Narendra Modi Birthday: India’s transformation during Narendra Modi regime is enormous: Rajeev Chandrasekhar

Bangalore: Union Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Rajiv Chandrasekhar opined that the transformation of India during the 8-year tenure of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been immense. On the occasion of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday, he wrote an article celebrating the achievements of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. With this, the Prime Minister wished him on his birthday. Here is the full details of his article.

New India is rising on the path of duty

The tremendous developments in India in the last three weeks have caught the world’s attention and confirmed the promise of a new India. INS Vikrant, India’s first indigenously designed and built aircraft carrier, was commissioned into the Navy. I was present at the event. There are no words to share the moments of joy, happiness and pride of my country in that event. When I came to know that we are among the countries of the world that build and design aircraft carriers such as China, America, France, UK and Russia, I could not escape my happiness.

On this occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled the new flag of the Indian Navy. The new flag is the official flag of the Navy with a gond octagonal emblem inspired by the royal emblem of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. The flag used here carried the symbol of the St. George’s Cross, the last vestige of the colonial past. It is remarkable that it took 75 years to get rid of the colonial identity in the flag and it was made possible by a competent, efficient leader.

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A Bloomberg research report has confirmed that India has now emerged as the world’s fifth largest economy, overtaking the UK, which colonized us for centuries, and this has added to our happiness. Inauguration of a grand new central vista, renaming of Rajpath as Duty Path and unveiling of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s statue under a grand canopy at India Gate. Through this, India has given the world a message that it has completely abandoned its colonial mentality and is building a self-reliant (self-reliant) New India.

India’s transformation to “good governance” during the 8-year tenure of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been immense. India has achieved this feat amidst the Covid pandemic. The biggest dark spot of this century is one is the war in Ukraine, the other is India’s self-interested, selfish family politics. Blaming government schemes for their own selfish gain, thwarting all plans, a vicious attempt to bring their family back to power. The image of India as a weak democracy has completely changed, India has become a strong, powerful, competent, democratic country that is gaining respect at the global level.

Today we have emerged as the fastest growing economy in the world. We have received FDI inflows of $83 billion in this line. It is remarkable that we have achieved these great achievements at a time when the world is recovering from the Covid pandemic.

Fortunately for all of us, our country is being led by a leader who works 20 hours a day and wants the best for all (sab ka saath, sab ka vikas) in this golden age of India.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi stands apart from some leaders who promote a culture of mockery to lure voters. They don’t like freebies, appeasement. Instead they want to create employment opportunities for people by investing in infrastructure and development projects. False promises like salaam waivers, popular budgets of free schemes, lures of free electricity and water only give temporary satisfaction to the beneficiaries, but do not provide any long term contribution in the future.

The impact of Prime Minister Modi’s visionary governance initiatives is now visible everywhere. India’s narrative is starkly different as the world grapples with the post-Covid economic crisis. Consider the electronics manufacturing sector of our country just a decade ago. Today India is the largest mobile phone manufacturing country in the world. World’s biggest companies have invested in setting up their manufacturing units in India. Through this, it is going to introduce “Make in India” to the world.

As the electronics manufacturing sector grows, the demand for semiconductor chips will increase. The government is working hard to reduce the import of chips and make India a global chip manufacturing hub. 76,000 crore incentive scheme to attract international semiconductor and display manufacturers. Vedant Group has announced an investment of Rs 1.5 lakh crore with Taiwanese giant Foxconn to set up a semiconductor manufacturing unit in the state of Gujarat. It is expected to create around 1 lakh jobs in the state of Gujarat.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s entire vision is on the youth of the country and is creating the necessary environment to build a new India from a young India. With more than 75 thousand startups, more than 100 unicorns creating job opportunities for young India at an increasing pace. Startup sectors and innovation industries are responsible for accelerating the technology sector of New India.

Many prominent leaders of the world have openly praised India’s strength and potential in various forums. Intel CEO Patrick P Gelsinger, who visited India recently, asserted that “India’s decade is very promising”. Mackenzie Company CEO Bob Sternfals during his visit had hailed “This is not India’s decade, but rather India’s century”. Bill Gates, the founder of giant Microsoft, in a TV interview spoke openly about how India is feeling good worldwide under Modi’s leadership. By 2047, one-fifth of the world’s working population will be India’s human resources. The way Narendra Modi is promoting India, the world is looking towards India.

The pace of progress established by Narendra Modi in the country is rapid. 5G technology in the coming years, followed by 6G technology, will have to achieve the goal of a trillion dollar digital economy by 2026. Indians have been given targets to make the next decade “India Teched”. In this amrit period of next 25 years, keeping in mind the motto Sab ka Saat Vikas, Sab ka Vishwas, Sab ka Prayas, the good work needs to be continued to build a new Bharat.