Sunday, June 05, 2005

Where there is a will ... there is a left

UPA govt. has completed one year sometime back. There were loads of reports,articles and news features presenting a report card of govt. Ever since the UPA govt. came into power, expectations on the economic front were huge ... they should be ... when u have a Prime minister who is considered the father of economic reforms and a harvard educated finance minister. My own expecatations from the duo were lesser considering that they were part of a coalition. But even I missed to see that the coalition partner was none than the left parties ....

On numerous occasions, they failed to take a decision which they badly wanted to. Recent case is of the proposed hike in oil prices. I had once seen a GD topic .. ' Good economics is bad politics' ... seems right ... On one hand Indian corporate is dreaming to beat China and is looking towards the government for reforms ... On the other, PM shows concern for farmers, wants subsidies to go and blah blah blah ... but when it comes to a decision, a policy reform .... they keep mum (visibly helpless) ..... I sometimes wonder how does Manmohan Singh sleep knowing that slowly and slowly his regime is undoing (atleast decelarating) the reforms that he had himself started .... may be I am being a little harsh on him ... but dear Mr PM ... we had huges hopes .... and nothin seems to be working ....

I am not sure if left should be blamed for all this .... they have their own ideology ... infact they are probly the only Indian party to have some sort of idealogy .... but its discomforting to see that a party with a handful (thats a big number in a coalition) of members of parliament can dominate countries economic policies .... Mr. PM don't allow the left to be a roadblock ... destiny is a matter of choice ... u have to choose India's future ... be strong ... u have an opportunity to change the fortune of a billion people .... just do it ....


  • Prayank,
    Good one, finally you posted something offering your perspective.
    I agree with your concern, and the way economics is being sidelined for politics. The direction in which the current political scenario is heading, it completely obviates any necessity of knowledge of Finance or Economics, and redefines "Leadership" per se.
    But, the problem is evident, though not as clearly as you specified, but yes, it is apprised to everyone.
    Having said that, what is the solution one can offer - is significant and pertinent to your concern? Is ignoring the whole issue a solution? Is Combatting an option? Every party has their say, since every party has a seat! The seat-say combination cannot be challenged...Can it be? What then, can the govt do?

    Spare a thought!

    By Blogger Puru, at 6/07/2005 12:55 PM  

  • @P-uru
    If we talk of a possible solution, then probly we realise that the problem is not with the coalition government or the seat-say combination a u call it. The problem is probably with the emergence of political diversity which is similar to the cultural diversity of our country. The emergence of a myriad of political parties has its roots in the cultural diversity of India. Its because we the people of India are not excersizing our democratic rights in national interest but many a times for regional/local/castist interests. We are probably no longer thinking as a country. We this happens, a Manmohan Singh or a Chidambaram cannot unite the country. We probly need a Ganhi or a Jaiprakash Narayan. I mit be a little too disillusioned with the situation but that is the only solution possible ... a national leader with a iron fist but a heart for democracy ... may be i am askin for too much .... par 'Dil ki khusrat mein Galib ye khayal accha hai' ....

    By Anonymous Prayank, at 6/08/2005 12:27 AM  

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  • Come on....Cal pahuchte se hi Politics main. Soch le teri picture main Vivek Oberoi ka role to chotu hi karega.

    Chal enjoi...

    By Anonymous Abbas ( nothing intelligent in the are warned ), at 11/16/2005 11:44 PM  

  • @Abbass

    Hope u come to read this .... where in the world did thid picture and chotu thing popped up ... BTW i wrote this piece b4 comin to Cal ...

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