DISAPPOINTED IN NAMO

We were expecting some strong reforms in infrastructure.Stalled projects revival.land acquisition reforms.power sector reforms.gas pricing issue solved.nothing has happened...inflation control etc..plz revive the infra sector...order books of capital goods firms are weak.labour reforms.. more  

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I agree and fully support Dineshchandra about his posting
G.K.Naidu, Hyderabad more  
Himanshu Modi doesn't have any magic wand, please wait the wheel is turning slowly because it has rusted in last 60 years of rule. At least now we have person who has vision and determination to bring India to the forefront and true Desha bhakt more  
i accept .I am in the infra/power sector.Things have been very bad last 3 years.
Now with the sc order on coal allocation there is very little the government can do.
No way to end the inaction in this sector... more  
Well said Mr. Kanukurthy! Managing 1.2B people in a Democratic way, with massive problems of poverty, lack of education for much of the population, corruption, improving public transportation, roads, etc. is not at all easy. Identification of Root cause of each problem and coming up with meaningful solution and its effective implementation are not easy. Internal fighting and politics are enemies in making progress in a democracy. Let us all support Modi-ji's agenda to conquer some of these problems over a period of time - over many years ahead! more  
but yes, religion and corruption are the biggest internal challenges India has got. Corruption seems a bigger threat because History points that Hindu downfall had a lot to do with traitors amongst the Hindus more  
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