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( 12/10/2018 10:51)
Private sector should contribute for inclusive development of India: Vice President

The Vice President of India, M. Venkaiah Naidu has said that the private sector can play a huge role in accelerating the pace of inclusive development of India. He was addressing the Platinum Jubilee Celebrations of the prestigious Tamil Chamber of Commerce and presented the Tamil Chamber & Chozha Naachiar Foundation Exim Awards, in Chennai today. The Minister for Fisheries and Personnel & Administrative Reforms, Tamil Nadu, Shri D. Jayakumar and other dignitaries were present on the occasion.

The Vice President said that the stalwarts of the Tamil Chamber of Commerce have played a great part in the growth and welfare of commerce and industry while simultaneously extending its arms to help the needy and to ensure the general welfare of the community. He further said that the people of Tamil Nadu are well known for their business acumen and entrepreneurship from as early as the Sangam period of Tamil History. The Tamil epithet, 'Yadoom Voorey Yavarum Keleer' meaning, 'All places are ours, all people are ours' has been inscribed on the walls of the headquarters of the United Nations in New York, bearing testimony to the cosmopolitan nature of Tamil people, he added.

The Vice President said that the chambers of commerce act as bridges that connect the governments and the industry in creating conducive atmosphere for the businesses to thrive and produce wealth.

Saying the chambers should be conscience keepers of the private sector, the Vice President said that there are a number of areas where the private sector should be mature enough to undertake self regulation. The Chambers must hand hold them into a path of self- responsibility, he said. The Chamber should encourage businesses to be truthful and disciplined and practice restraint and self regulation when it comes to matters such as responsible waste disposal, use of chemicals and pesticides, maintenance of standards in food processing etc, he added.

The Vice President said that the profit should not be the only motive of business and the chamber should also work to make sure that vulnerable sections of the population are given equal opportunities when it comes to business. He further said that the industry should strive its best to end discrimination especially against women.

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