Top Immediate Term Priorities for the Government

Rajendra ji -

We want Modi ji to focus on these 5 things at the earliest:

1) Strong laws against anti corruption (whatever it may be called) - This will be a great boost and mute a lot of nay sayers who claim BJP/Modi would not do much on corruption front. It will also reduce AAP noise.

2) Simplifying doing business - Reduction in the types of taxes and reducing the actual taxes if possible. reduce the number of permissions required to start business in India

3) Boosting Investment and Jobs - A road show to Indian and International companies that India is finally ready for real business.

4) Women and Child Safety - Strong support network and strict/fast action against anyone who is a culprit for Women/Child abuse

5) Strong Anti Terrorism/Security action plan - India wont' tolerate infiltrators and will take swift action against any acts of terrorism. Zero tolerance.

Also, as others has suggested, please stay connected with citizens and make it mandatory for your MPs to connect. I see what you have done here through this circle as quite an innovative approach to opening governance for citizens. Keep such connectivity alive for the entire term and act on it.

Aditya Goyal
Sector 44
Noida more  

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Sri Nishith Sharma's version of addressing the public administration as a whole , is absolutely correct which was purposefully set aside by the previous Parties that ruled the State and the States .
This is the simplest way of prompt administration but , integrity , nationalism , duty-bound are only the needed to be planted / implemented / enforced . more  
Whatever others may say,the way top bureaucrats have been put to task is commendable. Now the need is to make them percolate the new culture down the line. That is the only way to fight corruption & lethargy bedevilling the present system.
No number of laws, stricter than the strictest will give desired results if the officer or the lowest rung constable/clerk is uninterested to implement it.
So, it will require persistent effort & patience.
Afterall, Rome was not built in a day. more  
The ills in Society and the Evils of the Nation like 1 . Cheating Financial institutions2. Adulterating & Contaminating Processing Businesses 3. Deceitful Business Companies concealing Income & intending Corruption 4. Failure of Law & Order activity in Policing 5. Theft and Robbery of National Wealth & Public Properties even in the Form of NGOs , political Parties 6. Political participants possessing Criminal F I R and or Court Summons are in deed to be dealt-with with legitimate weapons of Curb of Currency above Rs.100/- , Settling the Land with Resurvey confining to the Acts in force .

In deed these 8 are the prime needs to have a reasonable rule . more  
Top 5 according to me are; 1. Water /Lake conservation (70% or more or rural and water is required to have crops, promotes green cover, lesser food cost, etc), 2. Simplify doing buz, 3. Internal security, 4. better tax laws and 5. build better defense more  
Agreed. Education and Health Care should also be added. Too much corruption and lack of accountability. more  
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