In economic sphere it is often understood that a territory endowed with natural resources is endowed with wealth for prosperity and development. This often stands true and make us believe the same when we look western nations on how they had prospered on these resources over time. But in India, for few of the states reality is entirely different. Here exists a close link between endowment of natural resources and prevalence of poverty and under-development. Stark example in India are states of Jharkhand, Odisha and Chhattisgarh. These are richest states of the country in reserves of natural mineral resources but there is contrast with poverty existing in these states. They also are poorest states of the country. One more thing common to them are the left wing extremism – The Naxalites.
Richness of natural resources is thriving many mining industries in these territories but it is also displacing people. Minerals are being excavated just to sell for utilisation in other parts of the country and developing them leaving land of extraction polluted and devastated. These states has just been raw material supplier for the western states of the country which drives the economy of India. But this cycle couldn’t alleviate poverty from the states satisfactorily. As Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh are newly created state and data of poverty since Independence couldn’t be collected, but Odisha doesn’t show a rosy picture of poverty reduction rate either.
On getting into this problem we find a correlation between mining of resources from these states, sustenance poverty level of people in these states and presence of Naxalite activities.
Decision makers still believes that only development will resolve naxalite issues in these states and there exists lobbying for opening of new mines and mining operations under the facets of developing the state. My just one question who are with this opinion that new mining operations will develop the state is— “Since independence, where we digging the earth in these states to make terraces for space for evening game and entertainment of displaced tribals and sight seeing of anthropologically transformed landscape?” If we were on the path of development, how could then naxalites came alive. Is not something wrong with this development model? Displacing people from their land and rarely rehabilitating them makes them vulnerable to the forces of the economy and rarely they are enough capable to survive on their own skill sets. They have skills to survive in tribal living system highly entrenched with forest resources and not with developed world. Behind the phrase “larger public interest” we are bereaving them of their land, culture, community living, forest, natural ecosystem and their livelihood. Our perception that they are under/un-developed is misaligned and need to be corrected. In this tech-savvy world only real example to prove my words is the aboriginal tribes of Andaman & Nicobar Island; they are very much happy of what they are, how they live and survive. They didn’t need any sort of development, they have their own system of naturopathy and medicines. And I think similar would had been the situation with tribes of inland mineral rich territory of India until invaders invaded over them for resources. But, our quest and race for development and mineral resources devastated tribal system as a whole. Now they have no option other than to get integrated in alien lifestyle of diku, the term they use for outsiders.
The natural resources which is thought to be endowment to mankind has actually become a curse to many, bereft of their rights they are just being enslaved as daily wage labourers in economy of today. Hadn’t mineral deposits found beneath their land, they would had lived happily in their forest dwelling woven in their community lifestyle and preserved their rich culture heritage. Now they have no identity and to restore their identity they fall to the ideology of naxalism; and only biased development has to be cursed for it.
Day by day value of Indian rupee in global market is declining though much had been done by RBI as well Finance Ministry to control it but all in vain. The current exchange rate of ₹60 for US$ 1 is still declining and there exists least indication for improvement in the scenario when current account deficit is significant. For the period 2008-12, the increase in India’s fiscal deficit (from 2.5% to 5.7%) was accompanied by rising CAD (from 1.3% to 4.2%). High import bill of OPG, ever increasing debt expenditure as soaring interest payment to foreign financial institutions and significant amount of earned profit transaction to abroad investors are further aggravating the situation. Moreover, turmoil of decline in value of rupee has created a sense of insecurity to investors in India and most of them are pooling back their money. Added to this is significant import bill of precious ornamental metals at tune of ₹1.7 lakh crore and subsidies provided by GOI to the tune of ₹ 17000 crore.
I would like to integrate current economic scenario of India with our foreign policy. I acknowledge significant policies adopted by Mr. Nehru during his tenure in order to maintain independency of India as non-aligned country. US tried to establish its imperialism camp in India and make us ally of capitalist bloc. Save for non-aligned principle adopted by Mr. Nehru which not only kept India neutral but also made us to stand as third significant front as non aligned nation. Later India was recognized as strong power in world.
US always wanted to establish its base camp in Kashmir and had always supported Pakistan with arms as well as capital for organizing militant against India to grab Kashmir. We must also know that Osama Bin Laden and his org Al Qaeda as well as Taliban are brain-child of America against USSR and more or less India.
