Ways you could improve this:
1. Take out the whole beginning until the part below. It is vague and doesn't do anything for your essay.
It has been seen on a day to day basis how the roadside vendors face the susceptibility and miserable situations. Almost all of us have seen how these people are humiliated and looked down upon. We fight for a rupee with them and do not just halt there we further go on and sometimes even abuse these people. It is not just the common men who ignore these people rather it is the government at large.
Open your essay with a description of one of these roadside vendors. You say "it has been seen on a day to day basis" and "almost all of us have seen" but as an American, I have no idea how these people live, what their "miserable situations" are, or how they are "humiliated and looked down upon". You need to tell me a story about them that makes me understand.
These people are neglected by the government. They are not given adequate housing, clothing, or food . As most of them live hand to mouth, they have to suffer due to the irregularity of their wages and the amount they have to pay police constables and middlemen (Why do they have to pay these people?) . Many of them are unable to meet the basic needs of their families like food , clothing, and education . Furthermore, their poverty perpetuates the problem of child labor.
It is not just what people say and write I completely stand with such curses in society as I have personally seen and experienced such things in a slum near my house. It was for a school project that I had been there and interacted with them and to my shock young children of my age live in pathetic conditions and are deprived of even the basic necessities. It was not just this I was disheartened and completely moved when I saw young kids helping their parents with the stalls. It was really painful to see young kids working instead of celebrating the festival by lighting candles and eating sweets.
I understand that in real life, you are probably disheartened and frustrated by the terrible conditions in your country, but this sounds very distant. A lot of people who write these kinds of essays write about poverty. Describe the children slum; make your essay more unique. What grade was your project for? What festival were they missing?
My classmates and I decided to work together to ease some of the vendors' burdens by creating a system that would allow them to work together to earn money.Now the women make the handicrafts (What kinds of handicrafts?) and the men put up stalls in different areas throughout the year. The others work as salesmen and go around the city selling products. Of the money they earn , seventy percent is divided equally among all the families, twenty-five percen t is used to buy the raw materials (What kinds of raw materials?) and five percent is saved for bad times.
You need to end the essay with why this issue means so much to you and how you hope to resolve it through college.