Corporate India greets election victories in Gujarat, HP
On Himachal Pradesh, Godrej congratulated the incoming Congress government. “The clear mandate provides a great opportunity for the new government to take necessary and bold measures to develop infrastructure and industrial clusters. CII looks forward to working very closely with the new government,” he added.
TV Mohandas Pai, chairman, Aarin Capital and formerly director HR Infosys said: “The elections have shown that a development-based agenda is a winnable one as it is a politically astute strategy by treating everyone equally. Our Parliament should give up divisive politics and put development on the forefront because people want good infrastructure. Narendra Modi’s victory has strengthened the belief that development is the best agenda,” he said.
“Narendra Modi’s victory reaffirms his dynamic and pragmatic approach towards social and economic upliftment and industrialisation. This will lead to many more business-friendly measures and policies that the state is known for and greatly help industry invest more in the state,” said Harsh Pati Singhania, director, JK Organisation and president, International Chamber of Commerce, India.
“The victory of Narendra Modi shows that he now has clear five years ahead to implement all his greenfield projects that will create employment, be it in education, real estate, infrastructure etc. He will also follow this vigorously to attract investments for Gujarat,” Lalit Kumar Jain, national president of Confederation of Real Esate Developers’ Associations of India and chairman and managing director, KUL, a
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