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China The Dragon burns down Humanity. People reported missing and the race to hide the truth

Imagine being watched every time!

Imagine being ranked as a third-grade citizen?

Imagine your and family’s life is in constant threat if you dare to speak..!!!??!!..

We Indians are actually lucky to be in India where people are free to express their thoughts and opinions. You have no such restrictions here, you can freely use social media, write, tweet and post anything. The government is not restricting and controlling you every time. You have so many channels on TV that entertain you but the case is not so similar in China.

Let me share a few accounts and facts, you must know about China.

  • China silenced the whistleblowers, many journalists, activists and doctors who tried to talk and uncover about Coronavirus are missing.
  • China has demanded IP theft from citizens abroad.
  • China restricts the use of the internet and ranks people on the basis of their ‘good’ or ‘bad’ citizen as per their ‘social credit’ system.

I will discuss all the topics, but today let me share about

The missing cases in China.

Missing Doctors

The dragon has mercilessly killed so many people, normal citizen since decades.

But now, after the coronavirus broke in China a few doctors suspected a new kind of virus with pneumonia like symptoms in the body of infected patients and tried to talk about the same. The virus soon started to spread like wildfire and initially, a doctor spoke about it in interviews. As the doctor, Ai Fen was unaware of the consequences that she is ruffling the feathers of the ruling communist party and they can go to their extend to bury down the failure.

Dr Ai Fen is a doctor in Wuhan, she is amongst the first doctors who discovered the virus. In an interview, she narrated the story of how the patient came with a disease similar to flu she tried all the possible medications but nothing worked then she conducted a few tests and got to know about the new virus.

She named is a new SARS coronavirus, she took a picture of the virus and shared with a friend. Soon the picture got circulated among the doctors of the hospital. She was the one who gave the whistle and then other doctors and journalists became the whistleblowers. She was initially warned and later suspended for spreading rumours. After a few months, she got a chance to speak her heart out in an interview by a magazine called ‘People’ there she mentioned that the virus was first noticed in December and then she was asked to keep quiet. Later on, the interview was removed from the social media and she went missing after that. It’s been now two months no one knows where she is.

She also accused the government of hiding the information from the world.

The whistleblower doctor who died of Coronavirus.

Dr Li Wenliang, who received the report that was shared by Ai Fen and he further passed the report in a wechat group. He also talked about the patient’s condition who was quarantined. He alarmed the government authorities, hospital and others about the virus but was asked to remain silent. The hospital asked for a written apology. He was afraid of the consequences and signed the letter which mentioned that he spread rumours and disrupted social policies.

Dr Li Wenliang died at the age of 34 by treating patients in the same hospital. He died a week later after all these incident happened. His death will bring tears to our eyes, the country declared him the national hero though the government gave him no such recognition instead he was accused and harassed. The government initially said that there is no human to human transmission and people kept on living their normal lives until the outbreak. Li and his nearby people were all contracted by the same disease.

After the incident, the citizens wanted an apology from the government for Li. They were filled with grief and outrage. The social media was trending of a demand for freedom of speech before it was censored.

Li’s death is also mysterious, was he injected with the virus?

The journalists who documented the life of Wuhan during Coronavirus, the whistleblowers the activists, lawyers all were reported missing. While the country was in lockdown, these journalists tried to show the world about the pandemic.

Fang Bin released a video on Twitter showing bodies in a minibus outside the hospital and soon after the video he’s gone missing. Their wechat was shut down by the government.

We are lucky that we are in India. We have freedom of speech, our government is not tracking us every second. We abuse, humiliate people openly on social media. We criticise our government and the opposition parties, cartoonists draw funny cartoons and activists and secular people tweet and say how scared they are in India.

I am a normal citizen and I am just expressing my thoughts I will request everyone to never ever hand over our freedom, privileges, rights and liberties to any political party. Many might disagree with my point but always remember, politicians, come in the field to gain power. They want to rule and get more powerful be it, Narendra Modi who claims to be chowkidar and has earned votes because of his slogan, he got enormous love from the nation.

Fakir hun, phir jhola le k chal padunga

Narendra Modi

He is also fighting for politics, he will not pass the throne to his family but will never want to lose the throne till his lifetime.

On the other side, Sonia Gandhi and followers who try to compare her with Lord Sita all are in the rat race. The race of power and once you give your all powers to them then what???

I have known Chinese in person, many are my friends and some are students. They never directly objected the government but yes indirectly have shown their displeasure. A few of my friends, praise China and mention how the country took care of everyone. A few Chinese did abuse me as I belong from a poor country and the virus will kill us all because unlike China we have no money and strong healthcare support.

In the current scenario, there is so much to share about China. Actors apologizing if they dare speak, businessmen fleeing or risk losing their life and their lives hard work, and a country squeezing its own citizen into modern-day concentration camps just because they are Muslims in the name of correction.

  1. China and US cold war
  2. The world is cornering China.
  3. China violates India’s territorial integrity
  4. How China exported the virus
  5. Chinese citizens want to sue their government. Is there any reality behind the story? What’s the condition of the Chinese people there?
  6. Will China earn profit from the pandemic?
  7. The world demands China to pay.

