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2) “Critics of economic reforms or the liberalization and globalization process have seen in this path of development a threat to India’s sovereignty , of India moving towards virtually a neo-colonial direction of dependent development, abandoning the Nehruvian consensus of growth with selfreliance and equity.” Critically comment.

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2) “Critics of economic reforms or the liberalization and globalization process have seen in this path of development a threat to India’s sovereignty , of India moving towards virtually a neo-colonial direction of dependent development, abandoning the Nehruvian consensus of growth with selfreliance and equity.” Critically comment. (200 Words)

Bipan Chandra, India Since Independence, Chapter – 28