As a rule I do not like to write political blog posts. It is not that I have not done it, but I do not like it…
In 2014 when we voted Na Mo to power we surely expected to see some changes..let us see what state are we in today. Enough time has passed to see if there are at least some green shoots visible. To me nothing much is visible…
Na Mo keeps saying “Our (the government’s) job is that of a facilitator to create new opportunities.” Nice to hear. If you had heard this before he came to power, you would assume the following:
– he would sell the stake in the private sector companies that they hold, in the partly privatised company that the past governments sold, and initiate privatisation in some of the public sector companies.
He has done NOTHING of that sort. ITC, L&T and Axis bank – three companies which are run for the top shareholders and top management have ensured that the government owns the stake and the ‘top’ management can do what it wants. Enjoy guys.
Has done NOTHING in changing the ownership patterns of the companies that they have partly privatised.
Continues to interfere in ‘free’ pricing of petrol.
Continues to subsidise Air India and allows loot on the other side. India’s biggest paradox in management.
Interferes in banks- allowing the accumulated losses of Spice Jet, etc. to mount
Public sector banks can still do what they want, and Gyan sammelans do not bring about anything new.
The massive account opening tamasha happened far more in psu banks than in private sector banks.
Coal India! Jaitely decides on E auction? privatisation of energy sector? MY left foot, Mr. Modi.
On the economic front nothing has really changed. Am I happy or sad? Neither. I prefer a man who says one thing and does the same thing. That is all. Forked tongue is what Firstpost called him in an article.
I would like to remind you of ‘Ravana’ – 10 tonuges – forked is just 2 right?
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