Roadmap for the new economy

12 SEP,2022 | MEDC


The Finance Minister has said that the next 25 years would be critical for the Indian economy. In the course of this transition, work will continue on maintaining the growth momentum. The FM has rightly criticised the freebie culture, which tends to perpetuate the dependence of the poor on the state, rather than attempt to empower them through the development of their innate skills. The policy focus should remain on handholding measures rather than entitlements. The progress made regarding digitalization of key public services is commendable, but policy should simultaneously ensure that India's high-tech governance does not risk leaving behind its socioeconomically deprived. The government's digital-first solutions must be fully accessible to those voiceless millions at the bottom of the pyramid. Simpler approaches that produce results should not be overlooked in the quest to appear modern.

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