Local govt leaders get money saving ideas (1):
Sr Member Of Parliament:apronx
This is the new ‘Degrading Government’ government which just came into power. It was promised by Prime Minister Modi who was hoping for a clean chit to remove some of his biggest critics. It is not a surprise that Modi has now done this!
The government proposes cutting out a lot of subsidies and reducing the cost of subsidised water, food, electricity and so on which have been essential to people. People in many pockets of the country are feeling the squeeze! People like me and others on social security and I think that it is good. For some people this means they can stop consuming that which makes them feel poor; for others the cut in this sector makes much more sense. The reason why the poor are suffering is because they do not have access to food in quantity. It is also the main reason why they do not have water and electricity supply to run their homes. So I can understand how people feel.
I would suggest that any minister working on these problems should be given the chance to present his idea as an alternative. Not for the sake of popularity, but for its own sake. It would also help in keeping this government moving forward (2).
However, the government is being given what looks like a good reason for doing so and what may not have much support in the Lok Sabha. We have the most basic of everything being destroyed so suddenly, but this does not come at the cost of anything else, other than the most basic things on which we depend (like food, water, electricity etc.). People are getting the worst of everything and there are only two options left for them. They either have to live without even a little bit of basic material or continue living just as they are. My view is that if you get a government with what is being cut for the rich, then even if that is not a great plan for the poor, it at least helps them. And it is good for the government to keep cu우리카지노tting things down fo우리카지노r the rich.
If the government really wants to solve the problems of the poor, then it could give away their basic services and put them in the hands of those who earn enough. In fact, this would help people feel just a little better.
Sr Member Of Parliament:
Let me say from the very start that any discussion of this problem will be a non-starter because we are trying to solve it through the state, through the people, not throug