This thread has to be seen in two angles.
1. In its general academic sense
2. In its political angle
General academic sense based on trends:
Yes, by the trends of privatisation of many sectors being followed in our country since the nineties, we cannot be surprised if we see our beaches and tourist spots being given to private parties for their operation and maintenance and being available as a commercial service product on payment.
At the time of Independence our leaders adopted the mixed economy. Certain sectors like Defence, Railways, Aviation, Posts and Telegraphs and some more sectors which are high capital demanding and employment generating were kept exclusively under public sector. While some others were given both to private and public sector.
Being a nascent economy the main focus was manufacturing, agriculture and employment generation. Hence more emphasis to governmental control and direction was needed in this .
But as by and by the country became a stable economy, and unemployment was getting reduced, the focus was growth and spread. By that time the private capital was also available from internal as well as external sources. There was a need to integrate our economy to the global economy to gain the benefits of modernisation and diversification..Thus from the nineties the focus was 'Privatisation, Liberalisation and Globalisation". This started from the governments of Rajiv Gandhi, Narasimha Rao and continued with Manmohan Singh govt also. Many sectors were opened to Indian private entrepreneurs as well as to multinational investors. Some public sector units were disinvested by selling the shares to private investors and common public.
During this scenario, the independence time private industrialists like Tatas, Birla, Goenkas, Mafatlals, etc and etc were slowly losing their exclusive prominence and new industrialists and business groups like Ambanis, Adanis started emerging using new technologies and using the more open capital market.
It is now the fashion and escape route slogan for the present opposition and mainly the leftist groups to magnify and present a scary picture to the public demonising the Ambanis and Adanis. The truth is that both these groups were patronised and helped by the earlier Congress/UPA governments also. But from 2014, when the governance became more transparent and more digital,avenues of corruption slowly dwindled. Many political parties became restless due to this. So they with other conniving business houses and vested interest media groups started using this plank of demonising Ambani-Adanias the cause of all present and futyre ills. The truth is that while Ambanis and Adanis wer already there and were given sanction and encouragement by the earlier Congress governments, more and more local business groups also started flourishing. But as the general public were not aware or the vested interest media did not mention about them the Ambanis and Adanis were made the shadow enemy.
This is just a wrong and deceitful propaganda.
For example, you will be surprised to know that the owner of the Lulu group- M A Yousuf Ali- has dominant shares stakes in all the Kerala based banks and various other sectors like Aviation etc in Kerala. But the leftists in Kerala who get benefit from this group in various ways will not mention about this private group or many other similar groups. In Kerala many sectors are under the indirect control and monopoly of the leftist groups-especially co-operative sector. But-they will describe it in a very clever camouflaged way.
So the thread also falls under the opposition political propaganda category too.