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Terrible Ad.

Brutal reality of society

By Aranna Hasan Delwar Published 2 months ago 1 min read

Terrible ad.

_____By Aranna Hasan Delwar.

I see death, I see the undeath of many people's dreams.

In the blood of workers, farmers, day laborers

All expensive cars run on the road

Wanting to tear the chest of the city and touch the sky

All the huge buildings are built by the sweat of Garbir.

The helpless poor people are neglected and disrespected

lies in the hut,

Good food, safe housing or good medical care

Nothing is for them.

In the race to make the rich richer

Working hard is extinguishing the light of their lives

the people

A friend of the poor in the name of a foundation created by the rich

Masked people of the society that has become

Presenting themselves as God.

Dressing up new dramas in the name of help

Grabs billions of rupees

Little of which goes to the poor.

They sing the victory song in their own media

For the neglected people of the society

They came forward,

Helping them, two are in the hospital

With free treatment, a house or two, or a job

They are increasing their TRP by promoting it.

What a strange selfish social system.

Using the emotions of emotionally poor people

becoming richer themselves,

And the poor are becoming empty.

The reality of this terrible society is not visible to anyone.

Everyone thinks those rich masked people are benefactors

Puja is going on in oblivion.

No one understands, this is also a business policy

A big advertisement, whose model is hungry and helpless people.

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Comments (1)

  • Esala Gunathilake2 months ago

    Oh what a misery!

Aranna Hasan Delwar Written by Aranna Hasan Delwar

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