The Great Indian Change

Just the hands changed, the positions changed. We remained the same.

Who were on the road, protesting, now sit in thier plush cabins trying to justify what they do.

Who sat on the throne, now adorn the roads with placards and cries of injustice.

They both do the same things let it be the things done when they occupy the throne or when they race through the streets fighting police barriers.

What they criticised once is what they try to justify now after they have come to power.

What the others did themselves now seems injustice when done by the new ‘rulers’.

And

We sit here, voting for change, hoping for good. All we get is a change in names, names of those who rule us.

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