Subhas Chandra Pattanayak
Whatever is the outcome of an election, in absence of political economy as the crux of challenge to electoral wisdom, should not the political party that captures power, make its Prime Minister refrained from allowing the foreigners own the means of production in India, where subsidy in rice or wheat is the only trick administration uses to stymie starvation death of innumerable Indians?
Should not its members, if there is any concern for the countrymen in them, oppose their PM’s call to foreigners to “make in India”?
It is a shame that PM Modi has been giving this message to the world that India has nothing to offer as “Made in India”.
Is it not an offense against the mana of India, which, as the PM, he is required to safeguard and serve?
He is asking foreigners to “make in India”. For what should the foreigners “make in India”?
Obviously, not for loss, but for profit – their own profit.
We shall give the foreigners the land they need, the water for their industries, the manpower to serve them as cheaply as possible, the infrastructure they will require as quickly as possible, and a very vast domestic market. But, the profit they will fetch would be theirs.
Is not this design meant to help the foreigners to loot and exploit India?
Isn’t the PM Modi acting in interest of foreign business empires? If not, why “make in India” at the cost of mana of India?
Is he not bringing in a new foreigners’ combine like that of the former East India Company, which had, under cover of business, pushed India into the British rule?
Is Modi’s “Make in India” call paving the path for a sort of ‘West India Company’ to grab India?
Let him explain the matter in a white-paper to reach every Indian home; because the future of India is threatened by this pro-foreigner call.
Every Indian patriot has reasons to be worried.