Roots of India’s economic Problems

While our governments have been constantly struggling with increasing capital expenditure of the budget, at the same time many inefficient PSUs are sucking money off the taxpayers and have become white elephants. Disinvestment is the way forward. But we also have a thriving protest economy supported by anti-India elements directly targeted to disrupt every reforms and policy of the government with the sole aim of hampering India's economic progress. Enemies of Bharat don't want it to become Atmanirbhar. This protest economy, we have to destroy and dismantle. Andolanjeevis, your time's up.

GST: RECENT ISSUES AND REFORMS REQUIRED

GST was a huge bargain when States gave up their rights to collect sales tax while the Centre gave up excise and service tax. Australia also shares the GST anniversary with us where the rates have been constant at 10%. Thus, a single rate in India can be a huge reform, and a matter of discussion too! But there is an urgent need for structural reforms in GST, in order to be a leading economy.