We need more objective assessment of ground realities and problemsThere is a tendency among some members of ISC and thousands of people in our society, who virtually sing songs in praise of the ruling dispensation. Even when they had done blunder after blunder in the past almost seven years, they heap praise on the Prime Minister. Even when it needs just elementary eighth standard common sense to understand that the biggest crisis facing people today is the lack of income and hence lack of demand for any product, the supporters come around saying everything is fine and that the economy will be back.
The worst fall in the GDP growth is there for all to see. The trick is to spend more and even print notes to increase money supply. We need employment. We need jobs. The world's wisest economists and even Dr. Subramaniam Swamy have said the same thing. Yet, the Govt acts as if it knows everything. It does not give the GST dues to States; it says, borrow from RBI and repay the loan!
One atrocity after another is done in India. We have reached a point where people have lost their common sense.
We need more objectivity in evaluating the ground realities. We need to take up issues on merit, on what we around us. We cannot be blind and keep on praising someone just because we like him or her. It is time that we have more and more people speaking the truth so that at least more blunders do not happen.