This got me thinking about what the social contract of the Indian nation-state is. I'm forced to conclude that there is no contract or rather a state of uncontract between India and it's people. The State doesn't do anything for it's people and the people don't do anything for the State. In fact, the citizenry actively makes every effort to avoid it's duties to the state (taxes, public debate etc.) while the State makes very little effort to provide for the people. The people don't want the State to meddle in their affairs and the State doesn't want people meddling in its.