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The policymaking process should be inclusive of every member of the society, where the marginalised shall be prioritised with the schemes provided. The schemes of recent times tend to benefit giant investors and the privileged of the class divide. In contrast, the country needs schemes benefiting the common people, labourers and rural citizens. Dr Atul Sood puts forward some crucial questions on Indian policymaking, economic structure and central schemes of the country in recent times.