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The Right And Responsibilities Of Citizens Essay 300 Words About Myself

Being a citizen implies rights and responsibilities, whether you are a citizen of the world, your country, your state, your community, or your family.  The rights and responsibilities are different for each "community" you belong to, but no matter which community you belong to as a citizen, you have the right to fully participate in that group, and you have the responsibility to participate fully, to be informed about that group, to care for the...

Being a citizen implies rights and responsibilities, whether you are a citizen of the world, your country, your state, your community, or your family.  The rights and responsibilities are different for each "community" you belong to, but no matter which community you belong to as a citizen, you have the right to fully participate in that group, and you have the responsibility to participate fully, to be informed about that group, to care for the other members of that group, and to care for the world in which the group lives. 

What does this mean in practical, everyday terms?  As a citizen of the world, you should have human rights and a voice in international matters.  You have the responsibility to care for the world, so our environment can be preserved or improved for future generations.  You have the responsibility to care for and about other citizens of the world and to have an understanding of their cultures, histories, and ideas.  As a citizen of your country, you have all the rights of the Constitution of the United States and its Amendments.  You have the right and the responsibility to fully participate in our democratic process by being knowledgeable of that process and voting. You also have the responsibility of affording respect to your fellow citizens and their different cultures and ideas.  As a citizen of your state, your rights and responsibilities are much like those you have as a citizen of your country. However, your rights emanate from your state's Constitution.  As a citizen of a community, your rights and responsibilities are more local and personal. Caring for your environment and others in your community is a more immediate responsibility, for example, by recycling, by picking up litter on your street, or by volunteering at a local food bank.  Voting in local elections is a right and a responsibility, too.  As a citizen of a family, your rights and responsibilities are the most immediate and personal.  You have the responsibility of making a contribution to your family.  This need not be a financial contribution, but a contribution of work or attention. You have the right to have contributions from others in the family, too, and a voice in family decision-making.

At the smallest level of citizenship, it is easy to see what the rights and responsibilities are, and as we move out larger circles of community, it becomes more difficult to know what we should do.  But the principles are the same, whether we are citizens of a family or citizens of the world.  We are obligated to care for the people and environment, whether that be three people or 3 billion people, and whether that be the sidewalk in front of a house or the polar icecaps. 

India is a big Country with diversity in Religions,Cultures and Traditions and I believe this makes India stand out  and We Indians can really be proud of this.
But as India is developing it is taken off by many issues from Corruption to Pollution to many more.And on a day to day basis we find many new issues cropping up…But a as Responsible of Citizen of India did we ever tried to do our bit except for shouting at the Government….In most of the case even for a simpler matter we will blame the Government rather than trying to solve the issue and I guess that make the matter more worse…

Nevertheless remember we citizens are the one who are solely responsible for the development of this country and in this post I will share some simple points which I believe is not so difficult to follow in our day to day life..Remember “The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.”
We all are aware of our Fundamental Duties,if not then here it is and Even if we follow these fundamental duties we will surely be doing our bit in making India a Great Country..

So lets look at the points that make us a Good and Responsible Citizen…

  1. Obey Laws and Respect Authority-Don’t break laws and also refrain others for doing so.If not satisfied by any Law use Constitutional means to change the Law.
  2. Civic and Social Duty should be performed-Be aware about the issues affecting the society and provide solutions to them,Vote intelligently and Pay Taxes by proper means and use acts like RTI,RTE for the good of the society.
  3. Keep your surroundings and locality clean,Use Dustbin,Care for Public Property and Other People’s Property.
  4. Be Honest to your Country and Fellow Citizen
  5. Develop a deep sense of Patriotism towards you Country,Respect your Country’s Social and Economic Policies,Always contribute to the Welfare of our Country.
  6. Must be able to teach the Younger Generation to show Respect and Love  towards the Country.
  7. Make your Country Proud when visiting other Nations,Never speak bad about your Country.
  8. Help the Poor and Needy and Provide great Hospitality to both Foreign and Local Tourist.

This is it..and I guess its just simple 8 steps to make our Country a Great One and This not only applies to Indian Citizens but also to Citizens of Other Nations.. 🙂

Please share your views and comment if I have missed out anything.. :-).
And lastly a Cartoon Strip for all to enjoy.. 🙂

*Click on the image for better view…

Good Citizen

 

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