Amit Shah Foresees India’s Rise to Third-Largest Economy Under Modi’s Leadership

GG News Bureau
New Delhi, 29th May. 
Union Home Minister Amit Shah, in an exclusive interview with NDTV, has projected that India will ascend to the rank of the world’s third-largest economy within the next decade under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Shah outlined the economic priorities of the BJP-led government, emphasizing the transformative policies implemented since 2014. He highlighted achievements in various sectors, including infrastructure, manufacturing, and emerging technologies, asserting that India is positioned as a global leader in sectors like green hydrogen, electric vehicles, and ethanol production.

“The government has given a ‘human touch to GDP’,” Shah remarked, pointing to initiatives such as the construction of 14 crore toilets, distribution of cooking gas connections to 10 crore households, and the Nal Se Jal program providing fluoride-free water to millions of families.

Shah underscored the government’s commitment to improving the standard of living for all citizens, stating, “By fulfilling their primary needs, the Narendra Modi government has helped their purchasing power evolve.”

Expressing optimism about India’s economic trajectory, Shah outlined strategies to further propel growth, including Production-Linked Incentives (PLI), a flexible approach to policymaking, and fostering a conducive environment for trade and investment.

Reflecting on India’s economic progress over the past decade, Shah compared the stagnation during the UPA era to the significant advancement under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi. He expressed confidence that India will ascend from its current position as the fifth-largest economy to the third-largest in the world during Modi’s third term in office.

As Shah concludes his extensive election campaign ahead of the seventh and final phase of the Lok Sabha polls, scheduled for Saturday, anticipation mounts for the results, which are slated to be announced on June 4.

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