I asked a question:
I and we think, Why should India not be able to make such a huge expenditure for a region, which is urgently needed?
Is the sentence grammatically correct? Does the question mark make difference in meaning?
The poor region is full of criminals and under international sanctions.I and we think why should India be able after persuading international community?. If India succeeds,I and we think "Why should India not be able to..." The "word"should" used with I and We to express a polite request,opinion or hope.[source-Compact Oxford Dictionary and Thesaurus].
I and we think why India should be able to make such huge expenditureI and we think why India should not be able to make such a huge expenditure.Sentences and are also grammatically correct,but meanings are different.