TV stars reveal their hopes and dreams for India this Republic Day
We all love our country and have our own set of hopes, dreams and aspirations for it. This Republic Day, we talk to TV stars to find out the changes they would bring in India, if they were to become the Prime Minister of the country
Ssharad Malhotraa: If I become a Prime Minister, I would levy heavy fines for people throwing garbage anywhere; no compromises. India should be pollution and corruption free nation that would be my objective as a responsible PM.
Shashank Vyas: I would first work towards making India clean. My second act would be to end corruption and heavily penalise offenders. Also, women’s safety would be a subject which I would include in our curriculum and I would also work towards prisoners’ rights and fix our legal system.
Mohammed Nazim: I would ensure that fitness is included as a subject in all schools and colleges along with making sure that people living in rural areas get proper nutrition and hygienic conditions to stay. Fitness should be compulsory, because fit people are happy people.
Gunjan Utreja: I am not sure that any real changes can be implemented in one day. But if given an opportunity, I would like to do something in the field of education. Teachers are the most important pillars in building a generation, and they do not get the respect or privileges in comparison to the value they add. I would allocate more budget resources to education and provide more facilities and privileges to teachers. It's high time we realize teachers help in nation building.
Rashami Desai: If I become the PM, I would enforce strict traffic rules. I would also reduce the construction time of metro railways in all cities. Also, ensuring women safety would be major concern for me along with strict rules so that people who abuse women can't go scot free.
Vivian Dsena: I would make sports education compulsory in each and every school. I would want football grounds in all the cities. Sports would be encouraged everywhere as it keeps you fit and happy.
Arjun Bijlani: If I become a PM I would be very keen on making India a green country. There should be gardens and parks so that senior citizens and children can take the benefits of fresh air.
Laksh: I, as a PM, would make India corruption free and work for providing employment for youth. I will also make sure that students are given more opportunities to explore themselves in extra-curricular activities, because youth is power.
Himmanshu Soni: If I become PM I would remove castism and will ensure that below poverty line folks should be taken care of by taking out some money from GST which is collected and medical facilities should be free.
Rohit Purohit: If I become PM I would ensure that women are safe in our country and there are enough job opporunities in every sector and focus on youth.
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