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Does India require right of Centre economic policies

Does India require right of Centre economic policies

Do you feel Modi Government suddenly fully grown in stature and authority? It actually looks like it. This Budget Session of Parliament has been, unexpectedly, one among the most productive in recent years. The government conferred a well- received budget, and managed to steer through three necessary laws: specifically the Insurance Bill, The Coal Bill, and the Mines and Minerals Bill.

All 3 are break-through milestones, extremely reformist in character, and can encourage both the personal sector and therefore the foreign investor. The land acquisition bill is definitely crucial for the government’s plan.

As the Government moves forward resolutely on its economic agenda, it’s unpopular in several quarters, and positively in the media narrative, for its antediluvian notions on social engineering.

This country badly needs a move to Right of Centre in its economic policies, as a result of because begin double digit growth, that alone will eliminate the grinding poorness faced by one third of the population. However Sabka Saath Sabka Vikaas, cannot happen unless the saffron social agenda is inclusive comprehensive, and tolerant of pluralism.


Modi’s attempt at Right of Centre is only sustainable if the BJP government wins another term in 2019. It is important to consider whether they can do this by attempting to polarize Hindu opinion.

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