Justice makes more sense than all constitutions and democracies. Otherwise, most people here would get all those who are different from them beheaded through democratic vote!
As the day of TISF elections for 2009-’10 looms closer, questions still remain unanswered, prime candidates unopposed, decisions unmade and wrong policies unchanged. Neither TIP’s nor TISF’s management apparently feel it needful to answer an important question raised earlier.
Why are the final year students allowed to vote and influence an election whose results will have nothing to do with them? They sell their votes, play with the entire process, and get away with it unaffected. Or they end up voting for the wrong or dummy candidates only for the fun of it!
The argument is simple:
The TISF is funded partly by students. The fourth years have no contribution in the budget of TISF that comes into action after they have left the institute.
Will our management continue to remain silent only because majority of the students are indifferent and apathetic towards raising this issue to rid TIP of something so wrong and unjust? Let’s give the freshmen their chance to vote, instead of ragging them at the start of their academic journey.
Justice makes more sense than all constitutions and democracies.