It is imperative for the success of any sort of campaign or movement that it is
supported by all sections of the society in whatsoever capacity. What the
initiative tends to gain from this involvement is an all round perspective of the
situation and at the same time forms an extremely strong foundation. Today we
all reside in a community, which although being characterized by extreme levels
of inequality and disparity is still not ready to move ahead unless and until it
takes with it everyone. However, it s important to understand that it this is the
moral responsibility of us, not only in the capacity of national citizens but also as
the global citizens of this society to carry this responsibility of ours out.
When it comes to a state, there is a clear distinction that is made to divide the
country into two parts that is the ‘urban’ and the ‘rural’ parts of the country.
While to many, these are merely two words, but these two words are much
more than that. They carry with them the social and economic status of two
different parts of the country which differ from one and another highly. To
empower the rural parts of the country and the promote growth and
development within these areas, has been the main agenda for all the
government authorities and officials who have till date taken over the office.
Consequently, the I Parliament initiative also understood its moral responsibility
to play a vital role in the process of this growth and development and came up
with the concept of democracy clubs. These clubs would help in promoting the
knowledge of the various political as well as social concepts amongst students
and moreover the youth of this country.
On a larger scale, what the initiative aims to do as a progressive step is to
establish these clubs in various government and rural institutions of the country
and provide an ideal platform for the students present in these schools to voice
their opinion and their mindset about the current situation of the economic and
political structure of the country and moreover get to learn more about the
various concepts as stated earlier. Once this is done, the second step would be to
host a government school session for all these children from all over the country
to come to the national capital, collaboratively engage into healthy discussions
and as a group put forth their views and opinions on the topics laid down to