Make in india and hatred india is awful

Mon 08 Feb 2016, 18:26:43

Mr. Shashi Tharoor said. The Congress party happened to be in power when a number of corruption scandals took place, “Whoever had been in power would have been tarnished in the same way that happened to us,” he said. To attract foreign direct investment, which is key to the construction and modernisation of the infrastructure sector and manufacturing, the Congress MP stressed on the need to maintain the pluralistic character of the country. Taking a mock at the Modi government, former minister and Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has said policies like ‘Make in India’ and hatred cannot go together as he asserted that “outrageous” statements against  in order to maintain India’s soft power, the larger idea of India needs to be sustained. Minorities by ruling party members only undermine the country’s soft power. India wants to remain a source of attraction for the world, it must preserve the “precious pluralism like a civilisation asset.” Responding to a question, Mr. Tharoor said the Congress party has a “deep bench of talent. Political parties live by electoral success. We have taken quite a beating in the last couple of years. Fortunes always change in politics. It (Congress) is certainly not as has been caricatured as the most corrupt party of India,” he said. Progress is being made but not enough to reach everyone,” Mr. Tharoor said in his keynote address to the Harvard University’s annual Indian convention 2016. “It is not good when people in the ruling party make outrageous statements against minorities. These are not good because they undermine the soft power of India,”

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