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nnnnn he rode to power promising to open india for business now prime minister narendra modi is trying to do exactly that with the biggest labor overhaul in decades analysts say mode he has no choice if india doesn't act the economy will stagnate and investors will look elsewhere the government is planning to make it harder for workers to form unions and make it easier for companies to hire and fire but nobody is up again some stiff political opposition writers for just kumar singh in new delhi labor laws like a holy cows and , from my , the first year of his office economists say current labor rules are the big fly in the ointment for movies make in india campaign aimed at boosting manufacturing and creating jobs , what he needs to show that this labor overhaul will do just that indians will support any policy that so likely to create jobs to india enjoyed that twenty years of unprecedented economic boom , but doctor didn't result and i surfacing in jobs i'm for a country that keeps adding one million people to its workforce every month to own jobs is a major concern the bill is likely to be finished in time to be introduced in the upcoming session of parliament next month analysts say moti is doing the right thing by not letting any potential push back in parliament stand in the way of making the tough decisions