Tuesday, October 15, 2013

My Delhi Manifesto

India as a country is in a very dual state as of now. On one end we’re enjoying impeccable success in fields like science and technology while on the other a few negatives like poverty and corruption keep pulling our nation behind while we dream of striding ahead. Problems like these cannot be eradicated at a single go. A lot of meticulous planning and timely execution goes into the process. There has to be a step taken with the view of change, primarily of the attitude, and further on, of the action! Every change begins from the heart! Your heart tells you that you were wrong and you feel the need to change what has been done and you act accordingly!

For the society, the people form its heart! Thus, if there has to be a change, it has to begin and come from the people, alone!

‘There’s no nation that is perfect, it has to be made so!’, a quote from the movie Rang De Basanti seems to fit in so apt at this juncture where we stand. Delhi, the capital of India stands tall in spite of everything it faces! Many problems, hidden injuries, some scars affecting the grandeur but it manages to maintain its eternal peace and beauty for the onlooker. It indeed is the heart of the nation, we referring to it as Dilwalon Ki Dilli isn’t a co-incidence after all! If there’s a change that India has to see, we believe it should begin from the heart and thereby spread to the other states as well.

Below are some of the very important points I want to cover in My Delhi Manifesto:

1. Transparency in Governance

2. JanLokPal bill in effect

3. Safe for Women Delhi

4. Enhanced electricity generation

5. Repairing of potholes and non-littered roads

6. Accident-free Delhi

7. Reduction in increasing number of beggars on the street

8. Better urban transportation system (apart from Delhi Metro)

9. Minimal crime capital

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