As the world’s largest democracy heads to the polls, Monocle’s foreign editor Steve Bloomfield interviewed Carnegie’s Milan Vaishnav and Shashank Bengali of the Los Angeles Times to review key issues in the Indian parliamentary elections. They discussed how voters are fed up with inflation, corruption, and the poor state of India’s infrastructure as well as this election’s candidates and how they are, or are not, addressing these issues.  

This broadcast was originally published by Monocle’s the Foreign Desk.