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India Wants To Know

Updated: May 6, 2021

Where does all the money that we pay in taxes go? Why do I see poor children working in factories? Why do women get raped every minute? India wants to know!

We all know that India is a land with profound excellence but there are deepest of darkest of loopholes that we are very much unaware of in our country.

‘Don't judge a book by its cover' is something which is applicable when it comes to India. Having said that, there are millions of people unseen and unheard, who are trying to make India a better place. These voices are forbidden by the so-called powerful people who tend to rule over this country by making use of their unworthy advantages.

Let us first talk about politics in India. We all must realise and be grateful for owning one of the most prolific constitutions in the world. But at the same time, we must be ashamed to let people play dirty politics. Do you ever wonder why the politicians are so rich? Where do they get all the money from? Their salary is a mere 5% of what they get by doing illegal business. Where do you think all this money comes from? It is our hard-earned money that we get by working day and night, most of which is lost in paying taxes.

Now, let me ask you one question. Is it worth paying so much just to be wasted by these unrighteous people? A part of me would say yes because this money is also used for good work like serving the army who intern serve the country. Just to be sure, I'm not against the politics in India. It's just that, there are a few people who leave the impression that politics is all about making money. But, there is another set of people who look for the betterment of this country and trust me, they are giving their blood, sweat and tears to make this happen.

We, the citizens of India can surely make this happen by eliminating the bad ones and providing sustenance and advocate for the good.

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