Narendra Modi's BJP has won an overwhelming majority in the Lok Sabha elections 2019 and is all set to rule the country for the next 5 years.

So let's hope that the new government takes into account what India wants as it sets the rules of the game.

1. Take steps to solve the undying problem of unemployment.

Source: India Today

2. Ensure religious freedom for all the communities that call this country home.

Source: Public Radio International

3. Provide machinery so that manual scavengers don't have to risk their lives by jumping into sewers.

Source: Bobandsuewilliams

4. Do not suppress the voices of dissent.

Source: India Today

5. Listen to the farmers and take care of farmer suicides.

Source: Deccan Chronicle

6. Preserve wildlife, especially save India's national animal, the Royal Bengal Tiger.

Source: Hindustan Times

7. Do not ban any eating habits that people practice.

Source: Livemint

8. Bring justice to the victims of mob lynchings.

Source: Siasat

9. Focus more on building hospitals and schools than temples.

Source: Hindustan Times

10. Make laws to deal with the problem of environment pollution.

Source: newscomet

11. Refrain from making unscientific statements at science conferences.

12. Remove restrictions on the pursual of subjects for PhD candidates.

Source: Sreeducation

13. Have proper provisions in place if you plan on introducing something like demonetisation so that people don't lose their lives and livelihood.

Source: Freepress journal

14. Encourage small scale industries by providing them with loans and subsidies.

Source: Ca Winners

15. Make education and healthcare the primary focus for the next 5 years.

Source: India Today

16. Make the streets safe for women.

Source: Reuters India

17. Criminalise marital rape.

Source: Change.org

18. Let the PM attend press conferences and take the questions himself.

Source: The Samikshya

19. Ensure fair distribution of resources irrespective of the economic backgrounds of the people.

Source: Fiinovation

20. Uphold the sanctity of the Indian constitution.

Source: ClearAS

So, let's just keep our fingers crossed for the next 5 years!