This LS 2014 Elections ... will you, the voter, make a promise ?

“The AAP will make no promises to you. Instead it will ask you to make a promise. This time you will not cast your vote on the basis of kinship. You will forget caste; you will drive away the distributors of alcohol and money. AAP has not come to ask you for your vote. If there is anything we ask of you, it is to have faith in yourselves; and to listen to the voice of your soul. This election is not about the victory or defeat of political parties; it is about victory or defeat within ourselves. In front of the voting machine, we must think of the future of our children, the future of our city and our dreams for the future of our country.” Short link

Monday, 3 February 2014

AAP - role of the Private Sector

Do you think the private sector has an important role to play in the Indian economy?
I think at a very broad level the government has no business to be in business. The government should leave business to the private sector. We have to encourage private enterprise and I think India is a country of entrepreneurs. In India, almost every person is a born entrepreneur — a rickshaw-wallah is an entrepreneur, a farmer is an entrepreneur. A farmer has such high risk-taking capability. A farmer is an entrepreneur, a rickshaw-wallah is an entrepreneur, a big trader is an entrepreneur. A big showroom person is an entrepreneur, an industrialist is an entrepreneur. This entire business and industry is shackled in the rules and regulations — we need to free them from all these rules and regulations. We need to provide them a free environment, honest environment, to do business. If we provide them a good environment, I think India will go ahead leaps and bounds. We have somehow put shackles on the private enterprise. These need to be removed. And people need to be allowed to do business, honest business and whatever impediments are there, obstacles are there in doing business, they ought to be removed.

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