Forget about JNU, Deepika Padukone, Iran-USA war tensions as India as a unified nation has other problems to look after. Since we have other issues on our plate let's try to understand from the perspective of India's head of the state Mr. Narendra Damodar Das Modi.
PM Modi is focusing on the already dying and ailing economy of India. The latest economic forecast estimates that India will grow at a rate below 5 percent which is the lowest in the past 11 years.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is set to present the annual budget of India on 1st February 2020 and before that PM Modi has only less than a month left to make sure the final things are set as per his ideological standard of planning.
Before only PM Modi had an urgent meeting with the top business leaders (two days back to be noted) and now he is meeting the top economists of the country (maybe rightist and leftist both) and we might see something fruitful coming out of it.
Top sources in the Modi administration said that in the course of the most recent couple of days the Prime Minister of India has been conceptualizing over a scope of issues influencing the economy and work out suitable strategy intercessions so that New India plan is back on the track of reality than virtue.
He has held upwards of 12 close focus meetings so far with gatherings of industrialists and economists. Each meeting has had between 10-12 individuals in each meeting. It all has been for three hours and the sky is the limit from there, in what likely is the broadest ever meeting sessions that Modi has hung on issues identified with the Union Budget and the economy in the previous five years.
These meetings held on economic issues of India have gotten increasingly extraordinary and focussed in the course of the last six to seven days, with a considerable lot of time with some meetings running into 10-11 hours — beginning at 9 am and mostly go on till 10 pm.
So PM Modi might be light but he is still on the right issue as he is focusing more on the economy. He badly needs a full time and experienced Finance Minister like Dr. Subramaniam Swamy who has the full Sangh Parivar backing but not only Modi's acceptance and trust. So what he might backfire? Instead of taking his advice let him do the work PM Modi as everything is not possible by you only.
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