There is process for everything with all its inner dynamics or inherent aspects [dharma if one may wish to call it- I can give very nice as well as extremely nasty examples to explain this because all scholars say only nice things very nicely and people forget it] and also the external contextual/situational constraints.
Our karma or responsibility is to do the best with all the givens. You cannot give a loan for a non entity or a non living thing or for doing nothing nor can you give one when everyone is against taking a loan or against someone giving it.
I remember reading a small verse, which I remember posting in FB too, in Reader's Digest titled TTT - Things Take Time. Initiations, intentions, improvements, institutions have been put in place as a foundation in almost most domains of economic activity and partial structures too completed in many areas.
Even with all the constraints let no one have any doubts, I am not saying this as a fan of Modi or BJP but out of sheer instinct that in India when the process of a positive vision either of a individual or a group gets ignited it does not stop despite all the stumbling blocks, chronic pessimists, constantly mourning status quo addicts, putrefying propaganda by all vested interest lobbies, puerile grumbling by the frustrated etc.
I am not trying to compare anyone with anyone else but I would like to use the following examples to explain the phenomenon of vision and I am sure the whole world will stand as a witness to this after perhaps 10 to 15 years down the line.
It is like what Adi Shanka did [ considered as impossible and foolish at the time encountering critics all around and united all motley groups and brought out all the important philosophical concepts of Sanathana Dharma and made people prioritize it over their petty observances of rituals and traditional practices dividing them]
It is what Swami Vivekananda did [never thought of till then- by prioritizing the need to explain the great concepts of Sanathana Dharma in a language and idiom that will be understood by many]
It is what Saint Tyagaraja did to music [can anyone imagine forming or weaving patterns of so many beautiful structures of sounds leading to creation of so many ragas].
The predominant inner dynamics of this country is vibrational and not verbal.