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Don’t deviate from core issues

We need to choose a vocation of our choice (what you love to do), learn it properly and start doing it sincerely. That is the secret of success. If you like to be a plumber, learn this work or if you like to be a heavy vehicle driver gain mastery over it and start driving. Don’t ask the government to fetch you black money and share with you as it is unlikely to happen. The government must seek assistance from German, Japanese work men to teach impart para-medical and automation skills to youth. Training must be imparted to youth so that they can acquire skills which will enable them to find employment and set up their own workshops. India is facing shortage of electricians therefore training must be offered to youth for addressing this issue. In our country, we must focus on the work of enhancing electric power generation and distribution.

People must be allowed to eat what they want and the government must not dictate what people should eat. Let people decide whether they want to have vegetarian or non-vegetarian food as per their food habits. The government must not create a mountain out of molehill.

Politicians are trying to create a division in the society by bringing the beaf issue to the forefront. They are already earning good money and draw pension but the common man has to struggle hard for earning his livelihood. Why should the beef issue get too much mileage when there are so many other issues which need urgent attention?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi finally broke his silence over the Dadri incident and urged people to fight against poverty and not against each other. Modi also added that the country has to stay united. According to him only communal harmony and brotherhood will take the nation forward. The remarks came a day after President Pranab Mukherjee raised concerns over the incidents of communal tensions in the country. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said law and order is the prime responsibility of the state and the Constitution does not permit the Centre to directly intervene in such matters. Singh said BJP neitherbelieved or indulged in politics of caste or religion. Singh also said that some persons might be trying to take mileage by creating communal tension but in a healthy democracy this should not be done. He said that efforts should be taken to maintain communal amity and brotherhood.

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