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India is a Developed or Developing Country?

BY: Naveen Kumar Challa | Category: Politics | Submitted: 2012-11-28 12:21:37
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Article Summary: "India is said to be developing country from last five decades, inspite of the advancement in various fields. I try to explore the reasons and given my views regarding the poor being poor and rich being rich. Young Indians need to take initiative to get rid of this name of developing country and make it developed country..."


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Being a democratic country, India has significant discrepancies in economy development ranging from poor to rich. The loop hole of factors in these developing societies is bribe, inequality, apprehension from government. Rules and regulations work only for common citizens not to those who can influence the person in the government body, and able to amend the law and capable of changing the rule to their own needs. As per Robert Kennedy "Each time a person stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others. He sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring, those ripples build a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance." For example Kisan Babu Rao Hazare popularly known as Anna Hazare who is social activist try to bring the change in the country by the way of anti-corruption law through Jan Lokpal Bill in the country. It is a massive moment and created large size ripples among the young Indians and exerted lot of pressure on the Indian government to enact a stringent anti-corruption as envisaged in the Jan Lokpal bill. The moment started well but could not sustain for a long time because government officials thought that this would affect their role and have a feeling that they are not going to be the governing body to the public. Moreover, by this law many of the government officials are going to be jailed under this law. So, they are been opposed to introduce this bill in the parliament and making lot of changes to this law.

The other valid reason for slow development of the country is awareness of their rights among the public. For example most of the Indians are paying taxes and are least bother to know what happens to this money. Government is also not transparent in showing how these taxes are been spent for the development of the country. One more important point is that the government is making policies for poor people but least bother to find out whether they are really reaching the poor. The fact is that most of the services that are been allotted to poor people is misused by rich people and government is not into action to prevent this. Identifying real poor people is a big challenge in front of the government.

India is developing in terms of science and technology, architecture, employment, and production. However the question is whether this development is useful for the development of the poor people is a question. Example for this is slums in Mumbai are surrounded by significant industrialization. There are rich people living next to the poor people. How we could answer that poor people are always poor and rich were becoming richest?

Young Indian guns are the true hope for Indian development and they are the future of India. The only hope now left for young Indians is to self realize that they have to lead in front in every aspect to solve the issues raised. They should be pertinent and strong enough to solve the problems. They have to fight against the corruption, bribe and fraud for a long term to preserve everybody right to live happily. Otherwise India is going to be developed country in imagination only. Young Indian should not only to involve in various professions but also take politics it self as profession. Apart from that every Indian should be responsible for to fulfill their duties and also preserve their rights.

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