?  How can we make them realize that votes should not be sold for hard cash, as they will eventually loose in the long term?



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