It is argued that spending public
as music and theatre is not worthy.
, the state investment should be channelled to public
as health and education.
I do not oppose the spending on
, I feel the primary focus should be on necessary public
, one should understand the fact that in many countries public
as health, education, communication and transport are either inadequate or not well-developed. If
facilities are not standardized, the quality of life would be compromised.
, if the government does not spend enough
on the health sector, the morbidity and mortality rate of the country would hike.
, if not enough
is spent on education, the overall development would stagnate.
, it is the duty of a responsible government to give a prioritized allocation of funds in these vital areas before focusing on any secondary sector.
does not necessarily mean to cut down the state’s financial aid to support
. There are many traditional theatre
and music forms that are almost neglected these days due to the advent of newer forms of entertainments like online games. These sorts of
reflect the culture of a social section in a country, and
preserving it and passing it to the
generation is the responsibility of everyone.
To conclude, it is obvious that there are benefits when investments are made primarily in public
as it enhances the quality of people’s life. At the same time, I cannot believe it is a waste of
is spent to support art and art forms.