MOST DANGEROUS DEVELOPMENT is the communal disharmony showing up in India and BJP together with Shiv Sena I fear may drag India into diving the country. Very harmful for India and its progress as well the image. The fundamentals of India´s constitution is "secular India".

If the politicians are not willing or ready to remove corruption because comfort levels have been achieved, then why should people invest in India to become criminals like many to evade taxes and forced to turn white money into black money.

Is the GDP based on gray economy or real economy? more  

Thanks a lot for the detailed information and clarifications. I fully agree that political parties leaning on Religion, be it Akaliis, BJP or anyone else should not be encouraged to exploit Religious sentiments for their political Motives. more  
It is a fake economy more  
There is unfortunately a change in value system over the past 10 years or so. Now self, family, caste, religion come first and nation comes last. What do you expect will happen? Why blame politicians alone? Everyone is to blame. Politicians are from the same pool of population and so the initial value system is the same - nation last. So long as we have religion based parties (BJP is rooted in religion as they have been using this card to gain votes) there can be no secularism and no long term peace of progress. Parties which use religion to get votes must be banned and this includes Akali party and the new party formed by Owaisi. more  
Just some questions I would like to ask in the answer to the above post? 1. Is it that the communal disharmony has started showing up or spiking up since the current government came to power?? (Referring to Central BJP/Modi Government) Pl go through the official data about communal incidents happened here : The above suggest that the communal incident haven't spiked at all since the current central government took over. 2. The famous Dadri incident took place in UP but surprisingly it's central government that's being held responsible, why no body asks single questions to SP or CM of UP, who is incharge of Law and Order of UP state?(Just because it suits their agenda, they give free ride to UP CM, sadly they didn't do so in 2002 when it was CM of State who was held responsible.) 3. Everybody has heard and accused BJP and PM for dadri lynching( which is obviously unacceptable and those responsible must he brought to law) but why pin drop silence on for the Prashant Poojari's murder case in K'taka??( Why they don't ask PM or BJP about the same issue? Because again it suits their agenda. 4. The famous on going issue, is beef ban. Surprisingly some intellectual have said that beef export has gone up since the current government took over. Let's make it clear that the ban is on "Cow Slaughter" and not on beef. Beef is cow as well as Buffalo meat, and its the Buffalo meat export which has gone up. Also, the ban is not importing on cow meat, if you are so fond of cow meat export and you can eat it. Pl watch the video and hear from the horse's mouth(Maha CM) about beef and its ban in Maharashtra : 5. There is active ban on Cow Slaughter(not on beef, as they generally put it) in currently 22 states of India, and its been in place before the current Central Government took over in 2014. Nobody would tell you that. None of the above point is an attempt to any communal incident or any mob lynching or murder. They are wrong irrespective of cast/creed/religion of the attacker or victim. But its the MEDIA who is crimial and who only selectively shows the information and keeps on hammering on the same issue with only intention of disturbing the civil order of the society. more  
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