iness. On the other hand the country is home to many millionaires and billionaires. Some of us take pride in flaunting our wealth in the form of new cars, cloths and throwing off parties, but there's no mechanism which allows the participation of lesser privileged people in equi-distribution of wealth.
Therefore, curiously observing the world around me, and experiencing the kind of inequality that persists in our society, the society which takes pride in being the most vociferous proponent of equality, I feel I cannot shy away from the truth and find myself in complete agreement with whatever George Orwell said in 1945, about the inequality being practiced under the banner of equality. All men are indeed created equal, but why are there some men who are more equal than others Perhaps because, we, the elements in society, want to keep the arrangement like this, so that there are always some people who are less equal.