He pointed out this question to Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Home Minister Amit Shah, and Railway Minister Piyush Goyal in the august gathering of big industrialists like Mukesh Ambani, Aditya Birla Group Chairperson Kumar Mangalam Birla, and Bharti Enterprises Chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal.
“During UPA-II, we could abuse anyone,” Bajaj said. “You are doing good work, but if we want to openly criticise you, there is no confidence you will appreciate that. I may be wrong but everyone feels that.” a media report quoted.
Rahul Bajaj has also served as a Member of Parliament from Maharashtra between 2006-2010.
Few Month back, when most of the industries were muted on the economic slowdown, Rahul Bajaj was one such industrialist who raised concern over the economic growth.
In the annual general meeting, Bajaj said, “There is no demand and no private investment, so where will growth come from? It doesn’t fall from the heavens. The auto industry is going through a very difficult period. Cars, commercial vehicles, and two-wheelers are going through a rough patch.”
He blamed the government’s inaction for falling demand and poor private investments in the country.
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