WATCH: Industrialist Gautam Singhania, His Wife Speak About How They Went About Choosing Their Candidate And Their Message To Voters

Maharashtra Lok Sabha Elections

Industrialist and Chairman and Managing Director of Raymond Group Gautam Singhania and his wife Nawaz Modi Singhania spoke to Republic TV after voting for their constituency in South Bombay. 

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Updated On:

Industrialist and Chairman and Managing Director of Raymond Group Gautam Singhania and his wife Nawaz Modi Singhania spoke to Republic TV after voting for their constituency in South Bombay. 

They both emphasized on what were the key issues they had vote for and gave a message to the voters. They also had a guideline for voters about how to decide about whom to vote for.

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"You have to keep in mind who is good for the country for the progress of he country and when you are voting for your area,see who is good and so keep a balance of both, see the candidates and vote accordingly," said Gautam Singhania.

"It's more about the local and but you have to keep an overall view as well and keep a balanced view and of what may be a strong healthy Opposition as well," added Nawaz Modi Singhania.

"If there is development and progress the country moves forward whether it is local level in Bombay or the national level... Job creation is an important part of it, it comes with progress and forward thinking and that's what helps the country and that's what I am really here to support. The winning candidate should do good for South Bombay. There are so many infrastructure projects, they have been put to stop in Bombay because of activists. They are absolutely important. I feel pained because of that. Whoever wins from his region, I hope they push the project as they are absolutely essential a city like Bombay," he said.

Nawaz Modi Sighania spoke about the concern about infrastructure projects coming to a halt mid-way. "There is a major issue with infrastructure projects, they are left in mid air, they are in terrible state. They should conclusively come together." 

Gautam Singhania signed off with a message to voters - "Vote with with your heart, vote for what you believe is right, do what you think is right," with his wife adding, "Do what you think works for long term."

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