My Objectives

Adopt Changes and bring about reforms wherever possible.

To scrap or rationalize all obsolete and outdated laws, something the Government alone cannot do since such laws currently serve to keep the status quo.

Spreading Social Awareness In India

Corruption in India

The definition of corruption is simple enough – the abuse of public office for private gain. Corruption is one of the most serious consequences of poor governance. A country with widespread corruption invariably has low investment rates, poor economic growth and limited human development. The public will find their access to the most basic social services severely restricted and the government will find the cost of delivering these services inordinately high. Corruption has no positive effects. A country with such an unequal distribution of opportunities and wealth can never promise long-term security and stability. Any individual or establishment that symbolizes this economic and social disparity will be under threat. India wishes to become an economic superpower. But, if India wants what it wishes, these glaring social and economic problems must be addressed directly and earnestly. And until, these problems are addressed, no company setting up base in India can feel truly secure. The recipients of public services are mostly the poor, illiterate, ignorant and weak. Thus it is the ordinary man who suffers most from misgovernment and corruption. Yet in India, even the highly educated lack the power to protest. There is no accountability or transparency among public servants and outdated systems like the licence-permit-quota-inspector system continue to prosper even in the face of liberalization and globalization. The overabundance of laws and statutes and discretionary powers only provides further breeding ground for bribery and corruption.

Bureaucracy:

India’s suffocating bureaucracy was ranked the least-efficient by the survey, which said working with the country's civil servants was a slow and painful process. They are a power centre in their own right at both the national and state levels, and are extremely resistant to reform that affects them or the way they go about their duties, However, during difficult times - or when mistakes are made that reflect badly on the system - there is a tendency among bureaucrats to circle the wagons in ways that lack transparency and make accountability difficult. Bureaucracy is therefore always a cost to society, but this cost may be accepted in sofar as it makes social order possible, and maintains it by enforcing the rule of law. Nevertheless there are constant conflicts about this cost, because it has the big effect on the distribution of incomes; all producers will try to get the maximum return from what they produce, and minimize administrative costs. Typically, in epochs of strong economic growth, bureaucracies proliferate; when economic growth declines, a fight breaks out to cut back bureaucratic costs. Hence we need to bring about change in the thinking of the common Man.

Red tapism

Red tapism is a derogatory term which refers to a hard-and-fast obligation to official procedures and formalities. It stands in sharp contrast to speeding up processes without compromising with quality or other attributes. The telltale signs of red tapism can be traced from unnecessary delays in decision making and implementation of plans. Red tape usually comprises of unneeded paper works, issuing of licenses getting held up for ages, having too many officials for a relatively insignificant job that can easily be handled without much fuss and so on.

Counter Terrorism

The Central Government should have the authority, under the emergency provisions in the constitution to render support to the local authorities in cases of major terrorist incidents without having to wait for a request from state governments .Political Interference has often been mentioned as the cause for the ineffectivenesss of Police and security agencies in performing their duties.Our national war against terrorism to protect our national sovergnity and security,has to be fought to finish over a long time,without apolologies or regrets. Enough valuable time has been lost in pandering to vote banks, alibis of secularism, human rights and civil liberties. Governments have crippled from taking single minded and firm actions against elements that seek to destroy our nation.

National Unity

As Patriots of the country which earned its nation hood in the course of struggle against colonial rule and still face neo colonial threats from imperialism, we do cherish national unity, National unity is surely a matter of concern for all major political streams, be it ruling Congress, the BJP, the other opportunist Political Parties under the pretext of enforcing national unity from above the Indian state has only been strengthening its reactionary apparatus, enacting draconian laws and levitating fake encounters and mass hoodwinking. In India, there are anti-social elements and political self-seekers who are fanning narrow communal feeling in order to meet their own selfish interests. They create narrow communal feelings in people. They appeal to their communal emotions leading to communal riots, communal discord and communal disharmony. Such activities will no doubt, weaken our national unity. Every Indian should be aware of this danger to the national unity of India.

In India, there are some anti-social elements and political self-seekers who are fanning narrow communal feeling in order to meet their own selfish interests. They create narrow communal feelings in people. They appeal to their communal emotions leading to communal riots, communal discord and communal disharmony. Such activities will no doubt, weaken our national unity. Every Indian should be aware of this danger to the national unity of India.

Social Inequality

It reflects innate differences between individuals for example their varying abilities and efforts . In india the concept of equality is mainly reffered to be in context of the disparities created by the caste system. Of course social inequality is manifested in a number of ways. The rich and the poor ,land owners and landless labourers ,capitalists and workers Educated and uneducated employed and unemployed, men and women, modern and backward in addition there are always internal ineqaulaities among the rich as also among the workers at various starta and the farmers at various levels.

A country with such an unequal distribution of opportunities and wealth can never promise long-term security and stability. Any individual or establishment that symbolizes this economic and social disparity will be under threat. India wishes to become an economic superpower. But, if India wants what it wishes, these glaring social and economic problems must be addressed directly and earnestly. And until, these problems are addressed, no company setting up base in India can feel truly secure.

A stable society creates a far more secure environment . Cleansing the environment where you are running your operations definitely makes better long term business sense. And the sooner people realize this, the better it is for everyone.

My Mission

Spreading Social Awareness In India.

  • Corruption in India
  • Bureaucracy
  • Red tapism
  • Counter Terrorism

My Activities

Lack of a clear vision and commitment to the pro-people agenda has lead to ad-hoc and unpopular initiatives. The truth is not far to seek. If you go to a village in any part of the country you will find majority of our country men unchanged.

While the country boasts of an average nine percent growth rate and we claim self reliance in food, people still suffer from malnutrition, under nutrition and lack of medical care.

RTI Activist Kodur Venkatesh Trainer Venkatesh Venkatesh CRPF Venkatesh private detective Venkatesh IAS Coach Venkatesh Social worker from Bangalore Venkatesh founder Arise India Foundation Kodur Venkatesh fight against corruption Kodur Venkatesh fought MP elections as independent candidate Kodur Venkatesh civil rights activist Kodur Venkatesh Social activist Kodur Venkatesh Internal Security Expert Kodur Venkatesh Sociologist Venkatesh Anantapur Venkatesh studied in SV University Tirupati Venkatesh worked in Kashmir, Punjab