'Question injustice'

'Question injustice'

 People should cultivate the habit of questioning, observed English writer Prof Francis Morgia.

He was speaking after releasing Dr Shivappa’s book “Jeevana Kaavu” on Thursday at M Gollahalli village bordering Andhra Pradesh in Mulbagal taluk.

Today, people are being enslaved at all levels and those who are critical and muster enough courage to question injustice, oppression are being ill treated and cornered. People in the present times are able to experience some amount of justice and fairness, primarily because Buddha, Basava, Jesus and others dared to question injustice that was prevalent during their time, he explained.

Literature in simple language is easily read and accepted by people who are oppressed, religious minorities, the poor an d the semi-literate. Literature, which is written keeping in mind the common man reaches the public, informed writer Dr G Shivappa.

This work contains 280 vacahanas about varied topics like  spirituality, communal harmony, water, land,rational thinking health etc, added the writer.