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MISRA COMMISSION REPORT-To the Government s Satisfaction

MISRA COMMISSION REPORT-To the Government s Satisfaction

multinationals'. The dear old cliches are once more out; fulsome praise of the public sector has been resumed. Overtures are being sent even in the direction of the wretched communists, the same communists who were the butt of choicest abuses on the part of the prime minister during the assembly election campaign: will they not, please, join him to fight the fresh onslaught from 'right reactionaries'. Even in the midst of this state of panic though, the basics are not forgotten. In fact, the panic is occasioned because the basics are very much the centre of concern: the interests of the prime minister are indistinguishable from the general welfare of the nation, one is coterminous with the other; once the prime minister's position is in peril, the nation itself is in peril; please do not be silly, nobody ever asks for the proof of an axiom.

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