Shivendra Rai Writes a Letter to the Prime Minister

Respected sir,

Congratulation to your government for achieving a mint success regarding the execution of a part time Indian Ajmal Kasab.  Around 150 people were purged to death by this “kasai’s” involvement, his execution was a joy ride for your government. But an execution wrapped in 25 crore suspension was a problem I observed. Spending this amount on around 6,000 child beggars roaming at signals could have been a better option than spending on this “butcher”.

A shift from “terrorism, terrorism and terrorism” to “corruption corruption and corruption”.

Sir your innocent image has been exposed and you have been proven to be the weakest PM’s India ever had, working as a toy on those hands of Sonia Gandhi. I am not saying that Congress party is the generators of corruption and you being its silenced leader, it doesn’t matter which party set “this ball of snow” but please don’t let this “ball rolling” because it always increase. Congress targeting BJP, BJP targeting Congress but you are turning out to be a mere silence customer hanging out there to complete your term. There were prime ministers like Lal Bahadur Shastri, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who took a stand and not only the oppositions but the entire nation followed them, but you look an inverse function with Sonia “Italy ki maharani” as a domain. Placing ban on Ramdev’s herbal medicine will not lead to any cure on corruption. Get the nation’s money back from foreign is the only request to you sir.

Around 40 percent of Indians live below the poverty line. Disparities in distribution of wealth are the main cause of continuing poverty in India.  High inflation rates continue to drag the entire Indian economy down the poverty pit. Please take certain appropriate steps to reduce such foundation. A renowned economist’s government facing problems in market economy is a sincere concern.  The widening income gap between the rich and the poor over the years has taken a new rise under your span of power. I am a middle class man and looks like the rise in price will soon make a prominent member of the “poor class”.

Petrol, diesel, etc prices are on all time high, looks like few wealthy in the society would control almost everything.

Sir a request to regularize the unorganized sector in India. Almost 400 million people – more than 85% of the working population in India – work in the unorganized sector. Of these, at least 120 million are women.

Thank you.

Shivendra Rai

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