nirav wrote:I'd like to clarify, what I meant is the person cribbing after making 20L per annum deserves the tears caused by the cribbing.
wow. this is bizarre.
It was in no way directed at you or the medical expenses you face.
My friend was interning in Bhagwati hospital during his MBBS.
The amount of people he's seen dying for the want of money for medicines as low as a 1000 rupees is a gut wrenching thing.
In light of that situation for the poor, I'm conditioned for "middle class" people,10-20L range wanting more from the govt,to view them unfavourably.
again missing the point entirely. who asked for a govt handout? i merely mentioned the Govt double dips into people's expenses even when they cannot afford essential needs, in a country which has zero social safety net.
this is as relevant to one who is notionally rich or one who is poor. both should be excluded.
the current deductions are pathetic & don't account for a fraction of what the actual expenses are. a parasitical Govt is no Govt of the people at all.
We majla class are so cocooned, we fail to see the plight of people who can't even afford municipal hospitals
what is this "we"? why assume what others see and fail to see?
a few minutes back you went nuts because i merely suggested this govt has not done enough about medical expenses. did anyone mention that people who are being treated in municipal hospitals or anyone there is to be excluded?
any policy made has to include everyone. be as thorough as possible about ensuring the reasons are valid and legitimate.
but FFS dont go on national TV, face softballed questions as the FM and preen about how great your budget was, how it meets all needs and then on top of it claim, merely because people earn "X" whatever that X is, they can fend for themselves.
it was rampant, narcissistic rubbish.
I agree govt spending can use a hike, but it's for the poor people first.
govt need not spend. it need not take. people of any social strata facing medical or significant expenses should get more leeway. its that straightforward.
Decent financial planning can go a long way for guys in the 10-20L bracket.Dont need govt handouts.
again with the assumptions. no amount of "financial planning" can accommodate the kind of expenses that india's current society expects as de-jure.
I apologize for any miscommunication from my end.
rather than apologize, kindly tone down on the gratuitous attitude towards strangers you barely know and who voted for this govt as well, and have supported it through thick and thin.
when they say something, think why they may have a point instead of judging them with gratuitous swipes about how they just want to live luxurious lives.