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Before the elections, politicians in India spend a lot of time and money on winning the trust of the citizens. They do so by making promises, but after the elections, they forget their roles and responsibilities.
Even today, we witness a number of politicians assuring the public that they will provide food subsidies, job opportunities, and reduce inflation, but so far, none of their attempts have been successful. Inflation is on the rise – in fact, the rate of inflation increased by 0.36% in September as compared to August 2013.
Also, food prices have gone up – according to data published by the government, onion prices have increased by 322% in some cities in India. It is evident that India’s economy is dwindling and the population is feeling the pressure of inflation; yet, the government seems to be nonchalant about the entire scenario because it is busy giving speeches and rallies to gain votes for elections.
Almost all political parties are competing with each other to hold more rallies with backup of claims and counter claims on numbers for attendance at rallies. Prominent parties like Congress and BJP keep on taking head on each other on speeches being given by their PM in waiting candidates.
The Congress had also planned four “Thanksgiving” rallies to express gratitude to the United Progressive Alliance government for passing the food security bill.
Politicians need to realize that by simply giving speeches and passing bills, the Indian economy will not flourish. The government needs to carry out proper programs to ensure that food reaches the masses.
The government does not have the resources to feed the masses because the country’s current account deficit stands at Rs 1,341 billion and the Food Security Bill will increase government’s expenses by Rs 1,415 billion.
So, as per the data and the resources of the government, it is not practical to feed the masses. Yet, politicians seem to be harping on this issue and assuring people of food security.
It is an ongoing phenomenon in the Indian society where politicians make promises before the elections but fail to fulfill them after winning the elections. If governance issues were important to the politicians, they would spend more time and resources on solving people’s problems instead of publicizing their so-called capabilities.
Capable politicians need not spend millions on election rallies because their work would speak for itself and people would automatically choose them as leaders.