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How Finance Minister gave liquidity lifeline for the economy but not the structural reforms India needs

Nirmala Sitharaman's economic package does not quite amount to the deep structural reforms India needs. It is a crisis liquidity fund to put the economy back on its feet.

It takes a crisis to trigger economic reforms in India. After six years of status quoist policies by the Narendra Modi government, the economic and social devastation wrought by the Covid-19 pandemic has ignited a reformist impulse. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's Rs 20 lakh crore economic package does not quite amount to the deep structural reforms India needs. It is a crisis liquidity fund to put the economy back on its feet. Will the proposals announced by the FM solve the chronic problems that afflict the Indian

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