The other problem with your rhetoric is that you see it as a substitute for proper governance. Over the past four years, I have witnessed Chennai change in a variety of ways. The most obvious is when you look out the window, or walk down the street, or drive across town. I have driven from Adyar to Ambattur and back, via Vadapalani, via Porur and via Nungambakkam, and I can authoritatively say that Chennai’s traffic has deteriorated alarmingly. Driving in Chennai is now a worse experience than driving in Bangalore. Ten days ago I visited Delhi and I saw the change in the city where I lived and worked for 20 years before coming South. Perhaps it is not a fair comparison, for many resources were pumped into Delhi’s infrastructure to better it for the Commonwealth Games. It has worked: Delhi has an uncluttered and aesthetically pleasing look, even in the suburbs. This is not the case with Chennai.