A lot of my work deals with a passage, which is about time. I don't see anything that I do as a static object in space. It has to exist as a journey in time.

Since the start of my political career, I have dreamt of creating a “Corruption Free Bharat”. As a person who has immense faith in potentialities of the common people, I believe that right education is important for ensuring progress of our country. I have always emphasized on the fact that good education frees the mind from shackles of ignorance, thus encouraging a person to adopt a global perspective and become aware of his/her legal and social rights.

As a political activist, I have visited remote areas of our country and this has made me realize that women in our country, especially those living in rural areas are hardly encouraged to assert their rights. I intend to change this situation by making the masses, especially women conscious of their rights. Through educational programs and practical strategies, I want to convince them that they can also play an important role in development of a corruption-free country. However, this is possible only when they are properly educated.

I like to describe myself as a robust optimist and though the drawbacks of our society dishearten me, I believe that it is possible to eradicate these issues. However, it is not possible for me to fight the battle alone. Hence, I need cooperation of the common people in eradicating issues, such as child labor, inequality, corruption, violation of the rights of women and environmental pollution. I want to remove these issues from the grass root level of our society so that they do not stand the chance of re-emergence.

As a citizen of India, I have a tremendous respect for the traditions of our nation and believe that every person should be aware of the rich cultural heritage that our country possesses. This is important, because unless our actions are rooted in our traditions, they cannot be effective. However, this should not be taken to mean that I am against modernity. Modernity is important, but not at the cost of traditions. I have always maintained the fact that modern values should be implemented, as and when required. However, blind adoption of Western values should be avoided at all cost. I strongly believe that for the fast development of our country, we need to fuse our traditional culture with modern values.

Please join me to create a corruption-free India. Pledge to treat everyone equally and respect traditional culture of our country in every situation. Thanks Information technology. "Bande Mataram"