Tealing things of others is really ashamed of our good society...isn't it?
February 10, 2013 6:35am CST
We are all came from nature! But in our society there are different natures of people. Some lives modestly and other not in such a way. On the other day in my residential area a man shot dead while trying to steal high tension electrical cable which are laid by the side of road. By hearing this matter i stunned and i lost my a whole single night sleep. Why people does like this things?... Only because getting some money that person lost his life within a moment! What a shame of our dirty society?....Really i hates robbery things of others. In your life, have you ever heard about this type of things?... Please share your experiences with in this regard
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11 Feb 13
stealing has been very hard every were and as we loose are jobs and the goverment dont take care of there people they have to resort to steeling to even eat i have read many times people steeling food at the market just to feed the family they have then they get to go to jail for trying to make sure their family eats what has ever become with help the truly need put food on the table
10 Feb 13
Dear friend, It only happens mostly in. The people will be after these nasty problems, so that they may be able to get time to find those actual problems behind this, those corruptions and other issues. May be we all pay taxes and vote representatives to give a better lifestyle. What ever things we buy with a bill a part is taken by government. I feel mostly middle class people are put into a small world given or surrounded with their own problems, so as to get them involved in themselves rather putting their efforts to those behind these problems.
10 Feb 13
I have heard similar news in our city as well. The internet connection would get interrupted because of cables being stolen. They always risk getting caught and they know this but they just don't think about getting caught. They think more about the money they might get by selling those cables.