Reg­u­la­tory con­trol must be min­imised


(On the need to min­imise reg­u­la­tory con­trols to at­tract in­vest­ments) Reg­u­la­tions should not be­come a strangulation. In all these reg­u­la­tions, we have so many reg­u­la­tors nowa­days. We have too many tri­bunals also. But they should not be­come ob­sta­cles in the path of the growth and de­vel­op­ment

If In­dia has to wel­come in­vestors, the ease of do­ing busi­ness must be con­sid­er­ably en­hanced. With­out in­vest­ment, you can’t grow.

In­vest­ment will come if the pro­cesses are made sim­ple, if there is no ha­rass­ment, if there is no cor­rup­tion, then peo­ple will be happy com­ing to In­dia and to in­vest money also.

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