Mr. Modi’s call to South Asian nations may have been repelled by a number of political groups and their leaders, the list of beneficiaries embraces common men. It was delightful to hear that Pakistan and Sri Lanka have freed Indian fishermen in response to Mr. Modi’s invitation for the swearing-in. Wouldn’t you call this as the beginning of what the general public is aspiring of? Though the targets for the new government are many, with the presence of a visionary and proven administrator as the leader of the state, the upcoming days seem to be more secured and undisturbed. Let us take a note of few vital facts.
The subsequent aim for Mr. Modi shall be the inclusion of skilled members in his core management team. India has witnessed multiple departments, ministries, and men; however the pace of development has ever been declining. It is to be remembered that the expectations of 125 crore Indians are far more significant than the number of ministers. The nation is expecting steady reforms in almost every sphere; hence the new ministers will have to set aside their personal ambitions and will have to concentrate hard to deliver what has been projected. I am sure that the new leader will be accompanied with capable men.
The foremost section of the society that looks forward for enhanced living conditions is the underprivileged ones. Artificial jobs, free of cost foodgrains, and multiple schemes promising perks to the poor were though an inseparable part of every policy-decision in the recent past; real betterment of the underprivileged was far than attainable. The decline of regional political groups and massive support to the BJP proves that the backward section, to whichever caste/ community they belonged, have voted for a prosperous tomorrow. Discarding the luring schemes, the poor have opted for real work.
Every political party must have realized the power of the youth of the country in the general polls of 2014. Millions of newly added voters, along with the youth aspiring for better work prospects have demonstrated a fact that they seek job rather than allowance for unemployment. India must be proud of this section, which promises prosperity for all. The new government will have to work hard to bring in opportunities for the youth, along with advancement in living standards. It has to be learnt that jobs can be created with visionary capabilities and effective policy-making. Mr. Modi has to deliver more than average in this arena.
Corporates too seek a better environment for investment, manufacturing, fund allocation, and borrowing. The past ministers, if would have paid heed to the valid demands of the corporate sector; the nation would never have witnessed such a decline in the GDP. Ranging from agriculture, legislature, women safety, and judicial reforms to infrastructure, security, and education, every sector seeks swift measures from the upcoming ministers. The Planning Commission will play a vital role, and Mr. Modi’s outlook towards the organization and working of the commission predicts that we can surely look forward to constructive outcomes.