PSUs are a great tool for economic development: Babul Supriyo

Governance Now fourth PSU Awards: PSUs have helped the government achieve its goals

GN Bureau | December 24, 2016


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Public Sector Undertakings are a great tool for economic development and they should do well and make profits, said Babul Supriyo, minister of state, heavy industries and public enterprises, who was the guest of honour at Governance Now fourth PSU Awards ceremony held on Friday in Delhi.

READ: Despite privatisation, fantastic growth in PSU sector: Vinit Goenka

“All the people present here have won hearts and helped the government achieve its goals,” said the minister.

READ: PSU, technology are pivotal to India’s growth story: Experts
 
He added: “In a room full of people who are working in PSUs and part of the most promising PSUs of the country, I don’t need to tell you what a PSU is.”
 
 “It is true that you are the enlightenment and me, the youngest politician, needs this light.” 

READ: PSUs are in direct competition with private sector: Ram Vilas Paswan

 

 

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