No change in land Act unless all parties want it: Gadkari

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  1. anoop_mig25

    anoop_mig25 Senior Member Senior Member

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    No change in land Act unless all parties want it: Gadkari
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    Written by Vivek Deshpande | Nagpur | July 20, 2014 | Indian Express

    This minister is BAF@@N or what :frusty::frusty:

    Which party he thinks is going to support changes

    Congress which brought such stupid law , headed by Sonia gandhi , drafted and suggested by NAC members . does he thinks Congress would support on changes in act

    TMC which is more left then present Left part would support.

    Left parties which are anti business, anti-coorpartes who are allredy terming present GoV as anti-people anti-farmers pro-coorpartes
    would support changes

    rest to which claim pro-poor socialist anti-communal does this minister think would support cahanges in bill specially in rehad and compsenatation section

    Just because state gov belonging to various parties suggested changes what does this minister think this all parties would support changes in bill in Lok Sabha and rajya sabha

    No one thinks of bettermen of country all are interested in Dolling out freebies.

    It looks like Indian Industry has to continue their Investment in oversees only rather then within India.

    Most of them in BJP are morons :frusty::frusty:
     
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    Adux Senior Member Senior Member

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    Where is the Change Mr.Modi?
     
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    Abhijat Regular Member

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    Rahul's worst legacy - the anti-growth Land Act - is about to be chewed to pieces

    Excerpt from above article:

    According to a Times of India report, many Congress-ruled states – Maharashtra, Haryana, Karnataka, Kerala, Meghalaya, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh – and all non-Congress, non-BJP states (excluding West Bengal) “expressed serious reservations against the law,” while Delhi (ruled by nobody in particular right now) wanted total exemption from it. The BJP-ruled states of Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Goa and Rajasthan wanted the Act scrapped.
     
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    I guess Here party doesn't mean political parties. It's about authorities having concerns regarding this land acquisition act.
     
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