Over and over again, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked our country, especially its youth, to commit to ushering in a new period called ‘Amrit Kaal,’ with the lofty aim of transforming India into a developed country within the next quarter century. India is one of the world’s largest and oldest democracies, and its rich human resources and substantial economic strength make it a country whose citizens all share a common desire to see it flourish into a modern, prosperous superpower. These natural advantages, along with strongly ingrained beliefs and values, create a robust basis for driving the country to the forefront of progress and innovation.
It is vitally important that as we set out on this journey, the distinctive Indian culture and identity be protected and fostered. In this setting, there are a number of catalytic aspects that should be carefully considered. It is our honour and responsibility as true Indian nationalists to work for the day when India would be a fully developed nation.
Elimination of corruption
The elimination of corruption is a crucial catalyst that may hasten and smooth out the path to progress. Our country has been afflicted by corruption for far too long, and it must be tackled head-on if we are to finally free ourselves from its corrosive effects. The Constitution, which provides the foundation for our growth objectives, must be upheld at all costs.
Rights and Equality
Fundamental concepts that contribute to India’s flourishing and development include the promotion of social, economic, and political fairness, as well as liberty and equality. Equal rights for men and women, as well as respect for the inherent worth of every person, are foundational to our progress. In addition, national interests must be protected, and national unity and integrity must be preserved, for growth to proceed without hitch.
Effective initiatives at the local and governmental levels are needed to speed up this process. There are numerous things that may be done to help our country progress, such as improving education, updating infrastructure, encouraging urban planning, switching to renewable energy sources, empowering women, and reforming our political system.
These and other triggers will multiply India’s efforts to join the ranks of the developed world. Actions must accompany the promise of a better future if we are to usher in the long-awaited ‘Amrit Kaal,’ an age of unprecedented economic expansion and soaring national pride.