similar signal came about from Ravi Shankar Prasad who said, both in
his capacity as the minister for Law and Telecom that fiscal
stability and ensuring growth in a non-discriminatory manner would be
the mantra of the new government. “This is important given the fact
that the telecom sector has witnessed some of the inglorious periods
despite achieving a glorious growth thanks to scams in the past,”
The initial remarks by the minister in-charge of the Coal and Power, Piyush Goel also assured industry that the allocation of natural resources will be policy driven while some of the areas of conflicts between power and coal would be resolved. “The issue of coal linkages for the power plants is expected to be thrashed out in the near future,” the Assocham President said.
He said that besides the focus on economic issues, the new government has made an excellent beginning on the geo-political situation in South Asia which holds a great potential for industry and trade. “Building of bridges with Pakistan is noteworthy in particular,” Kapoor said.