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India is a democratic country. The people are the real rulers. They elect their representatives to the Parliament. The leader of the majority party is chosen to run the Govt. He has a team of cabinet ministers to help him in his heavy duties.
At present the country is passing through difficult times. There is a danger from her immediate neighbours — China and Pakistan. She can expect an attack on her borders any time. The economic condition of the country is far from satisfactory. The prices of the necessities of life-foodgrains, cloth, etc.— are rising everyday. There is discontentment and violence. Leftist forces are gathering strength. The wealth of the country is in the hands of the few rich — the Tatas, the Birlas and the Dalmias.
If I were the Prime Minister of India, I would tap all the sources and see that the money now in the hands of a few is utilised by the nation at large. Once this huge amount is under the control of the government, the disparity which exists between the rich and the poor, between the haves and the have-nots would disappear. This money can then be used to better the lot of the poorer classes. I would give top priority to education, agriculture and setting up of new industries. These schemes would provide food for all, protection against disease and old age and better housing facilities. There would be work for all. Production would increase. Unemployment would disappear. There would be no discontentment. The country would move on the path of progress.
My next step as Prime Minister would be to strengthen1 the defence of the country. I would see that enough funds are set apart for defence production. Ordnance factories would be set up. Aeroplanes, bombers and modern weapons of warfare would be manufactured in India. The armed forces would be equipped with the most sophisticated weapons. The country would be a match for any enemy that dares attack her.
Next I would turn my attention to wide spread corruption, nepotism and favouritism in government offices. I would see that all corrupt officials are punished. I know that this is a difficult work. Some of the party men are likely to be found guilty. I would, however, be very hard on those who are found guilty. I would, surely invite much criticism for this but I would not mind it. I know that the country is with me in my noble work. The office of the Prime Minister is not a bed of roses. The Prime Minister has to tackle many problems. I am sure I would solve these problems one by one.