Why Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao is the biggest hypocrisy of the Indian Government?

Explore the realities of working in US MNCs in India, the illusion of American education, and the double standards of policies.

The Indian government sells its slogan “Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao” to its innocent women to gain the vote bank of the female population. It is the biggest farce and hypocrisy sold by the Indian government to its women. The Indian government is racist, and nepotistic and favours only minority women.

The Illusion of American Education for Indians

I started my career in US MNCs in India 20 years ago after my post-graduation in America in 2003. I have seen the politics, male dominance and favouritism by the Indian and US management in India-based US MNCs. For middle-class families education is the only weapon that can help you keep your finances going throughout your life. So we were sold the dream of an American education by people who told us that it would be an investment.

The Bitter Truth of Working in US MNCs in India

However, after started working in India, I have been earning only peanuts in US MNCs where I have been subjected to bullying, ridicule, mental and sexual harassment and degrading treatment. I have been subjected to threats, intimidation and forced resignations. The IT management doesn’t consider degrees for job-related purposes. They only focus on skills. Then why does America sell the idea of studying at a US university to gullible middle-class Indians?

The Double Standards of America and India’s Policies

America’s policies are only invested in bringing in International students because they help the US economy and not retain International employees. India’s policies are only invested in bringing up the backward classes and minorities.

My parents have been cheated out of their savings and I have been cheated out of IT MNCs.


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