Leadership deficit in ISRO and Modi Government’s initiative to go for Space Sector reforms

Lalit Shastri

Over the years and in public interest, Newsroom24x7 has been following closely the working and performance of the Space Headquarters that they prefer to call ISRO, and also different Centres linked with India’s Space Programme and working under Department of Space.

The present dispensation virtually scuttled the privatisation move and issued just an expression of interest in 2019. It has also closed the small satellite program and virtually killed most of the societal applications. In this backdrop, the present ISRO leadership is falsely trying to take the credit for the reform process set in motion by the Cabinet presided by Prime Minister Modi on Wednesday.

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