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आज का युवा सरकार से शिकायत नहीं, साझेदारी चाहता है ! | Rajasthan Election



50 years ago, रोटी, कपड़ा और मकान were the top issues amongst the society. The ecosystem has evolved, so as needs. Today Zomato, Flipkart and Housing are things people look for.

India is the fastest growing economy in the world, we are evolving, innovating and indeed making a dent on the universe. Youth aka कर्णधार are major stakeholders for this change. Issues like Entrepreneurship, Mental Health, Social Work, Vocational Education, Sharing economy are what the young India talks and cares about. We believe in access more than ownership, collaboration than complaints.

Political parties bring their manifesto during elections and do make efforts to implement it during their tenure, however, if ruling party changes, agenda changes, but people and issues are same. We need to work more on systems where governance is not like royalty but more like democracy.



Expressed my opinion & expectations on behalf of young entrepreneurs of India, along with an eminent panel of educationalist, journalist and social workers wrt upcoming elections at Rajasthan on Rajyasabha TV's Talk Show, Desh Deshantar. It was broadcasted on Dec 3, 2018 on National Television. You can also watch it online now on Youtube: https://youtu.be/N8XqorQcSas




I sincerely request citizens of Rajasthan to Vote, it's always important to have an opinion instead of having no opinion at all.

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