Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Does India Need To Be Transformed?

From the deep rooted corruption to unshakable gang rapes, every indian citizen demands change in the country to help them lead a safe and secure life.

How can we replace the current years of scams, scandals, flimflam, frauds with the future of growth, development, recovery and opportunities?

How can we craft a stronger, richer, healthier and transparent nation?

How do we get our hands on poverty, rape cases, thefts, caste system,  narcissistic corrupted politicians and terrorism?

  • Capital Punishment
We have capital punishment for murders but not for rapes, why? Murder takes off the life of victim, rapists takes off the willingness to lead a happy life. Critics say it is against human rights. Does the act of criminals raping innocent girls fearlessly lies in favour of human rights? Incorporating the law of capital punishment for rapists in the Indian Penal code will curtail the number of rape cases tremendously thus giving a way for innocent people to lead a happy life.

  • Heavy Penalty On Molestation
Nowadays, the trend for eve-teasing and molestation have taken sky scraping positions. In the case of molestation, no heavy charge is taken against the criminals, may be kept captive for a day or two which runs them out of fear and encourage them to perform this atrocity again. The criminals must be held responsible for such acts by imposing monetary compensation on them.

  • Mandatory Defensive Sport
The government of India must positively pass a law wherein every school must be held liable to impart any defensive sports training like karate or martial arts to the students especially girls. This law might change the face of nation completely few years down the line.

  • Gender Equity
Decades ago, gender inequality was vehement in India, in fact the whole world was the sufferer. With time, inequality reduced but not evacuated. Gender discrimination still persists in some of the small and poor villages where today also, boy is sent to school to attain great knowledge while leaving the girl to taste the dirt of other houses. Women is given a secondary status in society despite of women's movements and activism. It is imperative to carry out a campaign in such villages and introduce them  to the changed nation in terms of discrimination. Let them know how girls are taking a toll over boys with respect to studies, curricular activities, taking initiatives and professionally.

  • Education System
Education is the key to success. Yes, we do need a legitimate education system in place. Apparently, schools build out of high investments are expensive but have all the facilities and materials available whereas, low grade schools lack essential amenities required for every student. All schools must have the same access to materials, development and top most faculties to ensure the future betterment of India. Instead of investing in fancy infrastructure of schools, if the education minister invests in the education system, well trained teachers, curricular activities; every penny will worth the future of our nation. Additionally, weak students do not have an easy way out. Introduction of tutorials especially for students requiring additional attention will help them great way to learn and grow.

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