I don’t like to be called a First Lady

I do not like being called SIR as it means to me – SLAVERY OF INDIAN RYOTS.  As a Child, I began work and did menial jobs.  There was no such thing as CHILD LABOUR and it was not a banned activity.  There were no laws to stop it.  I was born 6 years after independence of India and was Rebellious as a kid.  In College I was impressed by Karl Marx and his Economics and DAS KAPITAL.  Our Professor C.S.Mishra in UTD Ravishankar University, Raipur was one of he best and consulted by the Planning Commission on many matters by Shri V.C. Shukla who was the Vice Chair of he Planning commission and later a minister.  I decided then that SIR is a carry over – a baggage and baggasse’ of the British Empire and denounced it.

I then came across this saying by the American President Kennedy’s wife.

“The one thing I do not want to be called is First Lady. It sounds like a saddle horse.

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