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Govern it right

Reference “The year to get it all right” (Sunday Tribune, Jan 5), the aim of the government in 2014 should be efficient and corruption-free administration. Improvement in health, education and rural development sectors must be prioritised. There has been hesitation to bring in reforms, which should be shed. The issue of black money is agitating the youth. It must be tackled properly to end unemployment. Young leaders with vision will be an asset.

SC Vaid, Greater Noida


I feel Indo-Pak relations will remain the same in the New Year. Ceasefire violations, infiltrations and discussions on MFN will continue. Pakistan can never be a reliable neighbour. Its confidence is high ever since China made investments in the Islamic nation. Be it PoK, Siachen or other areas, China’s hand is clearly visible. If peace is evasive, it is pointless to talk about trade, sports and cultural ties. Our neighbours should know settling border disputes is India’s priority.

Deepjot Singh Thukral, Ambala Cantt

The real ‘naik’

A new hope has been kindled by Arvind Kejriwal, which is turning into a revolution. He has made it clear that he means business and is a no-nonsense man. As a result of this, he has made many enemies who are waiting for him to fall. They don’t realise he is not afraid of losing power, but the faith of the people. He is trying to preserve his image. The police should provide him with the bare minimum security as India can’t afford to lose another Sardar Patel.

Parminder Narula, Babina


We need leaders like Kejriwal to take India to great heights. The youth needs change now. The Congress and BJP are suddenly worried about their future. People of Delhi, as also India, have had enough of bureaucratic red tape and corruption in public offices. The day is not far when the whole of India will have representatives like AAP.

Maninder Singh Powar, Melbourne


Kejriwal now has to deliver effective governance and people-friendly policies. Both Congress and BJP want AAP to fail because its failure can assure their survival. If AAP fails to deliver, the corrupt will rule India for eternity. The common man is with AAP in its efforts to provide honest and efficient governance.

Dr Vitull K Bathinda

Spell out vision

Apropos “Make it the year of zero tolerance” (Ground Zero by Raj Chengappa, Sunday Tribune, Jan 5), Modi specialises in Congress bashing. He has not laid down his vision to pull India out from the abyss of corruption, economic slowdown and poverty. The Congress will have to take bitter decisions, including raising cap on LPG cylinders and bringing down the prices of basic necessities. Anti-people policies will boomerang.

Tarsem S Bumrah, Batala

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