Why elite and rich people from our community don't do pay back to our community?
Writer of this article Sandeep Rathod is Computer Engineer from Maharashtra, India. He is strong supporter of Gor Social Reforming Movement named "Gor Sikwadi".
Jai Sevalal Bhiya!
Thank you very much for asking this question, that "why elite and rich people from our community don't do pay back to community".
"98% people from our community still lives back in Tandas, only 2% people live in cities".
So here is the problem, there should be a gradual development in a person or in any community to come to a maturity level which is not there in our people.
We have some so called rich & elite people in our community, who are considering themselves very much advanced than other people from back in Tandas, these so called people don't have to do anything for our community or for any other things, they are very much busy in their own world to earn more and more money.
The root cause is: Other communities have developed gradually over the period of time with some thought process so they have some maturity and a moral responsibility to do something for community. Problem with our community is suddenly few people became rich & elite.... 1. In the name of reservation a normal clark became officer though he didn't deserve it. 2. In the name of community vote bank a local politician became mainstream leader, though he didn't deserve it. 3. In the name of community few people became "Educationalist"/ "Sanstha Chalak" and started to earn lots and lots of illegal money from schools and colleges, in reality these Sansthachalak's even don't deserve to become even a simple teacher. 4. In the name of reservation few people became officers, rather than becoming a role model for students in Tandas, these officers became very much busy in earning black money, sometimes it is a shame to say someone that these officers are belonging from our community. 5. Few teacher, police, advocate, engineer, doctor and some government/private sector servants became self proclaimed elite members of a backward community.
Also, main culprits are first generation people who came directly from Tandas to cities, who didn't give community development learning to their kids on how to become a son and daughter of a community, even these first generation people couldn't do much to motivate someone back in Tandas.
Second generation is a result of immature, illegitimate and unplanned thought process of first generation, it is not there in second generations blood to do something for people back in Tandas. So now you can imagine what to expect from third and fourth generation people...... & what to expect from elite members of a backward community.....
Being an elite member of our community can we ask this question to ourselves that what I have done so far for my community & my people...... & if at all I have done something then is that much enough or still I need to do something more..... Also, please enlighten to everyone of us what you have done so far ? Some people think that I will keep my good work doing and I don't want to showcase what I am doing, I don't want credit and I just want work to be done...... But I would say fortunately or unfortunately, you like it or you don't liked it, truth is you have already born in Gor Banjara community..... so please let people know what good things you have done so far so that others can also walk on your foot-steps, please do not be selfish for a good cause...... many educated people are still illiterate and don't know the various ways to do pay back to community, be it money, knowledge, time or any other possible things...... So the work you have done so far could be a road map for others, so please do not hesitate to share it...... - Sandip Rathod (Bhukiya- Khetawat), NRI, USA.
Updated on February 27, 2017--------------------------------------------