Paragraph on If I were a Prime Minister: The famous quote by John Quincy Adams, “If your actions inspire others to dream more, do more and become more, you are a leader,” encouraged me to have a strong desire to become a Prime Minister of India so that my actions not only inspires people but creates a progressive change.
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I have the most magnificent dream that could make me forget my ordinary life. I would love to become the Prime Minister of our country to alter and modify things that need urgent attention and improvement. Though it is a distant dream beyond my reach, expressing my ideas won’t cause any harm. If ever my fortune smiles on me, then I could acquire the position of Prime Minister. I have my ideal of what a Prime Minister should possess.
My first target will be to appoint qualified and non-corrupt ministers who would work honestly like me for the nation’s growth and development. Heavy taxes will be charged on the rich and middle class, and the poor will be exempted from taxes. Furthermore, I would eliminate black money circulation in the market by strictly monitoring people who stack money in secret places and do not pay taxes.
The entire education system needs refinement because we create young minds for whom we cannot arrange jobs. Moreover, rote learning will be eliminated, and a practical approach will be adopted. Vocational skills will be introduced to productively utilize their time and produce useful things in school and college workshops. I would maintain a friendly relationship with the neighbouring countries and other nations so that we could receive the necessary help at the time of emergency or crisis.
The money will be spent on the welfare of the poor, farmers and small children. The defence system in terms of working environment, food and health will be improved. A horrendous crime like rape will be declared a death sentence. Overpopulation will be brought under control, and environmental growth will be promoted. Lastly, I would change India’s position from developing to a developed nation economically, socially and intellectually.