In the Financial Times he writes:
“India needs a government that views its youthful population (more than 50% under 25) as a strength and not just as more mouths to feed!
“It needs to craft an original economic policy suitable for its labour-rich economy and not merely adapt the western model more suitable for capital-rich countries.
“It needs to educate and empower more of its population to adopt a self-employment strategy in trade and services, rather than hoping for “jobs” to follow foreign investment.
“It needs to defang the petty bureaucracy that hobbles its people. It needs a different set of tools to do all that. Just a new broom won’t do”.