Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph, then answer the given question. [IBPS RRB 2015]
(A) So while these partnerships are at times messy and controversial, on balance, they are a force for good.
(B) NGOs help companies reach and meet the needs of parts of the market that companies do not understand such as the marginalised, where NGOs have unique insight
(C) But before concluding that such partnership are valueless it is worth recalling the reasons why they took off in the first place.
(D) For NGOs too, partnerships with firms have their uses, with companies providing money and ways of influencing the minds and behaviour of million of people.
(E) There are many opponents to the close ties between companies and charities Non-governmental Organisations (NGOs).
(F) NGOs are also better than companies at attracting and retaining idealistic talent, who sometimes end up even being absorbed by the companies to administer the policies they worked for NGOs.