Where Was India Inc's Concern When BJP Wiped out Parliament Sessions: Manish Tewari

Published: 12th August 2015 11:26 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th August 2015 11:26 AM   |  A+A-

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NEW DELHI: Raising questions over India Inc’s online petition to ‘Let Parliament function’, Congress leader Manish Tewari on Wednesday asked where the corporate sector’s concern was when BJP wiped out session after session for 10 years during the previous UPA government’s rule.

“Comical where was corporate India's concern&concierge when BJP wiped out session after session for 10 years? Rockefeller moment souring,” Tewari said on twitter.

“& ROPI (Return on Political Investment) floundering now they want Parliament to bow to their ditkats Will it be parliament of corporates?” he added.

Around 15,000 people, including the country’s top industrialists, have signed an online petition asking Members of Parliament to ‘Let Parliament Function’.

Industry leaders like Adi Godrej, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Rahul Bajaj, Sunil Munjal, Anu Aga, Ajay Sriram, Sumit Mazumder and Kris Gopalakrishnan are reportedly among those who have signed the petition.

The Parliament has remained deadlocked since the beginning of the Monsoon Session last month. (

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