F resh things irritate countries, especially a democratic power like India. When government opened the door widely for foreign investments through liberalization, agitations were not less. Slogans were pumped from million mouths. People were not in a position to digest the tweaked policy. Even though India was about to get demolished economically and the country was forced to sell 20 tons of gold to IMF (international monetary fund) to expel from the shades of balance of payment crises, pluck-cards and slogans were asking to shut the policy drive. What would have happened, if such a ‘private’ 1991 didn’t happen? If no liberalization, then? It’s absurd to steer the discussion in such a way and it is a fact that many good things were the side products of that economic reforms. The role of change was taking off, and many more reforms have been done by the later governmental systems. In 2005 the then government loosed the FDI regulations for construction industry by making it 100%.