So, we have become a democracy now. Let me put things in perspective.
Indian democracy has so far been elected and influenced by people who don’t know any better. As I mentioned in my last piece, only people who voted were:
What is very interesting about this combo is that it becomes the breeding ground for corruption, with no accountability and ownership of the true democratic system.
Doing a basic analysis of why the middle class did not vote will fall into the following categories:
Herein lies the opportunity for any political party now:
Remember, negative info flows faster than positive – time to take the mantle and spread positivity.
Handling negative news as it comes in becomes a matter of utmost importance. We need to face heads-on, the challenges , whether it’s a corruption scam, news about snooping or an Operation Bluevirus.
The voting percentage should go to 70% nationally now. A decade from now this will be called the biggest civil revolution in the world. Like Bapu’s independence, it will be ahimsa filled but unlike Bapu’s independence, it will leave the people much more empowered (Netaji style).
I can say on my part that, OMLogic, for one, will ensure we are part of this change. Part of the new India.