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Sahil Bhugra Speaks Harsh Reality, Raising Youth-Related Issues in India

June 27, 2024:

Chandigarh, India — In a recent eye-opening interview with Snehil Sharma, editor of Humari Baat, 22-year-old Sahil Bhugra, a young entrepreneur and youth motivator, shared his candid views on the current state of India, particularly focusing on the challenges faced by the youth. After completing his post-graduation in Canada and traveling to various countries, Bhugra returned to India with expectations of positive change. However, his experiences have been disheartening.

During his conversation, Bhugra expressed his disappointment with the lack of educational and employment opportunities in India. He highlighted issues such as the NEET exam scams, which he believes undermine the quality of medical education and services in the country. Bhugra also criticized the prevalence of corruption, citing instances of police bribery and corrupt practices in licensing authorities.

Bhugra travels to places like UAE, Switzerland (Milan), Egypt (Cairo), and Canada have given him a broad perspective on global standards, which he feels India has not met. He noted the deteriorating conditions in cities like Chandigarh and other parts of India, where he observed extreme news, corruption, and inadequate care for people in need.

Discussing job opportunities, Bhugra pointed out the stark contrast between wages in India and Canada. He emphasized the low salaries for workers in India, arguing that they do not reflect the country’s economic status as the world’s fifth-largest economy. He urged the government to address these issues and improve the standard of living for laborers and professionals alike.

Bhugra also shared his views on the current generation’s attitude towards work and money. He believes that young people should gain practical experience and understand the value of hard work. He pointed out that many graduates from prestigious universities in India struggle to earn sufficient salaries, unlike their counterparts in countries like Canada.

Looking ahead, Bhugra plans to collaborate with Humari Baat for a podcast series on international issues, continuing his efforts to bring attention to critical topics affecting the youth.

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