The Adani effect : The Disaster of privatization

Honorable Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi has considered privatization as his big weapon after the formation of his government in 2019.  He wants to convert all the government offices in the country under privatization as soon as possible, out of which he has privatized places like PWD, Railways and Airport.

In all these cases many allegations are made by the opposition that Gautam Adani is very close to Honorable Narendra Modi ji.  That’s why they prefer to give the heart of all privatization to either Adani or Ambani ji. The minister says that it is the job of the party to make allegations.  But I believe that the one who is eligible will get the job. 

The impact of privatization is good as well as bad.

According to the middle class public, this decision is very bad.Because they feel that even in this era of inflation, if things become more expensive due to privatisation, then it will be very difficult for them to survive and their thinking is right to some extent and if experts are to be believed then more  In a populous country, this decision can prove to be bad.  The country may go into a bad phase.  If it is fully implemented for the next 35 to 40 years.

If we talk about the bad impact of privatization, then there is an example airport where parking had to be paid ₹ 50 before privatization.  After privatization, now up to ₹ 200 has to be paid for parking.  But there is no improvement in features.

If we talk about the good impact of privatization, then we can get to see railway stations, where earlier there used to be no stairs, toilets, bathrooms at railway stations, now there is a provision of lift at the stations.  Good lighting, cleanliness and even though now you have to pay for the toilet, but still the condition of the railway station is much better than before.


Now in the next 5 to 10 years only privatization can be discussed.  Its full impact will be seen only after 20 years from today.  Experts believe so.

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