The law of Habit

Written By: / Editorial / Tuesday, 05 January 2021 17:20

Public speakers have found that the telling over and over again of a story which may be based upon pure fiction, brings into play the law of habit and very soon they forget whether the story is true or not.
If one takes a look in the present political trends of India the politics of law of habit is becoming a fair game. Almost all political parties are now using it as a tool to reach their goal of getting mandate to rule the country or state. If one concentrates and has a critic look from the other end of the tunnel, then definitely the idea itself is a gross violation to the rights of the common people. To get the mandate of the people the political party leaders create story and incite to the humble mind of the people again and again until they are able to convince that “what they are telling is true”.
If one agree to this concept political party spokesperson then it is a fair game.
From early 1970s till today the diehard cadres of the right wing group started working to unite the nation into one in the ideology that religion is the only means to unite the nation.
Well the purpose of this write up is to make aware the people how easily the people are being fooled by building the law of habit.
It is unfortunate that the erstwhile nation now a state of India actively participating in the political theatre of India still have no party of its own that understand the law of habit.
Even those rebel groups which are expected to be over 50 in numbers still do not have a common platform to struggle for the same cause, thus lack the art of ‘Law of Habit”
We the Metieis , the Tankhuls, The Kukis and the Pangal were good in showing their essence of patriotism and commitment , however, we lack the sense of self respect to convert what we delivered for the good of the people, as we don’t imply and understand the law of habit.
When some political party leaders sacrifices and remain united to fight for their cause, we the Manipuris cannot even sacrifice a little bit of our own self for the cause of the region. It is a matter of shame that we the Manipuri even failed to unite even by becoming members Indian political system.

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Rinku Khumukcham

Rinku Khumukcham

Rinku Khumukcham, Editor of Imphal Times has more than 15+ years in the field of Journalism. A seasoned editor, was a former editor of ISTV News. He resides in Keishamthong Elangbam Leikai, with his wife and parents. Rinku can be contacted at [email protected] 

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