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  • MADHU AGRAWAL
    Narender Modi and private sector It refers to two-and-half hour long speech and interaction by BJP’s prospective Prime Ministerial candidate Narender Modi at
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 17, 2013
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      Narender Modi and private sector

       

      It refers to two-and-half hour long speech and interaction by BJP’s prospective Prime Ministerial candidate Narender Modi at a media-conclave at New Delhi’s five-starred hotel on 16.03.2013, wherein his stress was for increasing role of private sector. Dominance of private sector in sectors like banking and communication has led to serious malpractices badly hurting consumers. One East India Company made India slave for about a century. Now there are thousands of ‘East India Companies’ in form of multi-national companies, free to make Indian people economically slave. Modi did not mention success-story of ‘Amul’ in Gujarat, a role-model for co-operative sector.

       

      Organizers of such five-starred media-conclaves unfortunately invite more of leading politicians rather than from across a section of society. There was none to grill Modi on making private and co-operative sector accountable under RTI Act, and about his party’s overall view on the transparency Act. At least now after a decade, Modi should be prepared to reply in clear words on questions relating to 2002-riots in Gujarat. However his explanation on media-twisting his views on ‘malnutrition and fashion’ were quite convincing.

       

      MADHU AGRAWAL

      (Guinness Record Holder for letters in Newspapers)

      1775 Kucha Lattushah

      Dariba DELHI 110006 (India)

      Tel       23253636

      Mobile 9810033711   

      Fax      23254036

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      18.03.2013

    • Ravinder Singh
      Narender Modi and private sector   Dear Madhu Agarwal, More than 75% of cultivable area in Gujarat is under Non Food crops and Gujarat is hit by drought ever
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 24, 2013

      Narender Modi and private sector

       

      Dear Madhu Agarwal,

      More than 75% of cultivable area in Gujarat is under Non Food crops and Gujarat is hit by drought ever 3 years. Narmada Canal has Failed - there is over 12 BCM water available in Dams plus 3-8 BCM in MP dams but can't reach the Drought zones of Gujarat.

      Rubber Plantation in Gujarat is Stupid idea for two reasons – firstly Gujarat is not
      suitable for Rubber Plantation and second it also means even more area under Non Food Crops.

      Malnutrition is very high in Gujarat mainly because Gujarat grows mostly non food crops, milk is exported than consumed. Comments of Beauty Consciousness or Consumption of Pizza or Due to Poor Immigrants are most irresponsible.

      Ravinder
      Inventor

       

      Narender Modi and private sector

      Sun Mar 24, 2013 2:10 am (PDT). Posted by:

      Madhu Agrawal

       

      Narender Modi and private sector

      It refers to two-and-half hour long speech and interaction by BJP’s prospective Prime Ministerial candidate Narender Modi at a media-conclave at New Delhi’s five-starred hotel on 16.03.2013, wherein his stress was for increasing role of private sector. Dominance of private sector in sectors like banking and communication has led to serious malpractices badly hurting consumers. One East India Company made India slave for about a century. Now there are thousands of ‘East India Companies’ in form of multi-national companies, free to make Indian people economically slave. Modi did not mention success-story of ‘Amul’ in Gujarat, a role-model for co-operative sector.

      Organizers of such five-starred media-conclaves unfortunately invite more of leading politicians rather than from across a section of society. There was none to grill Modi on making private and co-operative sector accountable under RTI Act, and about his party’s overall view on the transparency Act. At least now after a decade, Modi should be prepared to reply in clear words on questions relating to 2002-riots in Gujarat.

       

      However his explanation on media-twisting his views on ‘malnutrition and fashion’ were quite convincing.

      MADHU AGRAWAL
      (Guinness Record Holder for letters in Newspapers)
      1775 Kucha Lattushah
      Dariba DELHI 110006 (India)
      Tel 23253636
      Mobile 9810033711
      Fax 23254036
      E-mail subhashmadhu@...

      Web www.subhashmadhu.com

      18.03.2013

       

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