"Indian industry is also fighting a major battle for its own credibility. Some recent events haven't added to their credibility," he said, without naming Mallya who has defaulted on Rs 9,000 crore loan and has gone to the UK to avoid action by investigative agencies and lenders.
"In this entire debate which is going on non-performing assets, I am quite conscious of the fact that an adverse business environment can lead to non-performing assets.
"When the cycle reverses, the NPAs can also be reversed but the approach of the leaders of the industry will certainly have to be always positive and ethical because it is that approach which is going to add to their credibility," he said while addressing while addressing the CII Annual session here.

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