Our country fought the big fight for independence against the British rule and was successfully. Why it was successful lies in the factors beneath the struggle.
The unimaginable struggle of our great leaders and their sacrifice rests with every true patriotic even today.
We are enjoying a life of goodness, a comfortable living because people sacrificed their lives to make the country free from British rule.
If we have been living happily and at peace, we should recount on the sacrifice the great leaders of our country made during the freedom struggle. It wasn’t an easy win.
Many leaders lost their lives, many were hanged to death, they were brutally treated, and they lost their families, near and dear one.
Many stayed without food for days together and saw no light in their lives. Yet, they were determined to serve for the country and they upheld the true patriotic fervor of their motherland.
Such was the sacrifice of our great leaders that even today we salute their contribution for the country.
The soldiers of our country are posted at ultra sensitive zones near the border to guard our country from infiltrators and keep vigil at terrorist activities. It’s not easy to serve the country as a soldier.
They have to leave behind their families to stand guard near the border and other extreme areas and serve the country even without bothering for your own life.
The soldiers of our country provide a protective sheath against terrorism and help the people live at peace and harmony. It is because of the soldiers that we are able to lead a comfortable life in our homes.
If I were a leader, a political leader in particular, I would work for the benefit of these soldiers who guard our country and protect the interests of the nation at large.
I would provide their families with risk cover and help them to lead normal lives like other citizens do.
We do see politicians boasting of special schemes for families whose sons and husbands are in the army, but whether such schemes are really implemented is a big question.
I would try to enforce beneficial schemes for their welfare and provide necessary help and actions at required times.
The biggest stigma of our nation at present is ‘corruption’. As a leader, I would first try to eradicate it from the grassroots level. It is not impossible.
Using technology, we can monitor employees at government offices and other important holdings and see to it that they curb practices of corruption.
The transactions that take place in all government offices, be it banks, income tax departments, housing departments, etc. should be free and fair to all.
By curbing corruption, the nation would improve drastically and the economy will reach its zenith.
A leader’s true efforts should be seen in progress and development of the country. Education is a primary requirement of the country and spreading literacy a top priority.
Education is exactly the game changer which provides fast paced development to the country and increases its employability.
Education especially in the rural areas though has developed on a significant scale, but ranks very poor in results.
Even in cities, the poor and the impoverished cannot afford quality education at high rise international schools limiting their children’s’ talents to a school that is reachable to them.
Education to all should be implemented with the right efforts. I would make sure it’s not just on paper. I would rather fabricate schemes and implement them both in rural and urban areas.
I would work to improve the literacy ratio of the country. After education, I would work on the next biggest issue in the country and that is of employability.
The youth of today seek jobs of their choice but many are denied jobs mainly because jobs are not sufficiently created for them.
Lack of job opportunities doubled up with lack of right talent acquisition creates an imbalance between demand and procurement.
Hiring good professionals happens at the creamy layer and those in the non-creamy layers miss out on chances of getting a good job.
Free and fair job opportunities for all, irrespective of caste and creed should be first implemented to make the youth self-dependent and earn good income for their families.
I would love to throw out the system of reservation from the country’s dictionary itself. Reservation and quota system at every possible level in the country misplaces useful talent available.
It denies chances to deserving individuals and makes the society crippled at the hands of reservation. I would implement good practices in this regard.
Apart from the above major issues, I would also look into infrastructure development activities at both the rural and urban levels.
Proper planning of roads, providing good parks, maintaining cleanliness through proper garbage disposal schemes would be implemented in cities.
Proper sanitation facilities in rural areas, providing better housing facilities, good roads, would be priority in the rural areas.
Above all, I would always lead by example. I would showcase my work not just in words, but would set an example with my deeds.
I would be honest and true to myself and follow moral values without fail. I will always have an ear for people’s concerns and try to solve their problems by guiding them properly.
People would have good faith in a good leader. Trust comes from the work we do. It is easily known that for every leader, he has followers who believe in him.
Therefore, I would always show them the path of light rather than mislead them. I would set an example by maintaining hygiene in my surroundings, not littering in public places and keeping the surroundings clean.
A clean and green environment provides a good breathing place, not just for humans but also for birds, animals and other habitats to live a happy life.
I would care for the environment, help plant more trees and save the greenery around us. I would help people plant more saplings and trees in their neighborhoods and create a green future for everyone.