The Hindu | January 7, 2004
GOOD GOVERNANCE sounds like another new fancy project of the day. The fundamental duty of any government was to do good. It is unfortunate that we have to keep reminding our political parties of their duty and the rare opportunity we get is during elections. The most important question we need to ask is `good governance for whom?’ Elections are a crucial democratic space when people should demand not just good governance but socially just good governance and continue challenging the government the next five years as they always suffer from amnesia.