It is my esteemed privilege, as the chairperson of Modi's Cabinet, to welcome you all to the second edition of Shishukunj MUN. This committee explores the unchartered waters of Indian politics, a domain known for its dynamic nature. Wherein this conference, global issues are deliberated upon, Modi's Cabinet talks about the plight of Indian citizens.
A little insight about me- I am an ardent blogger with specialty in Indian political issues. I am a Hollywood aficionado and also a lively Quoran. I am a big fan of Indian politics, as is evident from the nature of the committee. MUNs for me have been a sanctuary from the mainstream education. I have attended a number of conferences at national and international levels. Having attained an insight of international polity and diplomacy has enhanced my knowledge to a great extent. Handling global issues and learning new things has been an exciting venture for me, which has made me a better person today.
For this year's edition, the agenda is 'Reforming the National Security Structure.' This agenda comes on the backdrop of the threats India faces from the outside and inside. Throughout its history, India has faced several conflicts that have exposed the faults of the system. There are many chinks in India's armor that need to be addressed urgently. This agenda will play an imperative role in discussing the looming threats India faces, discussing solutions and ensuring the creation of a better and a safer tomorrow for India and its citizens.
On this note I welcome you to 3 days of dynamic debates, diplomacy and creativity. May the Force be with you!
Shishukunj MUN 2016
Today, India is plagued by a variety of problems. One of the most disturbing problems comes as terrorism and extremism. Externally as well as internally, India's security structure is under threat. Extremist groups today, aim to establish their own social order and facilitate their ideological expansion through the means of violence. The present National Security Structure has been under scrutiny for its ambiguity when it comes to dealing with imminent crises. Reforms had been proposed in the past too, but they were constantly ignored by the leadership at the Centre. In today's world, the requirement of heightened national security is a rightful demand of the people of the country, and this committee aims to work on fulfilling that demand. The Cabinet is in the highest echelons of power and it is time we put that power towards substantive discussions and collective decision making so that the National Security Structure can be well- prepared to deal with all threats India face.