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  • 1. Key messages Sanjeev Sabhlok January 2009
  • 2. Welcome
    • This slide is about things that are really more important to me.
    • It is about my hopes for India and a message asking you to lead India to freedom
  • 3. Who am I? What’s my problem?
    • Everyone has some locus of identity. Mine is related to humanity first, but to India next. I am also an Australian now.
    • My frustration has been that India has remained a corrupt and poor, disorganised and chaotic country, where millions of lives are blighted because our governments have failed us badly.
    • I hope that we can, together, change this.
  • 4. My books are my message
    • Having failed (so far only!) to create the momentum for governance reforms in India, my book/s are my message.
    • Read ‘ Breaking Free of Nehru ’ first.
    • Then comment on my early draft of a second book: ‘ The Discovery of Freedom ’
  • 5. Other writings
    • I have a number of formally published writings: see my publications page
    • There are also a number of informal (draft) notes/ writings at
        • India Policy Institute
        • Liberal Party of India
        • and others too many to enumerate.
  • 6. What do I ask of you?
    • I hope that you will step forward to lead India. You can do this in many ways; one of them is to join the Freedom Team of India .
    • However, if you only wish to support at this stage, and not lead, consider joining the Linkedin group: Freedom and Capitalism in India and subscribe to the FTI magazine .