Naya Haryana is a vision whose time has come; it will transform the issues that are currently plaguing Haryana into something that the state will be proud of. It would range from making Haryana corruption free to removal of unemployment. It will address issues, think of solution through participation of the people.The change will be there for all to see around them.
With the Assembly elections due in October, Haryana has once again gained the centre stage. All the political parties are gearing up to have the biggest share of the electorate in the upcoming elections. The biggest challenge for them is to get the confidence of all sections of society. The other challenge that is keeping them busy alongside the preparation for the election is to decide on the issues that are close to people and assure them that they can uproot them, highlighting their poll agenda in the process.
Haryana was recently in news for the startling revelation by the IAS officer Ashok Khemka, who had highlighted the illegalities in land deals involving Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Sonia Gandhi. No doubt, this is an issue that is related to corruption and the internal mechanism might not be at its best to deal with the case. An independent investigation should be made into this, as the ruling government has declared of not finding any irregularities in such deals.
Yet another major issue that casts a shadow on Haryana is its lowest sex ratio in the country. This issue even made the slogan, Bahu dilao, vote pao popular in the recently-concluded Lok Sabha elections. It clearly highlighted the issue of female infanticide growing to a monstrous proposition, which, if not tackled now, will have disastrous consequences. Haryana has 879 females per 1,000 males, as per 2011 census. The work at grassroots level is required to check this problem in the state.
Naya Haryana is a forward, lively approach to the issues faced by the people of the state. It aims to bring good governance to the state, making it shine to its brightest. It can come through new thinking or Nayi Soch.