Rahul has opened door for India Inc to Kashmir: Tata
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Oct 5: Chairman Tata Group, Ratan Tata, on Friday said Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi has opened a door for India Inc to Kashmir and it should be their endeavour to help build prosperous Kashmir.
“What Mr Gandhi has done is that is not open a window but open a door,”
Tata said in a brief chat with media in presence of Gandhi after their interaction with students at Convocation Hall of Kashmir University.
“It is for the industry leaders to do something for people of Kashmir,” Ratan Tata said.
“It is for us, people in India, to look beyond our normal places of endeavor to do something in Kashmir for Kashmir and for people of Kashmir that will bring prosperity,” Tata said.
He said he felt very emotional today and it was a step forward to be able to have conversation with great wealth of human capital that exists in Kashmir.
Tata said their interaction session with the Kashmiri students has displayed intelligence and keenness of the students to participate in growth and development of India.
“The potential is enormous here and today’s event has opened the door,” Tata said.
Later Tata described the session with the students fruit and said that potential was enormous in the State.
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