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1. Rate of growth

Because of reforms in the last decade we consider 6% to 8% as the 'New rate of growth' of the economy.

India needs to grow at 10% to 14% per year, to meet the well being and aspirations of its people.

This goal is achievable with Good Governance and Effective Administration.

2. Cost of Governance of India

As per www.loksatta.org, an NGO based in Hyderabad, the expenditure on 'Governance of India', by the 790 politicians at the Center, the 4120 in the 35 States and Union Territories and the 18.7 million employees of the Central and State Govts. use about Rs.2200 crore per day or Rs. 760,000 crore per year, both on capital & revenue acount.

About 1.87% of Indians govern 1090 million people! This comes to about US$147 billion or nearly 25% of India's Gross domestic product or GDP! Are Indian citizens getting their moneys worth?

Only you the Indian citizen can give the actual and final answer. You be the judge of your own country and decide. Our study clearly indicates that the people of India desire and deserve much better Governance & Administration.

3. 'Corporate Governance'

is only a small part of 'Governance'

In 2001, Indian listed companies on our stock exchanges,embraced the culture, practice and accountability of 'Corporate Governance', which covers about, 7% of India's GDP and 100% of our market capitalization.

Good Governance of India should be an A1 priority, as it affects all the 1090 million people and 100% of India's GDP! It covers all activities of the Nation, that is, the public sector, private sector, unorganized sector and even NGOs.

Watcg and its members have mailed and distributed about 6,00,000 booklets, about the advantages of good governance, and loss to the citizens and the nation, in the absence of good governance and effective administration. We have received positive responses from Indian citizens in politics, government, business, management, teaching and the youth of India.

We are therefore very positive about INDIA.

4. Democracy : what does it mean?

Democracy is of the people, for the people and by the people. Citizens must play an active role. As President John F. Kennedy said, "ask not what the country has done for you, but what you have done for the country".

In a world of globalization and keen competitiveness, Indians will have to change their mindset and take a much larger interest for their country, by participation in the governance of India.

Good governance will be a key requisite for the 2nd generation reforms! We see an upward movement in the GDP growth rate of 10% to 14%, with good governance & effective administration.

5. Politicians "&" Bureaucrats : their primary "&" ONLY duty

The key objectives of elected politicians in power and appointed employees with the Central and State Governments is firstly, to administer and govern and secondly, to serve and benefit the citizens and the country of India in the best possible manner.

We seek your help and advice, in reaching out to the key members of the major political parties, think tanks and leaders in government, teaching, media, business and the youth about the advantages of good governance "&" effective administration and how it influences the economy. Here are some meaningful observations about Good Governance.

"The purpose of a government is to make it easy for people to do good and difficult to do evil"
- Sir Gladstone

"Rivers do not drink their water themselves, nor do trees eat their fruit, nor do the clouds eat the grains reared by them. The wealth of the noble is used solely for the benefit of others"
- Subhashita

"The punishment suffered by the wise who refuse to take part in the government, is to suffer under the government of bad men"
- Plato

"Nation First and then the Individual"
- A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

"In the last 58 years, after 1947, it would seem that most of our development has been directed towards the top 300 million of the Indian population.This needs to be changed, since untill the balance 800 million people of India benefit, the country will not move ahead as a developed nation."

- iwatcg



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