1. Statement: Does India need so many plans for development? Arguments: Yes. Nothing can be achieved without proper planning. No. Too much time, money and energy is wasted on planning.






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  • By: guest on 02 Jun 2017 01.29 am
    Before indulging in new development programme it is much necessary to plan the exact target, policies and their implementation and the allocation of funds which shows the right direction to work. So, argument I holds strong. Also, planning ensures full utilization of available resources and funds and stepwise approach towards the target. So, spending a part of money on it is no wastage. Thus, argument II is not valid.
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