Indian Liberals
Our Campaigns:
Nitish Kumar For PM
Arunachal Pradesh Liberals
Liberal Hour
Mizoram Liberals
Lakshadweep Liberals
Daman and Diu Liberals
Andhra Pradesh Liberals
Rajasthan Liberals
Revoke AFSPA
Manipur Liberals
Nagaland Liberals
Indian Liberals
Karnataka Liberals
Sikkim Liberals
Himachal Pradesh Liberals
Free Market India
Haryana Liberals
Goa Liberals
UP Liberals
Meghalaya Liberals
Kerala Liberals
No Right To Cash
Punjab Liberals
Delhi Liberals
Odisha Liberals
Uttarakhand Liberals
Assam Liberals
Electoral Reforms
Chattisgarh Liberals
Siddaramiah For CM

Free Market India

We support Liberalization and privatisation of all Industries. We oppose govt monopolies and restrictions on trade.

Liberal Agenda:

Abolition of Prohibition that violates right to do business and people's right to choose what they eat or drink.
We oppose anti-cow slaughter laws. People have a right to choose their food, and to trade on meat products.
We support privatisation of Railways. Abolish Indian Railways monopoly on rail roads and services.
We support selling off Air India and govt exiting the civil aviation business.

News relevant to this Campaign:

RT @stevedekorte @zacbir likewise, India rise out of poverty came with pro free market reforms in the 1990s.
RT @firstpost #UNCTAD said new #liberalisation efforts continue to improve the #investment climate in #India #FDI https://t.co/v6VKSM4wBu
Our partners restoring Humayun's Tomb understand they're investing in India's development like other infrastructure. https://t.co/PLtRqZBeug
Focus on jobs, not just getting FDI - The Asian Age
Skewed policy keeps foreign miners away from exploration in India - Business Standard
Unemployment rate: Periodic labour survey to give jobs data for rural, urban India, allow Centre to calibrate policies - Financial Express
India has surplus power now; here's why must get government out of ownership of electricity companies - Financial Express
State companies to revise petrol, diesel prices daily from June 16 - Times of India
Open market required for India to sustain 8-10% growth: CEA | Free ... - Free Press Journal

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