If I were to become the Prime Minister of India. I will live like the humblest citizen. I will not like to call myself the Prime Minister at all. In a democracy there are no menials and ministers no peons, no premiers. In fact, I feel that I could do my little bit for the country as a Prime Minister.
I will keep myself just like the greatest servant of the country. I am by nature soft hearted selfless, devoted and ready to make any sacrifice for the common good of the nation. Another man's wound pains me as severely as my own. My sense of self-respect is injured when I find poverty sticking to my countrymen like some ugly, disreputable disease. As the Prime Minister of my country it will be my aim and ambition to bring prosperity to the hungry millions.
There is a large number of minors and majors young boys and girls, men and women uneducated in our country and they cannot make distinction between good and bad, right and wrong. First of all will restrict child labor and secondly, I make education free and compulsory so that children can go to school. Now-a-days, education is not of a uniform character. I shall see that there are only good schools and all boys and girls whether rich or poor, get the same education. There should be no corruption in education.
I shall keep my country strong by keeping a strong army. The strength of the Indian army will keep others away from our borders. I would not like to start a war but would not allow anybody to walk over our defenses.
I shall strive to keep good relations with all countries. I shall try to have friends. I shall have such relations with other countries as will enhance our prestige abroad. This is possible only when we are internally strong.
Internal strength depends on the economic development of a country. I shall try to make India as much self-sufficient as possible. My first care will be self-sufficiency in food. I would work all my might to raise the status of my country. Thus, I would make India of my dreams.