You know, Mr. Bansal is as regarded as Ms. Banerjee. It appears, Ms. Banerjee is very animated, and Mr. Bansal gives another personal perception of himself, equally positive to others. The only issue being, that the railway's is supposed to be a catalyst to the economy, but I want it to be appropriate for freight and passenger travel. I mean, if freight is increased or decreased in relation to transport costs, that does not exactly give any message to the producer or consumer. The manufacturer himself faces changes in what his costs are, because of his own needs of demand and supply. In an example, he might not have the demand for his supply, and this varies. So, I cannot see in the long run, how this might gain or loose the economy. Even if prices of goods and services was as high as in France, the same momentum of producing the same would be kept. People would have higher salaries, their employers would also have higher income. France has the monorail, being a socialist nation. Their citizens want a centrist, socialist, green representation, in their politicians. Every political party including the Communists are leaning towards the center, whether they be ideologically left or right. The previous President of France, Mr. Sarcozy, experienced this. He wasn't actually influencing the population to act any way they otherwise weren't. He wasn't supposed to be a socialist party politician, and he was aware of it.
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