The economic system of India has changed over the years.
It was developed by British colonial administrators to provide for the needs of the British rulers.
But it has also been a target of the nationalist insurgency of the Indian National Congress (INC), which gained power in 2019.
It is estimated that the INC has killed hundreds of thousands of Indians.
The economic reformers of the time, led by Rajiv Gandhi, wanted to give Indians a sense of control over their own destinies and make the economy more fair.
It has also caused economic woes for the middle classes and left India’s growth prospects bleak.
The rise of the BJP is part of a global trend that has seen the rise of nationalist movements around the world, from Germany to South Africa to Japan.
The BJP has been in power in India since 2013 and it is expected to win a majority government.
India’s economic system is based on two systems: the market and the state.
The market economy was introduced in 1851 and it was designed to provide the public with the goods and services they needed.
The state is a government-owned company, which operates on a revenue-sharing system.
The government has a monopoly on the issuance of government bonds, which the government pays to its state-owned companies.
Both of these systems have been used for decades.
But in India, both are in trouble.
The new BJP government, led for the first time by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has not given a clear indication on how it will handle these two systems.
In a speech to the Indian business community on Wednesday, Modi said he was open to a debate on how to change India’s system.
But his speech was met with scepticism.
In an interview with CNN-IBN in November, the prime minister said the market economy is the system that worked in the 19th century and the government will not give up on it.
He said that there will be an economic transition period, during which we will look at different economic models.
But he said the economy will not be changed overnight, but it is an important part of the economy and there will have to be a debate.
The economy is changing and there is a change in governance that needs to be done.
That was a big change in the Indian economy.
It also has its roots in the colonial era, when the Indian rulers used to have power over the economy.
And now the system is under scrutiny and will be changed, said Vinay Sharma, a senior fellow at the Observer Research Foundation think tank.
In the past, economic reforms were seen as the solution to India’s problems.
India is one of the world’s biggest economies and it produces more than $US40 trillion ($50 trillion) in exports annually.
It’s one of its biggest exports, and its population is estimated to be more than 4.5 billion.
In India, many people are used to living under a system of rule by the state, Sharma said.
And yet, Modi’s comments have caused widespread criticism, with some Indians saying the prime minster is making the country’s economic problems worse by changing the system.
“The government’s attitude is to do the best it can with the present system and ignore the past,” said Ashish Bajaj, a researcher at the Economic Policy Research Institute.
The system of economic growth has been the cornerstone of the country since Independence in 1947.
But its slow progress has made it one of Asia’s most unequal societies.
While the population in India has increased from 5.6 billion in 1947 to 8.2 billion in 2017, the poverty rate has grown from 12.3 percent in 1997 to 22.4 percent in 2015.
India was ranked 136th out of 136 countries in the 2015 United Nations Development Programme’s World Development Indicators (WDIs).