Wrong! WTO is a negotiation and consensus based organization. It oversees that agreements reached are non-discriminatory and binding in nature. That said, it cannot force agreements arbitrarily. India, has successfully kept her interests in WTO. Entire 'peace clause' came into being for perpetuity based on that. India can basically keep her subsidies indefinitely along with her other developing countries peer. Infact if anything, they want peace clause to be permanent and to remove any possibility of any country challenging us on our food security programme.Nothing you have written is true. India is not in a strong position on anything in wto. Every single position has been maintained with trench warfare and we have lost some too. I don’t even know if you have anything to back this up or if you’re just typing in your fantasies.
Net result, India on a very solid position where the status quo lets her keep the food security programmes and subsidies that go with it and developed world have to present a much better deal to get agreement from India and rest of the developing world.
This was even more impressive with combined effect of India rejecting US based dictat on recognizing Israel's capital as Jerusalem. It sent a clear message to US that if US cannot keep India's interests in mind, then don't expect India to tow the US line. Trump administration's reaction to these development was rather amusing. This entire mess is essentially Trump administration fighting with the world and within itself. It will go on for few more years and will subside.