Similar is the position of the new government at the center which has inherited a paralyzed economy, wherein resources were made available to corporates at throwaway rates, non-contributories were allowed to increase the demand of products by allowing them groundless subsidies, and nil management techniques were put in place.
The new government commenced operations by sending across a cordial as well as tough message to neighboring nations, realizing their vitality in the functioning of Indian economy. 'Good days' did not promise that Pakistan would sign a Memorandum of Understanding with India with respect to Kashmir and terrorism; however Nawaz Sharif's visit to India can be viewed as the beginning of a better tomorrow.
Unlike former Prime Ministers of India, Mr. Modi accorded supreme prominence to country like Bhutan and scheduled his first overseas tour to this nation. For sure, today neighbors are more concerned and welcoming than ever.
The PMO has been working devotedly since past more than a month and the executives have no opportunity to forsake the assigned tasks. Even the cabinet ministers are being observed with respect to timely completion of missions, and unsubstantiated foreign tours of MPs and ministers have been contained.
When did you last hear about any training programme for newly elected MPs, except the one we witnessed when U.P. cabinet ministers attended unworkable session overseas at the time when the state was being harassed by lawbreakers? Today, armed forces, bureaucrats, ministries, and ISRO are all passionate for future endeavors.
Now those roaring over the hiked rail fares or onion and petro prices shall study the underlying factors for the increase in rates. Only a structured and sturdy economy can substantiate the survival of 125 crore Indians, hence false perks like subsidy and unstructured fares can serve no purpose.
Remember, a government is not just a price-changer; it is an administrative body that is accountable for resourceful functioning of the economy. Thus, 'good days' are not the ones wherein you can buy products at lesser price; rather 'power to all' with robust economic base is what that constitutes good days. Stop expecting like always, rather become participative.