As the government strengthens its resolve to privatise both Air India and BPCL, here’s an insight into why the GOI must exit these loss-making entities.
It would help if Modi were to now formally embrace reform as his credo, and start moving beyond reform by stealth.
There’s no two ways about privatisation. It has to happen. The country has voted for it.
Narendra Modi has to ultimately bite the bullet of privatisation.
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By keeping BSNL and MTNL on permanent life support, the government is not doing itself any favour.
The only way out is for the government to state unequivocally that HPCL belongs to ONGC.
Another more interesting, but also riskier, alternative is to merge Jet with Air India as soon as possible.
Rahul Gandhi is free to call PM Modi names like Bechendra Modi; Modi should use this opportunity to privatise PSUs.
Air India posted maximum losses among central public sector enterprises.
The process needs far more transparency in numbers than has been seen till now.
Not closing the airline will have consequences that go beyond just Air India and its employees.
The government wants the process to succeed by handing over the reins to DIPAM.
Vodafone Idea is really the most vulnerable company in the private sector triumvirate that includes Jio and Airtel.
The government should allow LIC to raise the capital it needs to remain competitive and profitable.
Breaking up Air India into four distinct parts before the start of sale, as per the plan, would be a sensible move.
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