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Crafting the big Plan
The world’s largest democracy has declared its verdict for a stable government. Hopes within the country have soared high. IE has gathered views from a few experts on their expectations. Excerpts…

My wish list of top four changes that are needed to be done by the new government:


Expectation:
Relentless focus on development and governance. This will take attention away from all divisive factors such as caste and religion.

Reforms on priority:
•    Accountability for actions of government servants by implementation of citizen’s charter.
•    Confidence for public servants to do what they believe in, which would be of national interest, without fear of persecution.


Infrastructure
•    Stable policy and taxation regime.

More FDI

•    More investment; more hiring and employment.
•    Cost of doing business should be reduced.

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