Indian Parliament_ProjectsMonitor

India Inc has unanimously welcomed the sweeping win of the NDA in the 2014 General Elections. Here is a collection of what industry captains had to say:

Anil Chaudhry_ Schneider Electric India_ProjectsMonitorAnil Chaudhry, Country President & Managing Director, Schneider Electric India

“Schneider Electric India is committed to all efforts to transform India into a self-sufficient, energy-surplus nation. We hope to partner with the country in developing smart cities as well as boosting the renewable energy segment, in particular. We look forward to policies that will bolster infrastructure development in India, acting as an engine of growth, creating thousands of new jobs and pushing up GDP growth, while lowering poverty levels and bringing alive our collective dream of inclusive growth.”

Vijay Kalantri_All India Association of Industries_ProjectsMonitorVijay Kalantri, President of All India Association of Industries (AIAI)

In view of the clear mandate given in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, India seeks a stable government which is the dire need of the hour. People of India have en-mass reposed their full confidence in the BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Mr. Narendra Modi. The electoral verdict signals a clear mandate for development, employment and growth in Industry and manufacturing sector, which time and again Mr. Modi has assured the country.

C.Shekar Reddy_CREDAI_ProjectsMonitor

C Shekar Reddy President CREDAI – National

“We congratulate the NDA for winning an overwhelming and decisive mandate in the parliamentary elections and expect to work closely with the NDA team under the dynamic leadership of Shri. Narendra Modi, who has changed the context and content of electioneering and won the hearts of the people of India. We are confident that the new government will work constructively to provide stability and take proactive measures to trigger the growth and development in the economy. We are hopeful that the new Government would seize the opportunity presented by the real estate industry owing to its catalytic potential for growth and employment generation.”

Manoj Kumar Upadhyay_ACME Solar_ProjectsMonitorManoj Kumar Upadhyay, CEO, ACME Solar

“We welcome the new government and extend all support in its endeavour to secure India’s energy future! We expect the government will have policy-push in order to grow developers and customers interest in the solar energy. We believe that the new government will give the much-needed impetus to green energy and enable increase in implementation of solar power projects in JNNSM Phase-2.”

Tulsi Tanti_Suzlon Group_ProjectsMonitorTulsi Tanti , Chairman Suzlon Group

“As we usher in a new progressive era, the SUZLON family extends its heartiest congratulations to Shri. Narendra Modi and his team for their vision and ability to bring in a clear mandate. We at Suzlon remain confident that the new government will steer our nation into prosperity with good governance & development in the coming period. We believe the BJP led government will provide an environment conducive for growth & investments, with major reforms in infrastructure & renewable energy sector. This is important as India’s economic environment will act as a catalyst in reviving the global economy. I sincerely extend my best wishes to the new Government!”

Babulal Varma_Omkar Realtors & Developers_ProjectsMonitorBabulal Varma, MD, Omkar Realtors & Developers

“We welcome the BJP government at the center who have always been pro development with a focus largely on infrastructure development and real estate sector. Also, BJP’s manifesto emphasizes ‘Urban Upliftment’ in India by initiating building 100 new cities, Twin cities and Satellite towns. The manifesto is also eyeing providing low cost housing to the poor and make the country slum free. Secondly, the SRA scheme in Mumbai started by Shiv-sena and BJP combine will be kick started having taking back stage during UPA regime. Also, a lot of land around salt pans, coastline and MPT occupied by slums will be available for development with the new government at center as well as state.”

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