this is not indecisiveness, it's an elaborate charade or mating dance between the congress and the marxists. the marxists pretend to protest some sensible policy, such as the SEZ loosening of labor laws. the nehruvians pretend to be shocked and horrified, wring their hands in despair, beat their breasts a few times, sigh mightily, and say, 'because the marxists don't want this, we are forced, alas, to drop this sensible policy.' in reality both groups want the same end result: poverty persisting in india, so that they can pretend to be the saviros and hoodwink the electorate. this we have seen time and again in the disinvestment area, as we do now with the hoo-haa over BHEL.
in the weary and immortal words of elton john, 'i've seen that movie too'. yeah, many times. too many times.
So keep your auditions for somebody
Who hasn't got that much to lose
`Cause you can tell by the lines I'm reciting
That I've seen that movie too
and the british media colludes in all this -- after all, they prefer to keep india down. here is the financial times exonerating the nehruvians in this editorial
if you want the full url, here it is: http://news.ft.com/cms/s/4b89ba12-e83b-11d9-9786-00000e2511c8.html