Now airtel brings out its begging bowl
Like kumar mangalam birla last week was asking govt for package, now sunil bharti mittal is saying me too.
Arre bhaiya jab apne hundreds of employees ko crores baant rahe the aap, tab kya hua tha. Jab hundreds of crores political donation diya tab kya. Jab media walon ko rewri distribution kiya tab kya.
Ab jab aag lagi to you want bail out. Jab kamaya to khaya aur apne employees ko khilaya baki parties ko donate kiya
Aab jab turmoil aaya dhande mein to sarkar bachao mujhe, which means public mujhe bail out kare.
Kuch to sharam karo yaar lalaji. more
Did M/s Airtel exhaust all the avenues to cheat their customers? more
One should learn from Singapore.
The government has over the years passed most of public undertakings into private hands, but ask for its pound of flesh on the profits. The system has been functioning well and does even today. more
While they are asking for a bailout, how are the personal lives of the Mittals and the Birlas? Surely, they would not given up on their luxurious life. Let the Government look at their assets first and then decide whether they need a bail out or not. more
Jio,Airteland Vodafone are three muskiteers. Everday thses three make all the people make the public real fools, sorry, Idiots. What the communication Ministry is doing ablut?
Yet another example of this Govt.'s attitude towards their donors ( public) more
This is the right time for the government to introduce business decipline laying down practically acceptable parameters to do business in India. The objective should be optimum use of natural resources such as materials and Human Resource’s productive use of finance, non polluting operation/process, effective R&D, better customer care, etc. Business cannot enjoy when they were harvesting and call for public money in dry. This is not business. Time now to redefine business in India. more