Thursday, October 23, 2014

Rapid Action Government

Narendra Modi is changing the complexion of the government. The government's image is changing from that of an insensitive behemoth to that of an agile force.

The government has taken steps to amalgamate the scam-scarred NSEL with its parent, FTIL. Expectedly, FTIL and its shareholders including foreign institutions are up in arms against this swift move (the UPA government was dithering over NSEL's shenanigans). The process of re-allocation of coal mines on a transparent basis has started in right earnest inviting the inevitable protests from antediluvian communists. Floods in AP and J&K have evoked prompt response from the government. Civil servants at the centre are being reshuffled to make bureaucracy more responsive.

We seem to have woken up from a decade of slumber.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If the government continues to be agile and honest, India will become a respectable nation. But, what are the chances?