In the run up to the elections, we are now approaching the final few days before the big decision comes out. Many feel the need for a new party to be formed at the centre and many feel that the existing government should stay. Nonetheless, everybody expects some or the other from the government at the centre; but the most important thing is the betterment of the society in general. At the end of the day whatever may be the result, the country should grow vertically in all aspects.

Mr. Arvind Singh, MD, KRasa Group says, “This time the election season has been one of the loudest if we speak about the approach of the parties. Everyone had laid down their action plans in front of the people and the polling is being completed. The judgement day is not far now, but the most essential thing everyone must keep in mind is that, it is not a war of parties but a selection for a better future of the country. Even if we dislike some party, we must respect their victory and help them to create a better India”.

The real estate sector of India is the prime contributor of the GDP and employment. It is very significant that this sector must get the maximum mileage out of the newly formed government. Mr. Prashant Tiwari, CMD, Prateek Group says, “For the last many years now, real estate has contributed the most towards the GDP and employment of our country and these are still early days for this sector. Indian real estate currently is going through a bit of revolution as many new concepts and some western concepts are being looked upon. Therefore, it is very vital that this sector works smoothly and continuous support is provided by the authorities and government bodies”.

Being the highest contributor in several parameters, real estate is still to get their due recognition of being known as an industry. Real estate does not have a ruling government body and hence it is still recognized as a sector. The experts from the sector feel the need for the new government to look into this matter as well. Mr. Rupesh Gupta, Director, JM Housing says, “Real estate has given this country a new look all together and now the developers have targeted the tier 2 & 3 cities as well. This would mean that there is a lot of scope still left for this sector to boost the economic growth of the country. It is now time that real estate must be promoted as an industry and a government body must handle it. This action will also allow rubbing the false notions of people about this sector”.

With less than five days left to the judgement day, people across the country are keeping their fingers crossed and are expecting the best. Mr. Ashok Gupta, CMD, Ajnara India Ltd. says, “These days come every five years in the Indian political calendar. The counting day is the most important day for every citizen of our country. Everyone is keeping high hopes; we hope that the best party wins the show. We hope that the outcome of this election proves to be the best for everyone. We hope that the new government forming at the centre does well for this sector too. We hope for the best. Good luck to all!!!”.


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