US has always tried to destabilize India in one or other way; of which most significant one is its military support to Pakistan. With India emerging as strong power and nuclear empowered country, US had considered us a threat and had tried all the way to destabilize our sovereignty. Relation of India with disintegrated Soviet Union became unstable after its disintegration. It affected our economic as well as military capacity. Meanwhile US grabbed the opportunity to establish economic relation with India in the turmoil of economic instability. If we gather broad knowledge of other field we will find that it was combined strategic effort of World Bank and IMF to destroy economic system of India with providing easy loan for development sector in India. World Bank and IMF knew about corrupt practices which had engulfed Indian administration by that time. Only fraction of money was used in development sector and we were unable to payback loan. This made India obliged to follow economic policies directed by World bank and IMF. Flawed economic policy directed by them made us deficit in current account balance in later eighties. Rating agencies further spurred the fire by degrading our creditability which resulted in pooling out of money by foreign investors from India. This resulted in Forex reserve existing only for two week import in June 1991. To bring India out of this situation Dr. Manmohan Singh liberalized the economy making way for most of the foreign firms investing in India. I think this was a poor step taken to control temporary situation CAD on permanent basis; effect of which is in front of us. Though our lifestyle and development index had improved but it took cost for our domestic market. And lifestyle development index improved only for less than 20% population, for rest condition had even deteriorated. In LPG, liberlisation and privatization was necessary but not globalization. It would have been better if policy adopted would have been to promote small and micro industry at priority, reducing our dependency on Petroleum products, strengthening public transport and investing on renewable and non-conventional sources of energy, boosting our Agriculture production and export. We failed on this entire front and success is still far the sight till now. Our employment rate had never been greater than 4% but in last decade exploitation has increased while quality of employment soared below. We have enough food for everyone consumption but decreasing purchasing power with rising inflation had rendered our poor people to starve. GOI is now trying to tackle this situation with Food Subsidy bill.
Over the time GOI has failed to recognize main cause of CAD – OPG import bill and interest and profit payment. Instead of taking measures to reduce consumption of OPG it has promoted industry based on OPG as well as subsidized many of them. More than 60% of total OPG import is consumed in transport sector Railway being at top followed by other private motor vehicle owner. Effort to electrification of railway and boosting road public transport has been negligible resulting in soaring consumption of OPG. To meet this gap GOI has taken many times ill steps of opening the economy to global market inviting foreign investors through FDI or FII. This step can meet the need of forex only on current temporary basis and not the solution for long run. Over perpetuity money transferred to abroad is much greater to what investors or creditors invested or lend to India. And this amount has always grown. As on June 2012 India’s Debt to GDP ratio was 68% which is quite comparable to our forex reserve. Indian economy which is already under pressure of weak GDP, poor IIP and elevated inflation rate, is also weighed down by its increasing government debt. High debt to GDP ratio tends to dampen the credit worthiness of the Indian economy.
Further with greater liberty in FDI norms with opinion that foreign investors will own stocks of Indian slow growing firms and share technology with them. This will have pyramidal effect on employment opportunity. Unluckily, nothing had happened as such. Instead Indian corporate had sold their domestic share or sometimes entire firm and invested capital in some slow growing but stable economic. Net forex reserve remained quite unchanged with added liability of interest payment. Adding to it, the 216 most profitable companies of India, each making above Rs 500 crore in profit, and accounting for over half of the corporate income tax collected, paid taxes at an effective rate of 22.5% while over 200,000 small companies with profits below Rs 1 crore paid taxes at the effective rate of 25.7%. The largest companies were in the best position to make use of the tax concessions offered by the government! Top 5 firms controlled more than 60% assets of industry while employing only 2% of total labor force. In the sense we are neglecting our small and micro industry which has more capability to generate employment than large corporate houses and promoting monopoly of big corporate. In real term LPG has failed in benefiting people at lowest of the economic pyramid. But Alas! We still praise it.
If we consider and look into whole scenario it can be observed that capitalist bloc succeeded in what they wanted – to control India. They failed to control politically and diplomatically but economically they succeeded. With India dependent on foreign investments and Dr. Singh further opening market for foreign investors we had lost our economic independence. With one single change in policy by capitalist bloc senator they are capable to direct their investors to withdraw their investment to India. In lieu of smooth economic system of India capitalist bloc can easily blackmail India for our sovereignty, integrity and security.
