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People’s aspiration: Modi pledges Rs.100 lakh crore for infra

Indians demand project implementation


Indians demand project implementation

The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi interacting with the school children after addressing the Nation on the occasion of 73rd Independence Day from the ramparts of Red Fort, in Delhi on 15 August 2019.

Responding to growing aspirations of Indians, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has promised to invest Rs.100 lakh crore on modern infrastructure.

“Notwithstanding despondent attitudes, ordinary people always dream of a good system. They like good things; they have developed a taste for it,” noted the Prime Minister.

“So, we have decided to invest 100 lakh crore rupees for modern infrastructure in this time period,” he assured in his address to the people on 73rd Independence Day (15 August 2019).

“This will generate employment; will develop new systems and various aspirations will be met.”

Be it Sagarmala Project or Bharat Mala Project, modern railway stations, bus stations or airports, be it modern hospitals or world class educational institutions, Modi said his government want to develop the entire infrastructure.

“The ordinary people have changed, and we have to understand that,” said Modi, acknowledging demand from the people for immediate implementation of projects.

The Prime Minister noted the mind-set change of people, who insist on a completion deadline of projects.

Noting the challenges of growing economy, Modi underlined that the US$5 trillion economy target will be achieved in the next five years.

“This must be a dream of every Indian.”

The Prime Minister also supported India Inc, calling on the people not to be suspicious about the country’s wealth creators.

“Let us never see wealth creators with suspicion. Only when wealth is created, wealth will be distributed,” said Modi, adding that wealth creation is absolutely essential.

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