"Man has an intrinsic comportment of straight-away judging and tagging people – their neighbour, their relatives, people who are in the glare of publicity, or largely politicians. And that too, based on hear-says and words of mouth. Who are we to do that? How credible and trustworthy can those hear-says be? It is so much easy to sit folded-arms and form opinions. So much easy! Let’s take the example of politicians. We abuse our freedom by tagging them whenever and wherever we want. Did any of us ever think that although politicians have a public life, they too have a family? And that they too have the right of the same respect like us in the society? Do they really deserve all sorts of labels and tags given by us, who personally would not even think of getting into their job position and work?"