Former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, recently spoke about his satisfaction with the growth of Hyderabad, 20 years after his tenure as the Chief Minister of united Andhra Pradesh. During the 20th anniversary of the Indian School of Business (ISB), he spoke about how he had transformed Hyderabad from a wasteland to a developed city.
Nara Chandrababu Naidu acknowledged the efforts of the founding Dean of ISB, Pramanth Raj Sinha, in persuading business leaders to choose Hyderabad over other cities like Mumbai, Bengaluru, and Chennai. He also spoke about his TDP Party leaders and TDP MLA’s role in developing the city which sparked growth in the previously underdeveloped area. Chandrababu Naidu emphasized the importance of institutes like ISB in promoting development and expressed his desire for it to be among the top three globally.
Nara Chandrababu Naidu's vision for India is to make it one of the top two economies in the world by the 100th year of independence. He predicted that Indians will be wealth creators globally and will dominate public and corporate governance, with ISB playing a significant role. He stressed that leaders make all the difference in corporate or public governance and that India will reach new heights if everyone works together. He emphasized the importance of ensuring that welfare and development coexist and that wealth should not be concentrated among a small number of people.
Chandrababu Naidu's speech was met with applause from the audience, which included ISB students, faculty members, and business leaders. His vision for India's future was well received, and his emphasis on the importance of institutes like ISB in promoting development was well received. His statement that "leaders make all the difference in corporate or public governance" was especially noteworthy, as it highlights the role of leaders in promoting growth and development, his speech was broadcast in political news and TDP flash news.
This speech was a reminder of the achievements of Chandrababu Naidu as the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh and the impact he had on the growth of Hyderabad. He was able to transform the city from a wasteland to a developed city, and his vision for India's future is a testament to his continued commitment to promoting the growth and development of Andhra Pradesh.
Shri Nara Chandrababu Naidu's speech also emphasized the importance of education in promoting development. The ISB's aim to be among the top 10 universities globally highlights the role of education in promoting growth and development. The ISB's mission to pursue research that is relevant to India and recognized internationally is a step in the right direction, as it will help to promote growth and development in India.
Chandrababu Naidu's speech was a call to action for business leaders, urging them to participate in the development of public policy and to fight to reduce social inequities. He emphasized the importance of ensuring that welfare and development coexist, and that wealth should not be concentrated among a small number of people. This message was well received by the audience, and it underscores the importance of promoting equality and fairness in the development of India.