It was idea of Mr. Nehru to make India independent in all respect which was well relayed forward by Mrs. Gandhi and tried hard by her son Mr. Rajiv Gandhi. But their successors did mistake in handing over our market independency to foreign investors at the cost of our domestic economy. They are still way forward even to allow foreign investment in strategic sectors. I can do nothing than comparing the situation with 1600AD when European entered India as traders but subsequently ruled us. Hope history doesn’t repeat itself.
Jagriti Yatra- Building India Through Enterprise. A journey emphasizing evolution of new enterprises in India, a journey to support new employment opportunity in small scale industries, a journey to empower and integrate rural market and rural industries with the rest of the world, a journey creating a sustainable path of better India, a journey of pool of like minded people who commit to the development of nation.
Not only this, there is something more unique to this yatra!!!!
“A Journey of discovery and transformation…1 Train – 12 Destinations – 15 Role Models – 15 Days – 8000 kms – 450 Youths and I was one among 450.”
Dynamic people from all over the country on the entrepreneurship journey, all above the difference of region, religion, caste and creed; all are equal. Jagriti Yatra Train better denote is as a small replica of an ideal India. Love, harmony, care and friendship binding everyone as a complete family. The 450 youths divided in small group of 20 formed a lifetime bond, bond of relation of highest degree.
Youth from different part of country with different aspirations, diverse dream of developed society, efforting in their field of interest to bring a change, striving to make the nation developed. All of them believe other before self.
It was a yatra to show the opportunity in rural India which is always ignored by the so called successful corporate, a yatra to show graduation or post graduation degree are just paper certificates, a yatra to acknowledge you with your self potential, a yatra to show how common people like us brought uncommon changes.
The fifteen days of Yatra is something I wish to have in India. An India of love and compassion to all; an India of no bar of caste, religion, region and languages; an India of sustained development; an India where people are devoted to self less service. The yatra proved that my wish to have an Ideal India is not a far dream, it’s very much possible but there is need of a collective effort and leadership to achieve the dream. The yatra made us to realize that a bed of 1.5ft x 6ft is sufficient to sleep and a place of 6ft x 6ft is more than enough to spend life. The real happiness comes from making new relationship with unknown person, satisfaction comes not from gathering resources but by sharing limited resources, joy of life is in taking grief and sorrow of others.
I don’t know whether I will be able to live in India of my dream but those 15 days will be always in my heart and those co-yatris will be in the centre of the heart.
Above all, the following song will always motivate me, and will always show me a hope whenever I feel down. It will always ensure my commitment.
“यारों चलो बदलने कि रुत है”
Education is one of the basic needs to live a sustainable and dignified life in every society. Elementary education has now been considered as right to every citizen of India. An educated person not only find easy to acquire skill to get employment but he/she also become aware of his/her rights and duties, he/she can participate in daily administrative work without being dependent on other, he/she become more aware of health and sanitation, family planning, household management and lots of other benefits exists for educated person which can’t be quantified. And if we search for the menaces of illiterate population then we have problems like naxalism, poverty, theft and robbery and many others. There exists a complete vicious cycle. Overall, educated society improves human development index of a country and makes every person independent.
It has been 65 years since independence but the quality of education in India is still poor. Though the literacy rate of India has improved from 12% in 1947 to 74% in 2011 but the quality of education imparted in India is sluggish. Moreover, India’s literacy rate is much below the world’s average of 84% and if we go quantitative then India has largest illiterate population. Studies show that if we go by the same rate of improvement of education in India then it will take more than half century to literate the complete nation, leave over the time required to impart qualitative education to each citizen and by that the average level of education in the world would be something much above of what is now. Gender wise data of literacy rate is something to be worried off; while 82% of males are literate only 65% of female are literate. This discrimination in education severely affects the effort to empower women in India. In rural India women are still considered as a subject for whom education is not important.
India has advantage of largest youth population but to make them asset we need to provide them skills and knowledge to grab the employment opportunity in the global market. An educated person finds easy and simple to acquire skill and training concerned for employment. To make India a developed country and to empower it to sustain in the global environment we need to educate every citizen of India.
The lack of interest of educated and elite person in this sector has deprived the growth of education in India. The job of teaching is considered to be of last choice; poor infrastructure, inefficient curriculum, mis-management of funds, under trained teachers further aggravates the situation. Thousands of crores of rupees are spent by the government but all go in vain. Dropout rate between class 1 to 8 is more than 50% and around 45 million children are not in school.
