Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Azim Premji Tells It Like It Is

"There is a complete absence of decision-making among leaders in the government. If prompt action is not taken, the country will face a setback. You must appreciate how serious it is."

Last month, Premji was among a group of eminent personalities who had in an open letter to national leaders expressed concern over the governance deficit. Widespread discretionary decision-making have been routinely subjected to extraneous influences.
The strong nexus between certain corporates, politicians, bureaucrats and power brokers is one of the greatest threats for the Indian economy.

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