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The last five years have been a watershed moment in Indian politics and the economy. The NDA alliance’s grand victory on the agenda of development and good days to come (achhe din) started off on a high note. But after five years, the NDA government stands delegitimized. But what followed was brazen violence against minorities, Dalits, Adivasi, women and marginal sections of the society, systematic destruction of institutions, forced poverty, the decimation of the informal sector, corruption unemployment and a stressed economy. And today, the NDA government stands delegitimized, so much so that it is termed as a quantum leap backwards.
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