ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Tribal Loyalties

If the public sector, the major repository of twenty years of economic effort by the State, provides a sample of the rewards that accrue, the next conclusion is that it would be better to leave the future and its development to the mechanisms of the market. This easy thinking, so prevalent in the offices of the ministries concerned with economic development, could become a major threat to federal cohesion and even the viability of the democratic system when jobs and opportunities run out. Apart from some isolated individuals, it is no longer popular in Delhi to raise these vital issues. For some strange reason, it is expected that growth will continue to take place in the future even if we do not plan and invest for it now.

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