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Satya Siva Kumar Mandiga (adovate)     09 October 2012

Law protercters what is you openion on fdi for or against

Hi Freinds,

We Law Protecters what to say about the PIL to be heard on October 13th on the FDI and the consequences we are the real contributors to the society being in devine profession , we are the people who are patience enough to hear both sides.


What we say , on this is the case study of PEPSI and COLA in not enough for us to analyst this issue, we no need to be thinking in political as we will not get any pecunairy benifits.


Comm on friends be commuicative what all are in your mind.



MSS Kumar



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P.K.Haridasan (Advocate)     09 October 2012

A country like India, 60% of its population is depending upon Agriculture. Agriculture provides enough food to us.  We have to appreciate them . They are not getting benefits  from treasury that of government employees and industrialists.They do not have any surplus amount to flow to the treasury for using in other fields. Our country is a rich country with  a lot of Engineers and professionals. They are doing their maximum by working hard. We have population in comparable with other countries, a system where we have given enough freedom to pick and choose. We do not have exportable wealth or money or oil. So, inorder to flow money from one segement to other is not possible. We have got right to object . Government  can make necessary laws to protect its citizens and they are trying to do maximum. Corruption is enough.Government will hav e to check it and correct it. Politicians must be role models and  must fight with tooth and nail. Lack of stable government  in our country  and firm policies are lacking.So our own money is lying idle in foreign banks , without any interest. Moreover, depositors will have to pay for keeping money in those banks. We must create an atmosphere where we can allow the money to be  brought back to India and invest. By that way a lot of employment and opportunities can be created and govrnment will get a share as tax.Foreign Direct Investment without creating imbalance to our existing agriculturists  and petty traders are welcome. Traders are also not correctly keeping accounts and paying tax. To  some extent fogive them  as they are employed themselves not asking anything from the government for their living and also creating employment for the rest. FDI is fully accounted and billed. Government will certainly get  tax benefit. and will also create a lot of employment. Soon people in India will study a lot  in management  as done by industries and start doing the same in India and may do it in other countries. Competition will grow and make India prosper. Regards. This is only my personal view without any intention to hurt anybody.

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