The writer is a former comptroller and auditor general of India (2008-13)
The governments of Punjab, Delhi and Maharashtra have supported the protesting farmers. They should partner in the dialogue to evolve a sustainable and meaningful solution.
We need to recognise that champions are not made in a day. In the making of such champions the sweat, the hard work, the mentoring, the dedication and most importantly the mental conditioning, have such a critical role to perform.
This is certainly the 1991 moment for Indian agriculture. The first state off the starting block will liberate the Indian farmer as no other action of government has done in the last five decades.
Protestors should have asked Kasuri questions. They have given him the high ground.
The CAG on cabinet ministers,governance,growth,poverty lines and criticism of state accountants