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More expectations from government after Cabinet expansion, says NRI industrialist GP Hinduja

London: With the expansion of the Narendra Modi Cabinet, NRI industrialist GP Hinduja on Monday voiced hope that it would give further impetus to radical changes the Prime Minister was bringing about in the Indian economy and other areas.

More expectations from government after Cabinet expansion, says NRI industrialist GP Hinduja

“The expansion and reshuffle of portfolios reflect the Prime Minister’s determination to get India going once again.

He deserved to be congratulated for his choice of ministers as well as portfolios,” the Co-Chairman of the multi-billion Hinduja Group said in a statement here.

GP Hinduja, along with S P Hinduja, Chairman of the Group said that the people of India and global investors had very high expectations from Modi’s leadership and every step he had taken since assuming office, was in the positive direction.

“Now that the Cabinet is complete the expectation will only be higher from team Modi, particularly ministers holding key portfolios impacting on India’s economy. The Ministers concerned must now work hard to deliver and fulfil the expectations as well as carry out the task assigned to them by the PM.

“It will help the foreign investors if some system or discipline is in place so that serious investors get a response when they voice their concerns,” he said.

He said that the Prime Minister’s Office under Modi had set the example of efficiency and quick response to suggestions.

“We hope that other ministers also emulate this example so that things move faster,” he said.

Prime Minister Modi yesterday strengthened his government, appointing 21 new ministers in an attempt to speed up promised economic reforms after storming to power five months ago. [Source: PTI]

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