Problem: Bharat's Outdoor Statues. Solution: Don't Make Statues, Make Quality Infrastructure.

Some of the people in Bharat now considers China as a competition in regards to its development and economic growth. I am one of them. I have visited China multiple times and every time I go there I feel Bharat has lot more to catch up in terms of technology, work culture and culture of new age. 

One of the news I read grabbed my attention is that Chinese government has ordered crackdown on large outdoor religious statues. I have read lot of times in Bharat has seen riots or highly tense situation in a locality or in a city. Bharat should really consider crackdown or stop building religious statues in outdoor areas, they should be built only inside the museum or private property. There have been incidents of riots just because someone mischievous or intentionally maligned the statue of one religion. Statues also eat up lot of money wherein Bharat needs money for getting people out of poverty. Yet again, wrong priorities set most of the times in the government's budgets to please a section of community and some people do appreciate that which they need to stop.

In public areas, people need wider roads, roads without potholes or necessary facilities such as clean toilets with sufficient water supply. Statues are not required.


Additional References:

1) https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/china-orders-crackdown-on-large-outdoor-religious-statues/2018/05/26/68d4720a-60a6-11e8-b656-236c6214ef01_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.71c411819141

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