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Chandra Babu Naidu Sir Speech at Mandhthan

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  1. 1. YuvagarjanYuvagarjan Future IndiaFuture India
  2. 2. india’sindia’s journeyjourney 1947 to 1991 political monopoly with a growth rate of 4% Benefits reaped until 2009 1991 initiated economic reforms with compulsion under the leadership of Shri PV Narasimha Rao 1994 to 2004 TDP, UF and NDA’s progressive policies kick started the growth engine
  3. 3. Knowledge Society People’s Government Job Creation World class infrastructure path breakingpath breaking initiativesinitiatives Government ofGovernment of Andhra PradeshAndhra Pradesh 1994 – 20041994 – 2004
  4. 4. path breakingpath breaking initiativesinitiatives Government of IndiaGovernment of India 1996 – 20041996 – 2004 Other Reforms Digital Connectivity Infrastructure
  5. 5. indiaindia todaytoday
  6. 6. Reasons: - Poor & Inefficient Governance - Corruption - Policy Paralysis - Terrorism UPA 1 inherits good governance of previous Governments & UPA 2 inherited the sins of UPA1 Back to pre 91 scenario, with a growth rate under 5% state ofstate ofthe nationthe nation
  7. 7. Indian rupee devaluation No investments = No jobs Schemes have become mere slogans: - Food Security - MNREGA Agri sector in doldrums Price Rise Law and order failure nationalnational crisiscrisis
  8. 8. UttarkhandUttarkhand DisasterDisaster Case StudyCase Study
  9. 9. “You believe that government is the problem, and not the solution”
  10. 10. why i believe india has awhy i believe india has a bright future!bright future! - 25% population is between the age 18-30 vs. 19% of China - 50% population is under the age of 25 vs 37% of China - Hindustan to Youngistan by 2020! - Strong Family structure - Highly Spiritual ethos Young IndiaYoung India Social FabricSocial Fabric of Indiaof India
  11. 11. india can… Assets: - Knowledge Resources - Natural Resources - Law of the Land - Vibrant Democracy Road Less Travelled: - Administrative Reforms - Fiscal Reforms - Judicial Reforms - Electoral Reforms - Political Reforms
  12. 12. SMART Governance - SIMPLE - MORAL - ACCOUNTABLE - RESPONSIVE - TRANSPARENT administrativeadministrative reformsreforms
  13. 13. Ban ` 500 and ` 1000 notes Mandate all financial transactions via bank Tax reforms - Simplified and reduced taxation - Eradication of Hawala and Swiss Bank transactions fiscalfiscal reformsreforms
  14. 14. In 1996, 43% of urban youth interested in politics. Today it is 71% 46% of youth believe their vote doesn’t make a difference Historic opportunity to make India the most dominant force globally Yuva Garjan!!! act nowact now
  15. 15. “We are responsible for what we are, andwhateverwewishourselvestobe, we have the power to make ourselves. If what we are now has been the result of our own past actions, it certainly follows that whatever we wish to be in the future can be produced by our present actions; so we have to know how to act.” - Swami Vivekananda
  16. 16. collective pledge…collective pledge… Our vision of India is a state where poverty is totally eradicated…a knowledge and learning society built on the values of hard work, honesty, discipline and a collective sense of purpose.