India moves forward with determination: Prime Minister Modi tells Indian community in Germany


Prime Minister Modi said that over the past eight years, India has made rapid progress in all sectors

Prime Minister Modi said that over the past eight years, India has made rapid progress in all sectors

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Monday that a resurgent new India has decided to move forward with determination and urged the Indian diaspora to help the country make great strides in the world.

Addressing the Indian community in Berlin, Prime Minister Modi said the young and ambitious India understood the need for political stability to achieve faster development and had ended three decades of instability in India. a simple press of a button.

“This period of the 21st century is very important for India. Today’s India has made up its mind, it is moving forward with determination. When the country takes a resolution, then this country takes new paths and shows achieving the desired goals,” Prime Minister Modi said.

The Prime Minister’s hour-long speech to the Indian community was peppered with slogans of ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’, ‘Modi hai toh mumkin hai’ and ‘2024, Modi Once More’ by the ecstatic crowd gathered at the Theater Am Potsdamer Platz here.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets with the Indian diaspora in Berlin.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets with the Indian diaspora in Berlin. | Photo credit: PTI

Prime Minister Modi said that over the past eight years, India has made rapid progress in all areas – ease of life, quality of life, ease of employment, quality of education, ease of doing of business, quality of travel, quality of products.

“The New India no longer thinks of a secure future, but is ready to take risks, ready to innovate and incubate. up and dozens of unicorns… some of which have already become decacorns with a valuation of $10 billion,” Prime Minister Modi said.

Recounting the success of the digital payment mechanism, the Prime Minister said that India’s share of real-time digital payments globally is over 40%. He said the government is also using the digital payment mechanism to make payments to farmers directly to their bank accounts.

In an apparent congressional dig, Prime Minister Modi said no prime minister would have to mourn for sending a rupee, but only 15 paise reached the intended recipient.

“Woh kaunsa panja tha jo 85 paise ghis leta tha (which palm was the one that took away 85 paise),” he joked.

He said that over the past eight years, his government had transferred more than ₹22 lakh crore to beneficiaries through direct transfer of benefits.

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