How Can India Become a Developed Country?

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Hello people... There is one issue which I would like to inform you people not about sports or any player .. But ABout OUr Country INDIA ... As there are many people who come here to comment I want everyone to know the status OF INDIA on the WORLD Over... See I accept INDIA is a very Beautiful place and even the people here gud to the visitors to INDIA and take care with excellent hospitality and care... INDIA is very different to other countries very Unique..

People I would like to call upon to youngsters of future India to stand up and make India better and Best in coming years.. See our India is basically base to rural india and later on improved on till now... But there are lot of developments to be done.. and very difficult to achieve and compete with other countries IF we have these inefficient politicians and depend on them to make india better.. But we as citizens of the country need to wake up and strive hard.. no matter what our qualification is or how much rich we are .. it all depends on one AIM TO MAKE INDIA BEST and interest, pride and caring to the country we live in...

As a citizen of our country INDIA.. I have one plan and message to all you people here..First of all NGOS or Social organizarions to be set up in our country in every city, town, village to cater to needs of people in all respects by eminent people and it should be run we the people of INDIA....and funding to be done BY all citizens of india..

Why is this?. See there are taxes paid to government by all we employed indians and INCOME TAX, Commercial tax, VAT and etc... All these different taxes have to be removed from the system and fixable taxes to be paid to th governement By all citizens of india including students and unemployed, housewives, employed, ministers and all ...

Every month each citizens responsibility to pay a fixed amount to the NGO/ social organisation minimal fee and tgis fund to be used for daily needs of people categirically fix funds for needs,

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