#Emergency2012 Why Indian Govt Is About To Ban Social Media.? India Is Republic Country ,We Have Rights To express Our views .

S.A.U.R.A.B.H. dhanuka's blog

The crusades of Anna Hazare’s anti-corruption reached me not through Television or local newspapers or any of the 21st century medium like online news portals, instead the development stuck me in the flurry of numerous status messages on social media including Facebook and Twitter and also through various internal messaging system. It seemed like India, our own country is having a revolution break in social media after the social media influenced uprisings in parts of North Africa and the far middle east. Not only this, the Indian news channels were quick in seizing on the grounds of Hazare’s anti-corruption head quarters at Delhi’s Jantar Mantar.



The people in India were craving to end the corruption once and for all.

But this isn’t what actually it turned out to be. Is it?

My blog is followed by few people outside India and I am sure they might be wondering…

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