Various government policies and schemes exist to eradicate the illiteracy but none of them had shown expected result. Some of them bowed to the corruption while other was hurdled by improper infrastructure. Poor salary structure to primary and secondary teachers is also one of the reasons in failing to attract good teachers. The social stigma to the job of teaching is also preventing people to choose this noble job. The responsibility of government to facilitate primary and secondary education is now being taken by civil societies, NGO, private schools and tuitions. But initiatives by civil societies have limitation of human resources; not every person has interest to choose education sector as a career. Moreover, despite the fact that education has evolved as an industry it hasn’t been legally designated as an industry. This prevents financial institutions to invest in education sector. The main problem of not considering education as an industry is that a common philanthropic person finds it hard to gather financial resources to open a school and built infrastructure. Further the legality to acquire various licenses (on average 25 licenses are required to open school in urban area) to open a school and need to bribe at each level for acquiring license bring the morale down of the philanthropic person. However, if a person is able to open such a school the fees of the school is now not affordable by all families. The very purpose of opening a school is become something else, now the founder wants the return to the investment. Parliament had mandated elementary education to all but at the same time framed policies which prevents small schools to open, if any charitable or small school seeks for registration then it must satisfy all the criteria mentioned in RTE guidelines and believe it for fulfilling the criteria either school shuts down or its no more charitable.
The feasible solution to this menace is to work either part time or full time in collaboration with the government schools. Various NGOs and non-profits are adopting this model and they had shown positive results. But still they lack the human resources to reach every school. We must not forget that this society is mine and my success will be reflected by the success of the society. We can’t think of self development at the cost of under development of society. We might be literate and knowledgeable person but to be called educated we must educate each and every citizen of our society; after all we believe in ‘VASUDEV KUTUMBHKAM’.
This is agony of the present education system that I find English easier and simple to write than our Mother Tongue ‘HINDI’. Even many times don’t know why I feel ashamed to speak ‘HINDI’ instead of English; this was on my part and I don’t know of others what they feel of ‘HINDI’ or their native language.
I have full respect for all the foreign languages but I feel ashamed when I prioritize it with our native languages; I feel ashamed when I give less priority to Hindi than English. I don’t know whether English is my language of choice or pseudo-forced language but in due course of time I find English more comfortable than Hindi for writing.
English is said to be a global language and is must for success but I don’t know which kind of success we are going to achieve abolishing our Native Language; might be a personal success in career. There are advocacy that a person is liberal to choose the language he/she wants to use; but in the era where one is considered to be of sub-standard when he/she expresses him/herself in native language. Which kind of liberalism we are talking about? Are we liberal to choose our mother tongue or native language to express ourselves in business environment?
Though Indian government enforces the public offices to do the work in Hindi but for job and employment they find a person with good spoken English. They mandate bureaucrats to do official work in Hindi but recruit those who are well with English. Majority of offices’ and business deal conversations’ are done or might be done in Hindi, but don’t know why we prefer English‼ Even the laws are framed in such a ‘English’ that a culprit may be released with dignity while the victim may get executed if the Justice is unable to understand the law. This had made Law far from the reach of Citizens.
In a country where more than 85% people are unable to read, write, and communicate in English then why is so much emphasize on English? English is only required when we need to do work at global level or for inter-national business and not everyone is engaged in the job at international level.
The policy in India is such that if a student of 12th class from a Hindi medium or native language school wants to continue higher education from a professional college then he/she is required to know sound English to understand the courses and syllabus written in English. While rest of them are pseudo-forced to opt for non-professional courses. Major chunk of youth are no more productive. This doesn’t mean that there is need to educate every student in English. Mother tongue is always a language of priority and every one finds easy to learn something in their mother tongue than exogenous language; these are not my words but proved scientifically. The need of the country is to develop policy to encourage institutes in major native languages if not for all 17 languages. The present education system only tells if one have interest in research he/she has to learn English first; one wants to pursue education from IIM he/she must know advanced English; one want to be in Indian civil services he must know English; one wish to be a doctor or engineer he/she must have base in English; one’s passion is in law or CA he/she must pass the exam of English…..
I am not advocating that the present education in English medium should be abolished but advocating on behalf of those 85% who are left behind just because they don’t know English. We need to create avenue and fair chances even for those people who lack in English ability but have caliber to excel in their native language. A complete chain from education institutes to business environment in native language need to be developed before we keep ‘VISION 2020’. At this juncture we again need to learn from China, how they evolved their own language system and all major professional subjects in their native language. ‘HINDI’ is our State Language but we have no professional college with medium of instruction in native language, even regional colleges can’t dare to adopt native language as medium of instruction. We need new system and policy. This new system will take time and resources, but will be of more worth compared to investment. We can’t expect result in next 10 years but surely in next two decades.
