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Letters to the Editor

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  1 Feb 2018 12:00 AM GMT

Utilisation of human resource and economic policy


As a citizen of the sovereign democratic republic of India, every individual wishes to enjoy equal opportunities and involve himself in serving his bofide duties according to the directives of constitutiol rights and responsibilities conferred to him. At the same time, he is willing to dedicate the best of his abilities to the tion with honour. In spite of having immense tural resources and manpower potentiality, we are deprived of achieving the optimum expectations, probably due to lack of proper utilisation of human resources in a large scale. From the very beginning, in nearly past 70 years of Independence, the major portion of our total population remains without fulfillment of its basic needs even after continuous spending of thousands of crores every year in every sector of government departments.

It is obvious that the overall economic situation is not satisfactory because of lakhs of jobless youths wasting their valuable time and energy. Now, the people of India, especially the budding generation, are eagerly awaiting to acquire a satisfactory job whether in the private or public sector. Keeping in mind the secure and strong economic future of our country, both the Houses in Parliament need to place a special debate session on burning topics to resolve all negative impacts of socio-economic problems.

We, the people of India, wholeheartedly expect that under the dymic and popular leadership of Prime Minister rendra Modi, we will be able to bring about a drastic change of economic policy to increase the production of world class commodities and extend the export-import market policy so that we can earn more foreign exchange through which people from each and every corner of India will easily get employed and can achieve grand success to build an advanced economy, thereby making India a superpower in the world.

Sabha Konwar,

Barbari, Guwahati-781036.

Price rise

The Prime Minister has often said that demonetization and GST will reduce the price of essential commodities and corruption will be reduced. He also said that black money of Indian citizens kept in foreign banks will be returned and 'Achaa Din Ayega.' He further declared that avenues of employment will be greatly increased. I do not know much about economics. But in reality, the prices of essential commodities, medicines, health care facilities have all been rising. Poor people and daily wage earners have been crippled by price rise. Rich people are going to be richer and the poor poorer. The widening inequality in the country is detrimental to democracy. The gap in inequality is widening further every day which is harmful to our democracy. The Prime Minister and other political leaders of ruling party often iugurate projects and schemes, lay foundation stones and often make foreign trips at the expense of the States' exchequer. Then, where is the "Achha Din?"

Putul Sarma,

Bamgaon, Biswath Chariali.


Dismal performance of Assam cricket team

The performance of the State cricket team in important tiol tourneys in the current year is pathetic. In prestigious Ranji trophy, the senior team just maged to earn a draw and that too in a controversial manner. In the ongoing Syed Mustaq Ahmed T20 tourment, the State team again put up a dismal performance losing to minnows Tripura. After the removal of Bikash Barua and his gang from ACA, it was expected that something positive would emerge. But going by the present trend, it is nowhere to be seen. I would like to ask the chairman of the ACA selection committee Bimal Bharali, a worthy cricketer of the State of yesteryears, the reasons behind the dismal performance of State cricketers in the tiol circuit. The only silver lining is the selection of Riyan Parag in the Indian team for the ICC u/19 years cricket world cup in New Zealand.

Himadri Chekanidhara,

Bihpuria, North Lakhimpur.

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