If I Would Be the President of India

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If ever I am lucky enough to become the President of India, I shall bring about tar-reaching changes in various fields. First of all, I shall try my level best to make my country a strong and self respecting nation. India will be a great power and no other country will dare attack India. The second thing I will do will be the fullest and genuine attention to the poorest and the lowliest. I shall Endeavour to give full employment to at least one member of each house-hold. It will be my attempt to keep the prices under control. I shall try to streamline the public distribution system further and supply the essential commodities to the poor at subsidized rates. I shall try to make the taxation system more useful and rational. Whereas the rich may be taxed heavily, the poor and the middle classes will be spared. In my opinion, the salaried people require relief in particular. The third thing, to which I shall devote my energy, is the education system. I shall raise its standard and make it based on merit and for all. The examination system will be over-hauled, so that there is no copying and the real merit of a student is readily discernible. Much more attention will be given to admission to professional colleges on the basis of merit. There will be reservation only on economic grounds and not on caste basis. The fourth thing deserving my fullest attention will be the population control. Without it, our country will be ruined. Then I shall also take care of important and productive fields like agriculture, industry, oil production, mining, increase in exports etc. Above all, I shall try to raise the moral standard of the people and make them more patriotic. I shall also try to root out evils of terrorism, communalism, provincialism, drug-taking, dowry system, drinking etc. In India now much more attention is being given to child health and education. Still, it is not enough. Still, the girl child is greatly ignored, especially in poor families and rural...
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