Aruj Arora Writes a Letter to the Prime Minister

Honourable Prime Minister of India

Today India is a country full of opportunities, and has the potential to be a superpower in the next few years, however all that potential would be a waste if we do not manage our resources well and in fact waste them because of the nuance of corruption.

I am very fond of the Congress party and the UPA Government and believe that it is the best option that people of India have if India is to move forward, however there are some issues if tackled can make the Government, finest ever.

I am a 20 year student and slowly entering in to phase where I will be self-dependent and I have started seeing the open corruption existing in India. Be it traffic police, be it the verification for passport or any other SARKARI work, corruption is prevailing, if you do not be a part of it, your work will never ever be done, thus Open Corruption at miniscule level is the first thing I want to be removed.

Another thing that irritates me is the non-representation of youth in the political parties. Politics has become the second profession for a lot of people after they finish their professional career, why? Because they have more experience? Because can run the country better? No, because they have sources, which allows them to be a part of the political parties. It would be great if there is a Youth quota bill on the lines of Women Quota bill which gives reservation to people under 40.

The third is more of a development issue, which I would like to mention. In the recent past a lot of policies of Government which were very progressive in nature have been blocked and hindered by opposition and some of the allies (or ex allies) of the government, even though I may not understand the entire number game behind it, but I suggest, for once the government should boldly endorse their policies, in fact the  opposition and other parties can criticize the policies of the Government all they want, but they shouldn’t be able to alter them, thus The government needs to  present a more firm stand on its own policies.

I hope the views of the public are read by the Government and an attempt is made to improve on the issues brought up by the people.

Aruj Arora

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