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Politicians are not Role models anymore now.

Politicians are not Role models anymore now

Post MBA exam results, Group Discussion will be crucial for MBA admission so it is advised to read and practice with variety of topics. In following GD topic, you will be getting some points with divergent views which you can pick up and develop.  Today, you will read GD topic:  

Politicians are not Role models anymore now
India has given birth to powerful and heroic citizens like Mahatma Gandhi, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Bhagat Singh and many more. The power and charisma exhibited by them still rules the world. The youth, even though these people have become history today, rank them as their role models and live by their preaching. 
Swami Vivekananda, whose preaching has swept the world off their feet, is still the role model for the empowering and growing India.
So, why does the youth have to look at the past to glorify their future? The leaders and politicians of today’s era don’t exhibit that charisma and the righteousness that the leaders of the past did. Today, the leaders are more worried about themselves than the nation. They have become increasingly corrupt, signalling wrong ways to the youth.
If the youth of today looks at the present political scenario, what would his learning be? The religious and social divide, the vote bank hue and cry, chaos, ever growing gap between the rich and the poor and, to top it all we have petty issues among the politicians that cause a wider gap in every possible growth situation. 
The youth of today wishes to be part of making India a super power. They are engaged in empowering India. They need role models that can help them in making India a better place. They don’t believe in a single religion and, the divide caused by this religion goes beyond them. They believe globalization is the key and, education is the way to get India to the top.
Can any of the political leaders who occupy the stage help them in achieving these causes without their own selfish interests placed in them? Role models need to be bold and daring filled with enthusiasm and honesty. They should have a single goal in mind towards which they work and, that goal should be beautifully defined. 
Eklavya, Arjun are all mythological characters but, they have been accepted as role models even today. With the corrupt brains and selfish interests, the political leaders of today lack everything that it takes to be role models for the youth today.