June 10, 2008 ☼ Congress ☼ democracy ☼ governance ☼ India ☼ Left ☼ media ☼ politics ☼ Public Policy
This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.
Towards the end of his lecture on “inclusive growth through inclusive governance” (yes, yes, the title tells the tale), Mani Shankar Aiyar says:
I speak for the inconsequential Indian, the unsuccessful Indian, but also for the Indian who crucially determines the outcome of the democratic process. [The Hindu]
The Indian voter, in other words, is inconsequential according to Mr Aiyar, even after ‘crucially determining the outcome of the democratic process’.
Isn’t it at once apt and ironic that Mr Aiyar should say this in a lecture on inclusive governance?
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