Economy after COVID-19
The Government bringing the best reforms but the liberal and anti-national gang is a hurdle in Indian economic progress.
India needs to work like a manufacturing powerhouse like China, says corporate lobbyist Deepak Talwar
India is on the right path to become a manufacturing process with a continued government support and national players meeting the standards of quality and quantity across industries. It is imperative the country realizes the gravity of the situation and joins hands
it will be a time consuming and tedious process, but a swift action today is the only way towards a brighter future tomorrow.
The ongoing humanitarian crisis in the repercussions of the current global health crisis is real. Our planning and preparation in the middle of the current lockdown can save the lives of women, men, and children and can help to build a strong economic foundation for the economy of our country.
These people- our COVID heroes made supreme sacrifice as some of them even lost their lives and we should be forever grateful to them.
All economies should focus on self-sufficiency where they can provide for all without any dependence on external sources. This change in priorities of the neoliberal order will remove all the internal fractures in it like poverty, over exploitation of the environments, unemployment, disease and other internal conflicts over scarce resources.
सकारात्मक खबर के बावजूद अभी भी कई चुनौतियां बना हुआ है जैसे-अप्रवासी मजदूर के समुचित खाने की व्यवस्था, बन्द पड़े शिक्षण संस्थान में पढ़ाई शुरू करने की चुनौती, कोरॉना के बाद अर्थवयवस्था के पुनरुद्धार की चुनौती, साथ वैक्सीन बनने की चुनौती, भविष्य में प्रसार रोकते हुए जनजीवन सामान्य बनाने की चुनौतीl
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