Wow! what a day it would be... Recently got a what's image NEET (National eligibility cum entrance test for students. why not PEET (Political eligibility cum entrance test) for politicians. Before I go any further, I would like to place on record that are good politicians doing good work in different parts of the country but like in any profession its the bad apples that discredit the whole basket.
We just need to look around the current events wherein we'll find all the wrong doings by certain politicians ( land scam, fodder scam, arms deal scam etc). There are people who owe the government crores of tax payers money running freely in the country and yet in the same country a poor farmer commits suicide as he is unable to pay a few thousand rupees.
1. A poor hardworking farmer selling his grains to the local government office or a few liters of milk to the local milk society. Under the reason of 'ensuring quality', 'maintaining standard' and 'value for money' his produce would be subject to checks and measures before being accepted
2. A hard working student dreaming of becoming a doctor or an IPS officer, he or she has to take numerous exams, go through a period of training before starting their jobs and it doesn't stop there. They are periodically subject for internal assessments.
So I feel it's not wrong for such a concept.
1.Politicians are the representatives of the masses. For them to be respected and honored, their actions should be noble, transparent and honorable to the people and the country.
2. They have a huge responsibility in carrying out a difficult and complex job
3. They handle crores of rupees that are eventually the tax payers money.
4. A significant amount of money is spent on them ( salary, allowances,housing etc) which is again coming from the common man's pocket.