The NDA Government’s decision today to make the exemption for the private enterprise in land deals is a step in the right direction.
But we must not forget that it is a private enterprise that has created the infrastructure of the Indian economy.
In other words, private enterprise is the key driver behind growth and job creation in India.
In a country where the government is struggling to implement all the policies that the private sector is demanding, we have to ask ourselves what is our role as a country if we do not take the lead in promoting this sector.
The government should focus on creating jobs and creating a prosperous future for our people, not taking advantage of the private economy.
We must ensure that the incentives that private enterprise brings to India are not exploited and we should ensure that private businesses can thrive.
The NDA’s decision was a big setback for the Indian government.
It is a great pity that this government is not committed to promoting the sector that the country has built over the last 40 years.
A lot of people in the Naxalbari belt, who have been left behind by the state governments, are facing difficulties in their livelihood.
These are the people who need our help, not the government.
This is why the government must take an active role in promoting the Indian private sector, and not just making an exception to the rules.
We have to look at our priorities and what the private-sector needs to do in order to make it succeed.
In the last three years, private- sector growth has been at an all-time high, and we must do our part to boost the sector’s growth and employment.
We have to create jobs and prosperity for the next generation of Indians.
The government should ensure the right of entry into the sector through the National Securities Corporation (NSC) by taking action on a pilot project for the entry of new entrants into the industry.
We should also ensure that there is a seamless flow of foreign direct investment into the Indian Private Enterprise sector through appropriate channels, so that private companies can prosper and grow in India as they should in other countries.
The Indian private enterprise sector is India’s engine of growth.
The NSC is one of the key institutions that helps private companies get a foothold in the country, which means that the government has to ensure that its policies are implemented to support the private entity’s growth.
Private companies should be allowed to compete with the government on price and service levels.
The current state of affairs has allowed the private firm to create the infrastructure that India needs for its development.
In this regard, it is crucial that the NSC be able to facilitate and facilitate this growth.
It is important to have an inclusive government, so the private companies should have the opportunity to compete for the government’s policies.
India’s private-enterprise sector is crucial to the economy.
As the economy grows, we need to ensure its sustainability and the country can grow at a sustainable pace.
We must ensure the availability of finance and support for the growth of the industry and to encourage the private enterprises to take risks and build their businesses.
There are no good-faith and bad-faith in business.
If we do business on the basis of false promises, there is no business.
And when we do bad business, there can be no business in the future.
Private enterprise is India ‘s engine of prosperity.
It has enabled us to become the world’s fastest growing economy and it has also created millions of jobs for the people of India.
The good news is that there are many things we can do to ensure it continues to grow and that its future is secure.
But it must be done with all the due respect and fairness that the business community demands.
I am confident that in the next few years, the private industry will become a key driver of the country’s economic growth and development.
This will make India a more prosperous and inclusive nation.