Monday, September 10, 2007


By Manuwant Choudhary

Hyderabad: Liberals from different parts of India oppose the policy of the government acquiring land for building Special Economic Zones (SEZ).
Some 30 liberals condemned incidents such as Nandigram and Singur in West Bengal where the Communist government has acquired large tracts of cultivable land of farmers for building a chemical hub and a car factory.
This was unanimously opposed by those present at the two day Roundtable Conference to decide on the future of liberal politics in the country held at the Sitara Hotel, Ramojirao City, Hyderabad.
Mr. Jerry Rao, CEO of Mphasis, encouraged liberals to revive the Swatantra Party and warned that the country cannot be left to the existing political parties.

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