Friday, February 3, 2017


Letter Published in Gulf News UAE on 4 Feb 17Administrators make a difference
A country’s development is purely based on the team of administrators who give good advice to its leader, which has been proved successfully in many countries like India, the US, the UK, Germany, France, Australia and Singapore.
At times, false advice creates panic among people, which can be seen recently in the US with the immigration ban. Before implementing any policy, whether it is for national interests or bilateral ties, administrators should be careful to analyse the pros and cons of any ordinance before implementing. They are the main people responsible for the welfare of their people in all aspects, especially education and healthcare.
Give due respect for educated citizens in order to retain them in the country and not to encourage migrating to other countries for better living. Administrations should create the atmosphere for better living and compensate the same benefits that others offer for the educated class. For this, administrators should have consciousness to serve their people with no corrupt motives. If once this type of methodology is implemented in all countries, people wouldn’t have to worry about their future or bother to migrate to other countries. I am confident that this concept will catch up in India and the rest of the world also. Every country deserves to have calm, peace, prosperity and a terror-free world.
From Mr K. Ragavan
Bengaluru, India

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