NaMo Tales – III

The Economic Times - - Companies -

If you are suc­cess­ful and meet NaMo, don’t ex­pect idle chit-chat or ex­pect him to be im­pressed by your wealth. Some of In­dia’s hot­shot bro­kers found this out when they met him a month be­fore na­tional polls. At the meet­ing held in NaMo’s Ahmed­abad of­fice, the bro­kers wanted to talk big—stocks, mar­kets and for­eign in­flows. He wanted to talk small—what are you do­ing de­vel­op­ment-wise, he ap­par­ently asked the mar­ket kings. So, one of them said he’s work­ing for In­di­ans who are per­se­cuted in Pak­istan, an­other said he was build­ing in­ex­pen­sive homes. NaMo, ET was told, of­fered land for the scheme, pro­vided it ben­e­fit­ted trib­als. Not quite the high jinks con­ver­sa­tion the hot­shot bro­kers had ex­pected.

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