The big task ahead

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION - P SENTHIL SAR­A­VANA DU­RAI

First of all, one must thank and con­grat­u­late the Modi-led BJP gov­ern­ment in In­dia for com­plet­ing two years in of­fice and com­ing up with var­i­ous schemes and strate­gies. But at the same time, there are tough tasks ahead. To start with, the gov­ern­ment and In­dia should gear up for the va­garies of en­su­ing mon­soon. Also, the cli­mate change is­sue that poses threat to agri­cul­ture [which is the bedrock of all] must be han­dled prop­erly.

Fur­ther, In­dia is having huge por­tions of the un­tapped land and huge chunks of natural re­sources. It is time to make use of such pre­cious things to the ben­e­fit of ev­ery­one. More im­por­tantly, the In­dian gov­ern­ment should look into the bigticket plans like Sethu Sa­mu­dram Project. It should take ur­gent and se­ri­ous steps to im­prove the in­fra­struc­ture and strengthen the ed­u­ca­tional sys­tem [a great and undis­puted as­set] in In­dia apart from cre­at­ing more jobs. — Ma­ha­rash­tra, In­dia

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