Satyamev Jayate – Part 2

Hello Friends,

Firstly, I would like to wish Aamir Khan, a very Happy Birthday and blissful years ahead for the beautiful things he is doing for the country. I congratulate him for the phenomenal success for the show “Satyamev Jayate”. The launch episode was watched by a massive 7.9 crore Indians. The change which we wanted to bring in ourselves has begun gradually. Satyamev Jayate’s hard hitting first 2 episodes pulled off the nation’s attention.

Below are the statistics of the show so far. Viewers (I would rather call as citizens) are putting in their hard efforts and supporting the causes by the initiative “Vote for change” which includes missed calls, signing in the petitions and website votes.  Finally the fire has been lit; now we will have to see whether it stays on or will it be put off just like after any horrifying event happens in our country.

SMJ 2 StatsOh yes, Thanking all you Indians, who have contributed their bit to this show, which is aiming to bring in the change in us. Those who haven’t done anything, no worries, you just have to watch this show. I am sure your heart would ask you to step forward.

Also thanking my lovely blog readers, it’s for you people whom I have been writing. I thank each and every one from the deepest of my heart for stopping in and reading my articles. Thanks a ton guys.

Moving further, I would be glad to introduce Aditi, Who would be writing/ translating in French on my blog to reach those people who want to support us and respect the good cause but couldn’t understand the language. This also concludes that language has no barriers to extend your helping hand to someone in need.  Aditi will write the articles for the blog in the name of Indiafana. To know more about her you can check out her profile and she is the esteemed owner of the below Facebook page. This page is the translation of Satyamev Jayate and its episodes in French. Once again, heartiest welcome to Aditi.

The second staid episode was on the Police system in India. The main aim of this part was to get the solutions to put the system in place which already exists but somewhere the people, the police and the government has made it invisible.

The episode kicked off with the IPS officer revealing the shocking state of police, their working conditions and the inadequate resources in most of the police stations. We even did see the basic facilities like electricity and telephone services were missing in most of the stations.

Don’t you think we all should have a friendly police? Every kid should have the belief that a Police man would help them without consulting their parents. That trust factor can only grow up when a scheme like Janamaithri which is being followed in Kerala is put in place.

What is Janamaithri? Janamaithri Suraksha Project seeks the responsible participation of the citizens in crime prevention at the level of the local community, conserving the resources, both of the community and of the police, in fighting against crimes which threaten the security of the community. Experience shows that by seeking the active co-operation of the public in performance of police duties, the process of Law Enforcement becomes far more effective.

On today’s date, the condition of the Indian Police stands on disgraceful and pathetic way. The episode highlighted with statistics that revealed 92% of the total police force is of Constables. And these constables are harassed by the senior officials by using them for their household work.  A constable who works 24 hours, 7 days and without holidays had to bear the toughest job he is into. The show also showcased the four level entries we have in our Indian Police System; unfortunately the creators (British) of this law won’t follow this structure in their country. In their system, entry level of all the aspirants would be as a constable. Indian police also faces egoistic behaviors amongst the same department.

Conclusion was discussed on reaching to the effective and efficient police system in India. Bringing in friendly Police system, hike up on the salaries of the police, adequate facilities to the police stations, Police being independent without any influence by the political parties.

Saluting all the brave police men, who have been loyal to the country and are sincere in discharging their duties and responsibilities. Keep us protecting, you are our hope.

Alright, with only few hours left for the next Satyamev Jayate, I am signing off and will meet you all very soon.

Satyamev Jayate – 11 am – Sundays – On Star Plus and simultaneously telecasted on almost all local language channels.

To vote, you can click on the “Aamir with kids” Picture on left hand side of the blog.

Jai Hind! Satyamev Jayate!



11 thoughts on “Satyamev Jayate – Part 2

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