Chartered Accountant, 1981 batch, in business for >20 years. Aggrieved with India’s status as a bottom performer, In his book "For Peace and Prosperity in India" he has analyzed most issues concerning legal, economic and administrative environments in India preventing it from reaching its potentials. India ranks close to bottom in almost any international surveys when it is one of the handfuls in space launch or super computer technology, resplendent with vast natural resources and a huge domestic market blessed with young population. English speaking population and deep routed legal and corporate systems should have been a bane of envy for most of the emerging economies and yet, we are a laughing stock of the work, devoid of any true friend, not even in our close neighbours.
Unwillingness to solve Kashmir problem has brought terrorism through our front door. People are content to accept any problem and adjust with it, incl terrorism. Govt is no longer custodian of public interest. Corruption rankings sound unrealistic when we hit scams even in PMT exam! Basics are neglected but $40 billion are spent in subsidies! Common Wealth Games cost more in Delhi than in London. Corruption and insatiable thirst for revenue has made government behave like a foreign occupier. Vested interests are in firm control. Courts take decades to decide cases and there is no finality, each case goes to appeal. Public prosecutor is caught taking bribe from rape-accused. Business is treated as a necessary evil. Things are in dire shape indeed.
Author analyzes most of these issues and makes concrete recommendations for Administrative, Legal and Economic reforms, and goes on to suggest his model New Economic Policy as well. A truly thought provoking work!!! It is available on the link http://www.amazon.com/kindle/dp/B00IK0J6XE/ref=rdr_kindle_ext_eos_detail
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