Question 134

Aspiration is nothing new. Neither is the debate over what the Indian middle class is, what it wants and what it buys. Since the mid-80s, that has been the focus of the economic policy papers so called pro- and anti-poor budgets and marketing strategies that have successfully broken the barrier of urban selling and reached deeper into rural India with increasing income levels and aspirations. Based on the above passage, it can be inferred that


There is nothing in the passage to suggest that the Indian middle class has been transformed to a 'pampered' middle class. Options b) and c) are incorrect. However, the paragraph strongly suggests that the Indian middle class has been the focus of the economic policies of the Government for a long time now. So, option a) can be inferred.

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