“Be proud that you are an Indian, proudly claim I am an INDIAN”, these are the words of Swami Vivekananda. But today, many are asking “Where is my India?” What has happened to our Country? Many social issues like poverty, Unemployment, deforestation, evils against women, terrorism, are still prevalent here. Corruption & molestation have become Omnipotent. In this bleak situation, it is natural for the youth of the country to have a dream about their nation. A dream often inspires the dreamer to work & strive so that it may come true.
Dr. Abdul Kalam, our former President had once asked a little girl, what was her dream for India? The reply “I dream of a developed India”. This impressed him and he wrote “India 2020: A vision for the New Millennium”. Like our former president, I too have a dream. I dream of how my India should be.
I think of India with a sound government. A government which is not just of the people and by the people, but really for the people is needed. India, where globalization and domesticity are properly balanced, the government must channelize the available fund towards the progress of the nation.
Agriculture which is the backbone of our Indian Economy should contribute more to the country's GDP. For that, importance should be given to agriculture sector. Government should give its utmost attention to the problem of farmers. A number of reforms are needed to make the life of the farmer, happier & healthier. There must not be any farmer suicide due to poverty. Transforming arable lands to real estate hubs must be strictly prohibited as landlessness is one of the major causes of poverty of farmers. like Union Mortgage Scheme, Subsidy Scheme for farmers, many other schemes must be launched to help farmers. Drought condition in certain areas can be avoided by nationalization of rivers. By following this, we are likely to avoid future famines and price hike situations.
I wish that in India, there should be no poor person. Gandhiji...