A Letter to The Prime Minister of India.

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A few days ago I had talked about how I wish to write a letter to the Prime Minister’s Office and try and bring to notice the impending crisis that India is facing when it comes to mental health. I tried to keep the letter as concise and informative as possible. It is pretty obvious that with a country of 1.3 billion people to serve, the offices won’t have a lot of time to peruse over a 10 page letter. You can go through my letter here. It is a 2 page document and I have tried to include as many facts and statistics as I can which point to the urgent need to increase the budget for the National Mental Health Programme in the upcoming budget for FY2018.

A Letter to The Prime Minister

I don’t really expect a response to this, neither do I expect this to make a difference but it doesn’t mean that I should not try. I will keep you updated in case I do get a response to this and would be open to suggestions on how I can reach out to the government and try to change something on the large scale.

Regards,

Arjun Gupta


5 Comments

rajnandinisarkar · December 19, 2017 at 8:03 AM

I’m very proud of you. I just really really hope this is seen by someone important… But keep in mind even if nothing comes out of it all, you made a huge effort and I personally know you’ve put a lot of hardwork into it. Keep working hard like this and I promise you changes will happen…. For the better .

    knightofsteel · December 19, 2017 at 8:03 AM

    I will have to keep trying even if I fail or succeed.

therandomsapien · December 19, 2017 at 10:00 AM

CANT BE MORW PROUD!!!! Your work and efforts are truly inspiring. I wish you all the best Arjun!!

    knightofsteel · December 19, 2017 at 10:01 AM

    Thank you! If the PM doesn’t read it, we could help create awareness by sharing it among our groups and circles

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