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National Reform Summit Invitation

Posted by Sandeep Shelke on March 10th, 2013


Dear Friend

We all recognise the desperate need to reform India’s governance. We also know that politicians aren’t listening to us: the People. They are not implementing well-known reforms which are guaranteed to increase prosperity and remove corruption.

Therefore, a few deeply concerned citizens launched the Sone Ki Chidiya total reform movement on 26 January 2013. As part of this movement, we are organising a National Reform Summit in Haridwar from 5-8 April 2013. Details are at http://sonekichidiya.in/national-reform-summit-5-8-april-2013/.

I am writing to invite you to participate in this reform movement and the Summit. We can’t afford to wait for politicians to fix India’s problems, for they themselves are the problem. Let’s reform India ourselves!

The task is difficult but not impossible. It will begin by coming together on a common vision. We are beginning to see real hope for the first time in our lives that something good might finally happen. Let’s make this hope come true by participating in a total reform movement that has been created for all Indians.

Please forward this email as widely as possible within your network of Indian contacts so that India’s best reform-oriented leaders and citizens are able to attend. Also please disseminate this on social media and through any other means at your disposal. We should aim to reach out to every nook and corner of India.

Jai Bharat!

Sanjeev Sabhlok, PhD (Economics)
Former member of the IAS (1982 batch)
Joint Convenor, National Reform Summit
Sone Ki Chidiya Movement

PS: Please join this Google Group: https://groups.google.com/d/forum/skc-main to directly discuss next steps with others interested in total reform in India.


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