India's success - the way forward

What ails India? How can India achieve its potential?

In this podcast, Sanjeev Sabhlok, senior leader of Swarna Bharat Party (India's only liberal party) analyses Indian current affairs and offers a way forward for India to become a developed, modern nation.

In this talk, Sanjeev Sabhlok discusses issues that have come up over the past two months as the party grows and engages with others. Some of these engagements have been positive and helpful, others not so much. But this is how this tiny effort will evolve - one person at a time. When there is so much corruption in India from top to bottom, and so little interest in freedom and good governance, it is important for anyone who thinks of himself as liberal to fall behind SBP's manifesto.

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In this talk I speak in my rusty Assamese to my friends from Assam and invite them to understand and join Swarna Bharat Party, India's only party that can eliminate corruption and bring great prosperity to India.


In this podcast, Sanjeev Sabhlok summarises five steps to guarantee SBP's electoral success. These include: (1) start from outside the big cities and focus on rural areas first; (2) cut out all middlemen (e.g. "activists"); (3) make unplanned trips to rural areas - go with a mike and camera and stop wherever you find enough people to talk to; (4) solidly rehearse and follow a pre-planned script to deliver your message; and (5) come back and review your experience and improve your talk and communication till you become a master leader. Thereafter, many things will fall in place, e.g. rallies, workshops, finding new leaders for neighbouring constituencies. 

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In this episode, Sanjeev Sabhlok, senior leader of Swarna Bharat Party, presents a wonderful short song created by the Bhadohi SBP team. Lyrics are by Rabi Kant Bharti and Rais Ahamad.   The song has been sung by Mahesh and Pallav Sharma.

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In this podcast, Sanjeev Sabhlok talks further about his key findings about India's upper middle class and middle class and how most of them are not suitable to fight for liberty.  He then discusses how leaders can be found, and talks about the steps being taken to find grassroots leaders.  He invites all listeners to decide whether they are leaders or followers, and if they are followers, to support the leaders. 

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