At last, I would like to mention why I use English is not because I think of myself more educated and sophisticated but just because I am afraid of failure if the person opposite to me judge me on the language I speak; I fear to stay behind in the pace of English speaking society; hesitation to feel ashamed if someone perceives me of sub-standard because of the language I speak. To me English speaking is not by choice but forced one.
Jai Hind, Jai Hindi…
Every society is driven by economic and money always plays its role in day to day business activity. But on the other side not everyone is capable of sustaining quality life and many of them even fail to receive basic amenities. Probing for the cause to this problem one can find it to be lack of employment opportunity in job market. The balance between employment seeker and employment opportunity not only financially supports a person but also adds to country’s development. The increase in unemployed population further raises the number of dependent citizens in the country. With the steady national income and resources the country need to feed large population. Unemployment or poor quality of employment is also liable for poverty, poor education and low awareness, exploitation of workers, Naxalism and insurgency, burglarism, terrorism and such others.
The fact and figures of last few decades endorses that in-spite of high population growth and reducing area of fertile land, crop production had increased significantly but the citizens didn’t have financial resources to buy them, similar is the case with other resources. What the country needs is sufficient purchasing power in hand of citizens to avail those products and services. As per a research if 100 people get employed it further creates employment opportunity for 1000 people, may be directly or indirectly. But the slow rate of industrialization has curbed sufficient employment opportunity.
The need of the hour is planning and executing innovative business ideas which can generate adequate employment, drive economic growth and expand human welfare. The globalization and liberalization of economy of a country gives an opportunity to foreign firm to enter the domestic market but it has its own pros and cons. The terms and conditions of operation, profit sharing, capital investment, employment condition may have to be compromised by both- government and firm, in order to maintain the foreign entity’s operation in the country. At the same time, downturn in global market also affects domestic market. Globalization and liberalization of economy should be exploited in other way to strengthen and encourage entrepreneurs from within the country to grab the opportunity and take risk for bold and independent business ideas. For capital investment foreign entity can be involved. Encouraging global entrepreneurship will not only create employment but will also motivate other change agents to invent unique and alternative products and services. Sufficient employment options will also curb exploitation of workers and monopoly in the market. Global entrepreneurship will bring a revolution in market as it will increase competition and will result in better services and qualitative and cheap product’s availability in the market.
Different countries are now recognizing the entrepreneurs as ‘agent of change’ which will bring industry and business revolution in near future. The countries had formed consortium to promote these entrepreneurs. The developed country should give priority to promote domestic entrepreneurs of under developed or developing country. For expanded human welfare we need to think beyond profit. Prosperous citizen leads to prosperous nation which makes a complete world.
India, boasts a great history and unmatched diverse culture, geographically being seventh largest, 2nd largest demographically, and largest democratically country in the world, but still we are searching for our soul, spirit and moral values. The rich cultural heritage had been diluted in recent decades; the loss in moral values of Indian citizen is dragging us again towards dark ages though we dream to become super power. As per article 25 we have right to (i) profess religion; (ii) practice religion; and (iii) propagate religion thus making India a secular country. But the question is ARE WE TRUELLY A SECULAR COUNTRY? France states itself as secular, but there exists much difference in way of adopting secularism in India and France. In India we are free to adopt and perform any religion, can follow the customs of particular religion while in France the citizen is not allowed to adopt or follow any of the religion. We Indian had developed the religion as emotional rather than cultural or spiritual. India had been diversified since time immemorial assimilating all the religions and races in it. India had nourished kaleidoscope of culture. The name of the country itself states the diversity of country which assimilates all customs, the civilization which nurtured on the bank of Indus is known as India or Hindustan- the Persian word for people living on the bank of river Indus. Hindu doesn’t refer to any particular religion or belief, it’s a word used for people of the civilization near Indus river.
But the questions being raised by radicals: Did this behavior of India barred its development????
Peoples at governance both at center and states are being selected (not elected) based on their religion and caste. Even to get majority of vote bank political leaders don’t dare to flash a communal riot or fuel the spark which claims anonymously many lives. Furthermore the devastating situation is that the main plotter of the incident can’t be pointed out. Everyone claims other and all of them enjoy the impotency of investigating agencies. India is baned of such incidence since 1854, one such incident can be dated back to December 1992 followed by the ill famous Godhra Riot, wound of which is still fresh — which made the country feel ashamed globally, due to which innocent Indian families of both religion in India as well as in neighbor Muslim nations have to face the trauma. The humorous note about this incident is that different committee formed by different governing bodies gave different conclusions and none of them were found to be similar. This shows that even justice to innocence can’t be spared from political motive.
