T. C. A. Srinivasa-Raghavan writing is always s mixed veg curry one could taste in different way. Is all that good to tease one’s actions when he comes to public office? Here are few lines from his recent article in the Business Line.
- “Left to himself he would have balanced the Budget but he served Sonia Gandhi a bit too well and allowed the fiscal deficit to go up to around 10 per cent when you take into account the off-budget tricks he played.
- one should ask him the question: politics may impose compulsions on a minister but does it also impose compulsions on the soul?”
May be good question but never be a wrong time.