Gopichand Hinduja has heaped praise on West Bengal Chief Minister Ms Mamata Banerjee for her determination to attract industry in Bengal.
In an interview to a popular daily, he said WB CM “is trying hard to attract industry and investment to her state.”
“She is a good leader and has a clean image. I am certain she will become Chief Minister again after this term ends. Her intentions are clear – she wants to attract industry into Bengal,” he added.
Hinduja, who has a strong foothold in Bengal with the presence of Ashok Leyland, Hinduja Leyland finance and IndusInd Bank, had encouraging words for finance minister Dr Amit Mitra as well. “The finance minister knows how reforms can benefit the state,” he said.
“Mamata Banerjee is one of India’s prominent political leaders. Prime Minister David Cameron must meet her,” he added.
In fact, WB CM could become the first high level politician from India to meet David Cameron after his recent reelection as Britain’s PM.
WB CM will be in UK from July 26-30. This will be her second foreign visit as the chief minister of Bengal.