Giving their honest take on the present conditions and what changes could take place, celebrities share changes they want to see in the country.
Opening up on all of this and much more, celebrities share changes they want to see in the country.
From education to stricter laws, celebrities share changes they want to see in the country.
Jasmin Bhasin says, “I feel that the most important change that needs to come about in a country like ours is education. That is the basis of how everything functions in our country. We need to educate people and make sure that they put this education to good use by providing them with suitable employment opportunities”.
Sharad Malhotra said, “I want there should be dog shelters in every area because pets give unconditional love yet they are not taken care of as we can see stray dogs all over”.
Mrunal Jain shares, “Girls should be trained in martial arts in school as a mandate. Girls should be encouraged to play sports as well. I feel like the development of the girl child in a country like India is important. There is still a lot of discrimination that is done on the basis of gender”.
Meera Deosthale asserts, “Well, there are a lot of things for sure… but one thing that comes to my mind immediately is safety for women and kids. I have friends from north India, who still don’t go out after 7 pm. I have been brought up in Gujarat and my parents haven’t had to worry if I was returning home by 9 pm or even later. This should be the case in the entire country”.
Vijayendra Kumeria adds, “I think we need to firstly work on eradicating poverty from our country. That is the first and foremost thing that we need to do for the people of our country. The second thing is education. There are still places in our country which don’t support the education of girls. This needs to change”.
Aly Goni says, “So first of all, I want everyone in our country should get three meals a day. In our country, the poverty rate is the highest. And it is very tough to get 1-2 meals a day for a daily wage worker. Running water, electricity, shelter, education for everyone…these things are also a must. More than half of our population is below the poverty line. I want our government should think about that rather than making statues. Let’s give them jobs, give them food”.