The next area of influence I would try to work upon would be the education of the masses. My aim would be to spread computer, internet and telephone lines to the remotest village of the country. India is a democratic country. About one-third of its population is still illiterate. Unless it is checked, our country can not progress. With all these priorities I would also try to ensure infusion of patriotism in the younger generation. No doubt, if wishes were horses, beggars would ride, but who knows a stroke of good luck may elevate me to this high position in the country.
This puts our head in shame. The second thing I will do will be the fullest and genuine attention to the poorest and the lowliest. I would guarantee that all bad characters no affair that. Sometimes I really wonder at the whereabouts of our patriots of the early decades of this very Century, where are they, and have we stopped producing the like now? I would turn it into a country to which people would feel proud to be the Indians. He runs the governance of the country.
Sometimes I truly wonder at the whereabouts of our nationalists of the early decennaries of this very Century. It is this heritage of making baboo that we have continued for the last so many decennaries. For social changes I would mobilise and encourage non Government agencies because I feel that social changes can be brought about smoothly only by social welfare organisation and not laws of the Government. Some of the party men are likely to be found guilty. This puts our head in shame. These work forces chose to do a difference and nevertheless small. My next step as Prime Minister would be to strengthen1 the defence of the country.
The distribution system of essential conunodities would be made more effective. It has a history of long-standing tolerance and peace. It appears that we have just nothing of our own and we are learning and have learnt everything from the West. A sound mind and good physical health are the pre-requisites of any development. Though the highest office is that of the President, yet the Prime Minister is more powerful. Jawaharlal Nehru I found him too soft as a Prime - Minister.
It is the seventh-largest country by geographical area, the second-most populous country, and the most populous democracy in the world. This would not mean that we stop learning from the west no, not at all. India will be a great power and no other country will dare attack India. This would stop brain-drain, one of the major problems of India. Every unemployed person would be given suitable job according to his or her qualifications and merits.
The common people are more concerned with their comforts. The hoarders and businessmen would not take under advantage of the things because of strict rules. The next area of influence I would try to work upon would be the education of the masses. Moreover, there would be a uniform civil code for all. Tagore and so many other leaders of our country envisioned an India far better than what we have made it today. I would go through the history of former Prime Ministers of my nation and make a careful analysis of the details, events and happenings that affected the nation in the past. He represents the country and is regarded as the first among equals.
My heart feels so very hurt when I see all around me the influence of westernisation in our country. India is our country too not just the politicians and we must contribute towards building a better India, one envisioned by Tagore, by Gandhi, by us. Any evolution now is possible only of mind, its intellect and thinking power which differentiates men from the animals. You cannot get any work done unless you grease the palm of the concerned officials. The highest executive of the largest democracy of the world, what a promising position, what a status, and Oh! The Prime Minister of India, aha! I would make India strong, self. I would give priority to establish a society free from fear and insecurity by encouraging universal brotherhood.
First of all, a country must be very strong in military and economic terms. The second thing I will do will be the fullest and genuine attention to the poorest and the lowliest. Through periodic meetings, Centre- State relationship would be strengthened. If ever I am lucky enough to become the Prime Minster of India, I shall bring about tar-reaching changes in various fields. Independents and regional parties will not be allowed to contest. Potable water is a rare commodity for many people living in the remote areas. If you follow Indian politics, can you shortlist a few politicians who are below 45? If ever I am lucky enough to become the Prime Minster of India, I shall bring about tar-reaching changes in various fields.
My aim would be to spread. I would make education mandatory for all. Since black money is the money on which tax has not been paid, I will see to it that that evasion is reduced to a minimum. Since my early childhood I had a dream to become the Prime Minister of India. For social changes I would mobilise and encourage non Government agencies because I feel that social changes can be brought about smoothly only by social welfare organisation and not laws of the Government. Dealing with the daily affairs of the country, is not easy, so, this positions, this status, this name are not without the demerits. It is a shame for us that we are the biggest poor country in the world.