"The youth of today drives the force of tomorrow."
India ranks second regarding population with an estimated 1.3 billion people. Around 40% of it are youngsters. Such huge number can imply two things for the Government and country as a whole. Either they are a liability using more resources, or they are the ones driving change. We have examples of both.
There are young leaders like Hardik Patel, Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid who are taking a stand in politics. This brings us to an interesting topic. Hardik Patel demands reservation for Patidars whereas a lot of people want the abolition of reservation system as a whole. Then there is a huge section of people who are into drugs and alcohol. So, in which direction are we really going?
Where does the passion of the Indian youth lie? The majority of our talent is working abroad. The cream of the crowd, if I may say, prefers to work outside. So are we the ones who are actually driving change? Even if we are, are we doing it in India or somewhere else?
This National Youth Day, we present you what India thinks about the youth and whether it is capable to bring about a change.
Take a look.
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