Corporate India's Reaction on Modi's Comeback

By siliconindia   |   Friday, 24 May 2019, 13:41 Hrs
cmt right
Comment Right
cmt right
cmt right
Printer Print Email Email

As India wraps up the largest democratic election process in history on 23rd May, National Democratic Alliance (NDA) led by BJP emerged as a clear Victor in the Lok Sabah Elections. Prime Minister Narendra Modi scripted history by becoming the second political party in the Indian history to come back to power with full majority by its own, even stronger this time. NDA has won 353 seats, where the BJP itself crossed the 300 mark. While the UPA coalition trailed far behind 92 seats, the Congress once again fell short of numbers needed to get Leader of Opposition position in Lok Sabha.


The outcome has led to the long reign of political stability in India, which was much needed for businesses. NDA's coming back to power is a good sign for the Industries and organizations as Prime Minister Narendra Modi is now comfortably placed for the next five years to finish his unfinished agendas, which he had started in the previous term. Here's a look at the reactions from the corporate leaders and entrepreneur community of our country and their expectations from the new government.

Four key issues before Modi 2.0

Les Roches Global Hospitality Education, a multi-national hospitality management institute, a..
To ensure uninterrupted functioning of the app in areas of low networks, Facebook-owned..
Imagine life being a romantic Bollywood song of the 90's. All those exotic frames punched into one..
Yamaha Music India has launched its first Indian keyboard PSR I500 under the 'Make in India' initi..
Automobile major MG Motors India on Wednesday said that it plans to manufacture electric vehicle E..
India's tea exports increased by 11.5 per cent to 17.93 million kgs in April this year aga..
Actor Dhanush, whose last Hindi release was R. Balkis "Shamitabh", may be working in another H..
Enterprise IT
Taking on streaming giants like Netflix and Hulu, Walt Disney Co. has announced it will ..
Startup City
With cities growing rapidly and infrastructure not keeping pace, the daunting work com..