Since the time of the second wave of reforms in 1990s and its embedded neoliberal policies1, the economic gain of capitalist class has been enormous. During this period the Indian capitalists multiplied their fortunes many fold2 (Das 2013; Patnaik 2010a). As a token of this the growth trajectories of Indian economy climbed to break the “Hindu” rate of growth of 3.5% per annum (Kumar 2009).