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You heard Rahul Gandhi's speech at CII. What issues should Narendra Modi address at Ficci on Monday?

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi was expected to deliver a ‘special’ address on his vision of India’s growth imperatives, security and governance. Though he didn't specifically address issues faced by India Inc in his speech at Confederation of Indian Industry, industrialists agreed with him on the need to work more closely with the government on policy issues. While Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has been speaking on subjects like packaging and marketing and the bureaucratic hassles in business clearances, the Congress leader spoke on the aspirations, struggles and optimism of the poor. While Rahul voiced frustration with the media's “irrelevant questions†on his becoming Prime Minister, Modi has been virtually admitting his prime ministerial ambition. He will address the ladies’ wing of Ficci on Monday. Give us three solutions Modi should offer at the Ficci meeting, to the problems that Rahul talked about at CII.

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