Tuesday, December 1, 2015

India, Indians and Vikashgan

Since 1947, when India got independence, we the people of India stepped on a journey to become a major power in the world and bring back the glory of our Country (the Golden Bird).  The journey took one of the biggest turn on 26th of January 1950. On this date India became a sovereign socialist republic.

Here comes the Indian federal system in existence and Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru led first government was formed, however Pt. Nehru took oath as the Prime Minister of India on 15th of August 1947. From that day until now India got 18 Prime Ministers and 16 assemblies.

Last year when India was on the verge to elect their representatives for the 16th general assembly, despite all the local issues, the national issues were on top of the priority list like back money, road, price hike, education, unemployment, proper farming facilities, medical problems, poverty and many more.

The Indians were wishing to get rid of all badly clutched bloodsucker problems sooner than later. In 2014, Narendra Damodardas Modi was projected as the face of Prime Ministerial candidate by BJP. His speeches of ‘Aache Din’, ‘Sab Ka Sath Sab Ka Vikas’, gathered attention from all across India. It might be the first time that youth, senior citizens, ladies all were interested in listening Mr. Modi, from every corners of eastern, western, northern or southern India.

Finally on 16th of May 2014 the general elections result was announced which put a break on all the speculation. BJP became the largest single party with clear majority. By now it was clear that BJP led NDA government was coming to power which was headed by Narendra Modi. The expectations escalated. It was like a dream come true and now the ‘Aache Din’ was on the door step, just a fingertip away. As the day passes by the vision of Modi government ‘Make in India’, ‘Digital India’, ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ etc. took the expectation of common people to an extreme.

Now it’s almost end of 2014. Discussions all round on various topics about the government. Discussions whatever may be but there does not seems to be any notable change in the society and in the life of common people. On the name of change we have seen a new dream of Bullet Train from the eyes of our Prime Minister Modi. When the ‘Aache Din’ will come we witness, for the time being we have only ‘Aache Sapne’ (Good Dream).

It is the fact that in last 60 years we draw attention of world towards India, whether its tourism, industry, technology or in any other sectors.  

Nevertheless government will very soon complete second year and will continue till tenure of five years as BJP led government has the majority in the lower house. 

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