India is a country of a billion people and is still developing as a nation and trying to compete with the major world powers.
Our government is witnessing a tremendous growth of technology and scientific development whereas our environment and biodiversity is being slaughtered.
On one hand our government boasts of being the innovator of today whereas on the other hand, we still have people living in abject poverty. This shows that our government is not perfect. There exist many flaws which hinder our government from competing with the governments of different countries. These flaws need to be corrected so that India becomes a better country and a nation.
Poverty in India:
Poverty is the most glaring issue of India which requires immediate attention of our Government. Much of India’s population is below the poverty line and do not even earn the basic minimum wage. Empowerment of such people is the need of the hour. The government should ensure that they are provided with the basic amenities and that their livelihood is secure. The middlemen who deal in between the poor people and the government should be punished as they swindle away with the money. Legal aid clinics must be set up in remote areas and the correspondence of poor people with government authorities must be made easier.
Education in India:
Education in our country paints a very sad picture of the state of affairs in our country. Primary education despite being a fundamental right has still not been effectively implemented. The student teacher ratio is alarmingly disproportionate. Many government schools remain vacant because of lack of maintenance and dearth of students. The government of our country must strive to ensure that all the children below 14 years of age are given basic elementary education. Child labour should be addressed and those children should be put in schools and the government should take care of their expenses.
Health Sector of India:
India ranks very low on the overall health of its population when compared to other countries in the world. Over a hundred people die every couple of days in India because of starvation or excessive dehydration. Certain government hospitals have dearth of doctors and the patients suffering from terminal diseases. The government should ensure that more hospitals are opened and especially in the remote areas of the country where people do not get immediate medical care. It should also subsidize rates of medicines so that the poor can afford them.
Corruption is a blot on the face of our country. India ranks amongst the most corrupt nations in the world. Corruption exists in all layers of the society. It can only be minimized if the government authorities are put to trial for taking bribes and practicing nepotism.
To build a better India, the deficiencies in the aforementioned sections must be addressed. A responsible government can cure these blots in our system and lead India on the path of betterment. Also, the people of the country must individually strive to be better.