Dear EditorI would like to express my views on the plight of street children and their education through the medium of your esteemed daily newspaper. For most of the lower income segments in developing countries like India, literacy is the only way to elevate their quality of life. However resource limitations have always restricted the provision of education to the country’s lower income population. I suggest for breaking the shackles of poverty besides achieving progress nation must allocate sufficient funds for educational institutions. Since Government budgets are not enough to educate the rapidly growing population of India, the successful business enterprises and elite must take social responsibility to uplift the vulnerable segments by establishing NGOs or institutions that enable free education so that no one is deprived of this basic right. Collective efforts for this noble cause can promote sustainable socio-economic growth by nurturing a globally competitive workforce. I think an educational revolution is urgently needed in the country. Only then the class consciousness for the poor can elevate to such a level that they are able to look beyond earning food for their family and contribute towards fighting for their rights. I think it is the only way that the issue of stark inequality can be addressed.Mool Raj,Doda.
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