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Should privatisation be implemented in our country
I think it should be implemented partially because at some govt sector people will not get proper service,not upto the mark and also it lacks quality.
Started on  25-Oct-2007  By  Naseer Kazi   E-mail : nasir_kazi25@rediffmail.com
VAMSHI

There should be partial privatisation and some should be under public sector which are of national interest.

DAKSHAYANI

Privatisation is good, but with strict laws defined on them. Service is good when privatised but when it comes to money matters, lack of transparency leads to chaos leading the end user to face problems.

NEHA VATS

I agree with vamshi. It should be a private public mix. By privatising the whole setup we cannot make the government to run away fron its duty. And if we kept on relying wholesomely on government management it will always be a chaos everywhere. The best possible solution would be if govt give the management in private hands but the main power should be with in govt.hands so that the end user can enjoy good services without financial crisis.

SHILPA

For countries like India where 50% of the citizens are below poverty line introducing complete privatisation is not correct. Because private sectors are profit oriented. They can do anything to expand their business. Second thing India is having rich culture. If we introduce privatisation in these fields India will lose its diverse culture.

MOHAN

For countries like India where 50% of the citizens are below poverty line introducing complete privatisation is not correct. It must be a mixture of both public and private sector. The private concern must have the management authority and the controlling power of private sector must lie with the GOVERMENT.

MOHAN

For countries like India where 50% of the citizens are below poverty line introducing complete privatisation is not correct. It must be a mixture of both public and private sector. The private concern must have the management authority and the controlling power of private sector must lie with the GOVERMENT.

LALIT PHALAK

I AGREE WITH NEHA. BECOUSE IF PRIVATISATION IS APPLIED IN INDIA IT IS NOT COMPLETLY USEFUL FOR ALL SECTORS INCLUDING AGRICULTURE. SECOND THING IS THAT IT HAS SOME DRAWBACKS LIKE THEY CAN DO ANYTHING FOR MAKING THEIR PROFIT.

DEPINDER DHANJAL

I agree with dakshyani that privatization is effective only when its under the governments control.The quality is good no doubt.And they also keep the time constraints in mind giving customer satisfaction but then they can even increase their rates according to their positions in share markets and they can do anything to expand, which sometimes has an adverse effect on the end user.

SUJATHA

I agree with palak. Like government , private concerns wont consider the necessity of the people. Profit is their main focus. If privatisation comes, then its an obvious mistake on the part of the government.

VIVEK PRAKASH

No, privatisation should not be implementated in our country becouse the main motive of private sector companies is making profit. If govt. implements privatisation, then private companies will forget customer service.

RAVI

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SRAVANI

It would be better if we give equal opportunity to both the sectors. By doing this the draw backs of public sectors can be recovered by private sectors.

NANDAN KUMAR

If we take a look at the population of India, it is increasing day by day. A lot of unemployeed people need good jobs. If they belong to a poor family then they can only think to earn money and live their lives. So they go for private sector. They are making profits,it's true but also they are offering a job.

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