Coimbatore: Signing the Office of Profit Bill
was the "toughest" decision he had taken during his tenure as
President, A P J Abdul Kalam said om Saturday.
Responding to a student`s question during an interaction
here, Kalam said he had returned the bill to Parliament "due
to some problems.It had to clarified for some codes and
echics," and finally it was passed,he said without
"But it was the toughest decision," he said.
To another question on the future of younger generation in
the prevailing political situation, Kalam said "you do
nothing. then there will not be any problem. This was the
advise Satish Dhawan, my guru, had given me," he said.
"One should become the captain and overpower the problem.
Try to create problem to the problem itself." he said.
On the fuel crisis and future, Kalam said he had always
advocated clean and green energy and wanted to tap solar
power, wind power,biofuel, so that there was no harm to the
atmosphere and environment.Oil and petrol emanated 30 billion
tonnes of carbon dioxide, he claimed.
To another question on choosing the best occupation, Kalam
said pharmaceuticals, manufacturing drugs and medicines have
the best potential in the world, which is gaining momentum at
The next best was to start small scale industries and the
third one could be Information Technology, which was not
growing so fast, Kalam said.