Prime Minister Narendra Modi cherishes a commendable vision to take India to new heights on the socio-economic front. For this to happen, first our country has to catch up with the developed world in the manufacturing and industrial sector. Unfortunately, even after more than two decades of economic liberalization, India has barely managed to scratch its existing potential.
This suggestion is much-inspired by PM's recent measure of launching the 'attendance.gov.in', aimed at biometric attendance of government employees. The pluses of digitization were hardly known to former administrators; however the use of digital media, for augmenting nation's productivity, during his control has been far than promising.
In one of her poems, late Smt. Subhadra Kumari Chauhan depicted the pain of a poor woman who was embarrassed to have visited a temple without any material offerings; however presented her heart and body to the Almighty.
It was not just the cancellation of 122 odd licenses, but was much more than that. In 2012, when the honorable Supreme Court announced revocation of 2G spectrum almost 80 million customers; banks who lent INR 30,000 crore to five firms; companies who shared infrastructure; and foreign investors including Norway's Telenor and Russia's Sistema went into a state of anarchy.