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Facts speak otherwise It is worth noting that under an ‘economist’ PM Dr Manmohan Singh India’s #EaseOfDoingBusiness rankings plummeted from 132 to 142 between 2011 and 2014 Corruption cronyism and policy paralysis of the UPA adversely impacted the nation Amit Shah (@AmitShah) October 31 2018 Beyond the cut and thrust of electoral politics it is now evident that Modi’s target of reaching the top 50 in EODB rankings may not sound as outlandish as it did in 2014 If that milestone now appears achievable it has been made possible due to a process that included key reforms such as the GST Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) bill modifications in labour regulations along with concomitant thrust on greater digitisation and formalisation of the economy fiscal discipline and a tight monetary policy (for which RBI deserves credit) File image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi Reuters Th important thing to understand (and also the reason why Modi deserves a longer stint at helm) is that these key reforms — that are beginning to bear fruit and are slowly expected to stabilise the economy and propel it onto a path of higher and more sustainable growth — bore significant transitory costs and ate into Modi’s political capital Modi still remains overwhelmingly popular but there has been an unmistakable erosion in his popularity He is easily the most preferred candidate for theprime minister’s post but Rahul Gandhi the Congress president is slowly gaining traction according to latest surveys The Congress president has so far run a negative campaign focused on taking Modi down — leveling mostly unverified and wild charges and presenting not a single cogent idea or vision about tackling the pressure points that the Indian economy is under Despite his lack of vision the very fact that Rahul Gandhi is gaining some traction suggests that he is benefiting from the adverse opinion on Modi that is slowly taking shape It is undeniable that India is facing macroeconomic instability due to rising import bill widening current account deficit falling rupee lack of jobs and sluggish private investment Yet the economy remains stable the “fastest-growing” tag has been regained growth forecasts are healthy and inflation is still under control If there is discontent against Modi’s handling of economy it chiefly arises from the teething pains associated with implementation of key reforms such as the GST Modi would have been aware of it and therefore stepped on the GST pedal in July last year to allow some distance between the implementation and electoral season And yet the very fact that he was ready to take the demonetisation gamble or bite the GST bullet indicates his resolve in painstakingly putting in place the building blocks to eventually change India’s economic trajectory A leader who is unafraid to administer the bitter pill in the face of inevitable pushback and resistance is rare because electoral democracy is not an academic exercise It can be unforgiving as Vajpayee found out and intolerant of grand strategies and long-term plans Real-time pain for people in their daily lives can translate into real-time pain for leaders For his resolve and conviction in taking unpopular decisions at the cost of eroding his popularity Modi deserves praise and more time Not the least because it will be unfair if someone else takes the credit for Modi’s work as we saw during the UPA 1 tenure when the economy rode on the merry tailwind created by the Vajpayee regime and squandered the advantage in the end after a federal report harshly criticized the police department,com. ” has signed on with some British chains to support their efforts. "Decriminalisation or legalisation would send the wrong message to the vast majority of people who do not take drugs, where you had,” he said.G, 10pm on Saturday 26 May, of Casselton.

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