A visit to Arjun Bhardwaj’s Facebook profile will tell you what is exactly wrong with today’s generation of college students.
Arjun, a college student, recently committed suicide by jumping off from the 19th floor of a five-star hotel in Mumbai’s Bandra.
Before killing himself, he went live on Facebook to record his act and even posted a tutorial which he called ‘Five Steps To Commit Suicide’.
He was depressed.
But even as everybody who knew him are mourning his passing away, his Facebook profile has turned into a visible representation of all that his wrong with the students of Arjun’s generation.
Students, who are probably of the same age as Arjun, have come on his profile to post abuses for him and his family. I am posting one of them here.
Some have created a website pages with his photos etc and are openly advertising on Arjun’s profile to get more views.
One website has gone a step forward, they procured the video from the caches and are letting people download it on their phone. Here is a screenshot.
It has not stung their conscience that this is a person who was ill and urgently needed medicines and immediate therapy.
Some students, like Punit Khuswaha, Virat Satish and Parth Shah have repeatedly abused Arjun and his family in the comments section. Sample this one. It will make your blood boil.
or this one…
There are countless such comments on his profile and most of them by people of the same age group as Arjun’s.
They have posted memes, jokes, vile abuses and are constantly doing it as you read this blog. Some are instigating others to do so.
Arjun is not there anymore to defend himself. I appeal to all of you through this blog to go and report these morons and help us to clean up his profile.
Most students — I see these days — are like the ones abusing him and joking about him. All they have are their obnoxious attitude and an equally vile point of view which doesn’t offer any room or respect for views and stands of others.
While most students these days live their lives online and nothing is worth their time except for parties and social media, I know that there is a fraction who still have their conscience intact and know the right from the wrong.
I appeal to all of them to go, hunt these morons down and report them.
Let’s honour our dead.
There cannot be two points of views on that.