This refers to Bhupesh Bhandari’s article “The man who hates profit” (White Knight, October 26). It seems Arvind Kejriwal and Prashant Bhushan believe that our country’s situation is gangrenous. So, it follows that they would advocate an extreme remedy like amputation. Amputation indeed entails a serious loss, but without it, life itself is in danger. Similarly, the Kejriwal school of thought may be convinced that sacrificing the economic growth of the kind that was globally accepted and reworking the development model may be necessary, if the interest of our country and its people is to be safeguarded.
Kishor Kulkarni, Mumbai
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