Sunday, September 16, 2012
They were part of the package of reform measures kept in abeyance fearing repercussions both politically and economically. Although there was an earlier attempt to bring in retail giants it had to be shelved ignominiously because of the threatening stand of its allies. The very existence of the Government was put in jeopardy at that time. Although the situation has not changed now, the recent opposition and Media attacks have changed the attitude of P M and Congress party towards the life in Government and made them wiser beyond day-to-day existence. If it is death, then may as well die with honor is the motto now.
The worst thing that can happen is the collapse of the Government and if the fall is on account bringing in some economic packages that the P.M. thinks good to the country, at least there is a chance of returning back to power again on sympathy and expectation.
Already the share prices are up and those millions of despondent people who found no way to trade their shares without loss have become cheerful and they are expectant of a good return from their inactive shares. The progressive decisions to boost the economy and positive Market will eclipse all other shortcomings of the Government. People actually want results and progress, corruption becomes an issue only after it and that is why the word 'coal gate' became less effective now.