I will cover all aspects and above-mentioned topics in my upcoming blogs about China.

Source:

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Labour laws & states: Corona virus turned out as Good crisis.

State governments have passed an ordinance to attract manufacturers and private investments in their states by removing hurdles as labour laws.

UP government plays a masterstroke, indeed he knows how to turn a good crisis in his favour.

What is good crisis?

Every economic crisis comes with an opportunity the one who understands and quickly acts turns the bane into a boon. The Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh government are the first to understand and grab the opportunity.

The Uttar Pradesh government has approved an ordinance exempting businesses from the purview of almost all labour laws for the next three years in a bid to provide a fillip to investments affected by the novel coronavirus in the state.

People from states of Bihar, UP, Rajasthan, West-Bengal,Jharkhand etc. on a daily basis migrate to bigger cities in search of employment.

This pandemic has clearly shown the huge population of labourers residing in other states. So when the states like UP and Bihar has the labour force why not bringing in industries to their own land?

Think once if IT companies and other white-collar industries have their offices in Bihar, UP, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh would you ever travel to states leaving behind your friends and family?

Similarly, these states have so fewer jobs whether white or blue collared jobs that the labours are left with no options. These states since a long time have become labour exporting machinery.

The new labour reforms will ease and help to do business in these states. The reform is aimed to stimulate and promote industrial activities.

Do you remember, when we were children, we use to write that

India is an agricultural country. 63% of Indians are farmers.

In this 20-25 years, the situation has changed now we are not anymore dependent on the farming industry. If you see the farming industry only contributes 15% of India’s GDP.

As this pandemic has forced people to sit down at their homes leaving them jobless and income loss now we have to create jobs. Again, we cannot go back to the days when there were 7 people in a family with only one earning member.

If I take an example, Bihar used to have industries earlier, not in huge scale but examples like Rohtas industries. Even now India has 50 industrial areas which include IT, electronics, textile, leather, agriculture as its priority but even the number is very less.

Kanpur again a city which was an industrial hub once has turned out to be a in shambles.

Now with the new labour reform, the obsolete glory can return again. The table can turn and it’s not just mandatory and beneficial for labours even white collared job opportunities will open. So when the source of income and employment opportunities will increase it will bring more opportunities in the education industry, business sector and many more.

India can see this as a chance to start many factories rather than depending on other countries. I will take an example of China here, as I regularly discuss with some Chinese friends and students, they tell me how their country helps them to open a business hence you will find every 3rd person of China is either a trader, supplier or manufacturer. The government supports the hard workers and if our country starts to produce products on their own it can give a huge competition to China.

India’s archaic labour law is the key reason why we are not a successful exporter.

Many countries give freedom to employers to hire and lay-off workers based on demands and dynamics.

Developed countries protect their workers through their policies.

On the other hand, India does the opposite, they protect jobs, not employees. Thus in India, we will find many employees working in off-roll and contractual basis jobs but then India has one of the best labour laws. But what is the point of having such labour laws when we can’t take advantage out of it.

In India, entrepreneurs must have a licence for starting a business and another license for shutting down. So any factory who have more than 99 employees you have to go to the labour department to take permission.

So many such investors and entrepreneurs moved to white-collar industries or service industries but then the geographic location and nature of scope become limited because business is always risky.

Many renowned Indian companies have registered multiple sisters concerning companies just to safeguard themselves and saving themselves from giving gratuity and provident funds.

Such stringent laws made for welfare of labour have actually proved to be counter-productive to the labours themselves. Employers deliberately choose not to scale to skip those laws and when you so not scale, you cannot compete with likes of China anymore. This phenomenon has been rightly described as “dwarfism” by the incumbent Chief Economic advisor of India Mr Krishnamurthy Subramanian.

The effect of downward economy creates a chain reaction. Take example of a fashion brand. No retail sale means no payments to small scale designers, job losses of direct employees of the brand. Tailors not required, logistics not required. Showroom cut down. The people indirectly employed by the direct employees of the brand like laundry, maids, security guards, restaurants, shopping mall, franchise owners, e-commerce company, payment processing company and their employees sees a loss in income too and hence the economy falls to recession.

The time is ripe to change the outlook of these labour laws. As the Labour market update 2016, 82% of the Indian workforce is employed in unorganised sectors.

https://www.geographyandyou.com/the-unorganised-workforce-of-india/

With such humungous amount of workforce in unorganised sector, there is a huge potential to kick start the economic fate of India with right policies creating many organized sector and plethora of white and blue collared jobs. There is a reason special economic zone (SEZ’s) are a huge success and time has come to reap the benefits at large scale by proper implementation at large scale level.

If India has to compete in Global manufacturing it will also have to change it land laws accordingly. While Modi gov. has done a commendable job in bringing India in forefront of Ease of doing business index, it has a long way to go, along with that it has to attract private investment which is holding back because of such labour laws.

Nobody will invest a huge amount to start a business only to be at the mercy a government inspector and labour unions.

Time has come, to cash on this crisis..!!