This is with reference to the comment "PM defends big ticket reforms" (September 16). It is true that reforms brought in by the government would help the country to leap forward and are being reckoned as big hopes.
Allowing FDI in retail and aviation sector would provide more opportunities and benefits to the common men.
The steps taken by the government seems sufficient and will definitely provide new horizons for growth to everyone.
But what is hurting the common man as of now is inflation as the cost of daily needs has gone far beyond the reach of poor people.
Currently the country is not providing new jobs, there is no growth and the daily needs are costlier. The reforms must bring changes for the poor and work in favour of the weak section of the society.
(This letter published in Mail Today on September 17, 2012)