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The bitter truth that is now dawning on the Indian public is that far from being a great economist and a man of integrity, the former Prime Minister’s macro-economic management was a complete disaster, and he had indeed made terrible compromises just to cling to office. As a result, he compromised national interest, caused humongous loss to the exchequer and contributed substantially to India’s economic downfall. Obsessed with the desire to cling to power, he seemed to have made several unpardonable decisions to please his political masters — Ms Sonia and Mr Rahul Gandhi — and some coalition partners. Going by the evidence that is now at hand, the country has undoubtedly paid a very heavy price for having accepted Mr Manmohan Singh as Prime Minister for an entire decade.
A Surya Prakash

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