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Government should engage in constructive work

We have been hearing reports on television about Dharm Jagran Manch leader Rajeshwar Singh who has said that they he will make India free from Christianity and Islam by December 31, 2021. He has even said that Christians and Muslims essentially have no right to live in India. Singh is not clean shaven and looks like a lunatic but our TV channels find nothing better to broadcast. How foolish is this man. He thinks that Muslims and Christians are poor and uneducated so he will change them. Rajeshwar doesn’t realize that many people belonging to both religions are more capable and are doing better job than him. It is surprising that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat are silent and asking him to mend his ways. Such utterances are a major hindrance in the development of the nation. Modi is more vocal outside the Parliament but remains mum inside it. He should be more expressive and prolific inside the house.

We must work to enhance electric power generation, concentrate on maintenance of the railways, work to increase industrial production instead of wasting time on negative pursuits. Last week, we had boarded Pushpak Express from Mumbai but the train was running three hours behind schedule due to power failure. A lot of work needs to be done for improving the efficiency of railways. Passenger fares must be hiked in the next Railway budget to offset the rising operational costs.

We must work to instill discipline in our citizens. There is too much slackness and carelessness. We have noticed the District Magistrate of Bulandshahr B. Chandrakala scolding municipal employees for performing shoddy work. The video of the same went viral on social media. In the video, Chandrakala pointed out the poor quality of the tiles being used for road construction when the tiles shattered instantly after a man hit the two of them against each other.

The DM of Mumbai and Thane must emulate her. People don’t tend to take their work seriously unless officials don’t become strict. Terrorism has become a major threat to India so we must drastically improve our criminal justice system and bring the culprits to book quickly instead of telling Pakistan what to do. There is a need to concentrate on real work on the ground.

ISRO is doing a good job by working to enhance the technical capabilities of its workforce. Training must be imparted to more electricians, welders, machinist, motor vehicle drivers etc. While commuting, I learnt that the police department is grappled with the shortage of efficient drivers. More youth belonging to every religion must undergo training to resolve the problem of skill shortage. The VHP should impart heavy vehicle driving training to 100 Hindu youth. There is lot of loose talk going on and Modi cannot be happy with this situation. He has been extremely vocal in the past and he must appeal to the youth to work for the nation’s development.

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