With heading towards 2014 (in-case we survive after Dec,2012 !!!) the discussion of next political party to form the next government, our next PM is growling all around. Some speculate based on performance of present government, some presumes based on communal dissension however there even exists big segment to whom this doesn’t matter at all (I feel pity on them). But when development is to be given prime concern we are fallen aback, India failed to produce such political party or even if it exists it is so malnourished to think of development of one and all, which have vision and mission to make India super power, which have way to approach commendable standard of living, which can change the definition of literacy and then can roar about its literacy percentage, which can make the economy of country prosperous.
But alas! we are still psychologically not competent enough to differentiate between communalism and development. We can be drived by some @#$%^&* people for their illicit motive. Our soul gets provoked to kill or harass someone just because he belongs to other caste, race or religion. We take pledge to the nation only for the sake of formality. The history is evident how emotions of people had been invoked to spark riots and the person who have soul motive in this flame remains far away from it, to have a safe place both physically and politically. How can these insanes be forbidden‼!
Indian politics is majorly played by only two political houses; one of them claims to be pro secular while other one always tries to become secular. But in reality none of them knows the first alphabet ‘S’ of secularism. Development of country had never been on their agenda, even during recent state elections it was observed that some major developmental decisions can be revoked so that the party gets elected to implement it, the government plays with economy and market just after election according to their wish.
For last few years India has faces that have vision of empowerment of the state he rules, who are trying hard to develop their state, improve the condition of living of its citizens, making their states to compete the economy. At the same time we also have faces who have bellied the natural resources of the states, who are making themselves lustrous on sake of others primary amenities for survival. One thing which can be said common to both type of faces is that both have to do social engineering to win the election. From this scenario can this be deciphered than even if one political party wants the development or have that vision and mission but still it have to be communally sound to get elected? Who is responsible for this situation, we the people or they the politicians?
Few scholars even argue liquor and money plays the role, but every candidate has that resource and they utilize them at best possible way. So the only way to get vote is based on social factors and even the monetary resources is also spend for those voters only. This makes us to return to the same factor to get vote- religious, casteism. Even it can’t be denied that to get favor from particular group of religion or caste their development and education had been jeopardized. They had been denied basic amenities and during every election they are lured of better facility and education which becomes a sky dream after election.
Whichever policy the government brings to develop the society it’s not possible until effective work are done in education sector, its need of the hour to remove illiteracy from the society, but who is responsible for it? Its the Government, but had you ever heard of any person hammering his own foot!‼
Now let’s move to find the solution. First question which strikes is Do Solution Exists??? As per my optimistic nature solution to every problem exists, what needed is right motive and effort to find the solution. The first needed thing is to spread awareness about importance of education and every effort should be made to educate the society not just make them literate as per definition in our law. Every citizen must be capable to understand good and bad in their society, they must know the rights and powers endowed to the citizens of India by our constitution, though this is responsibility of government but we know their situation – they are busy protecting their seat and their job has to be accomplished by us. We, in whatever capacity we can, must educate the society. Even we have to educate ourselves about communalism, casteism Vs development. We have to make over the practice of casteism endowed by our ancestors. The only solution is entrance of ethical people in politics, who have vision only of development and prosperity of nation and its citizens. One more important point is to maintain that ethical value throughout the political carrier. The person have to do ground work and have to connect himself with society on regular basis, he must know and try to solve the problem of society and must win their faith such that no liquid and liquor can change their faith during election.
The Team Kejriwal had decided to enter into active politics, though the decision is very correct as there is no solution other than politics to change the system and their movement was also good step to make the country to know their presence but as per my view this was not the right time to declare political motive. They should have waited for few more months till 2013 and must take the spark decision to enter the politics. I may not be aware of the real motive behind their decision taken so early but I know the existing political party will surely try to hamper this decision and will try hard and crook to harass the team and make their morale down. This team had given us face who can think beyond “-ISM”. It’s a matter of time whether their vision of development and corruption free country will get them in power or still “—ISM” will dominate over the voters decisions. One thing that we can do, rather I would say we must do, is to spread their vision to every nook of country.
Jai Hind Jai Bharat.