1. Statement: Should all the infrastructural development projects in India be handed over to the private sector? Arguments: No. The private sector entities are hot equipped to handle such projects. Yes. Such projects are handled by private sector in the developed countries.






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  • By: guest on 02 Jun 2017 01.29 am
    Clearly, such projects if handed over to the private sector shall be given to a competent authority. So, argument I is vague. Also, imitating a policy on the basis that it worked out successfully in other countries holds no relevance. Thus, argument II also does not hold strong.
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