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Dynamic leadership of Narendra Modi should set new standards of forward thinking and effective implementation: Industry
The three major industry bodies in the country namely Assocham, FICCI and CII have welcomed the 15th PM of India, Narendra Modi with high expectations.

Assocham's president, Rana Kapoor while welcoming the new PM said in a statement that the industry was confident that the NDA Government at the Centre will work with the state governments, irrespective of party affiliations, as true partners so that a first rate governance percolates down to the last person on the pyramid.

“Once the last mile connect is established, India as an economy has an enormous potential to grow year after year for more than a few decades,” said Rana Kapoor, Assocham's president.

President of another industry body FICCI, Siddharth Birla in his welcome statement said that building business confidence, creating job-enabling environment, mitigating food inflation and improving nutrition & sanitation, should be top priorities for the government.

“A collective resolution of these would help restore economic glory as much as bringing social stability and inclusiveness,” said Birla in statement.

Ajay Shriram, president of CII in his welcome statement said that the industry believed that this is a pivotal moment in the nation’s history that can shape the future of our 1.2 billion people.

“Hon’ble Prime Minister’s stress on growth and development has translated into an unequivocal mandate for change, and Industry looks forward to a new era of reform and liberalization of the Indian economy,” said CII president in a statement.

He added that at the current juncture, it is vital to revive the pace of GDP growth, bring down inflation, and create new jobs on a large scale. CII anticipated a quick and proactive agenda of economic and governance policies, including fiscal consolidation, fast-tracking of stranded projects, and sectoral initiatives for infrastructure, manufacturing, agriculture and mining.

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