India Will be the Pilot to Take the World to New Heights: PM Modi at Rising Bharat Summit – News18

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Last Updated: March 20, 2024, 22:09 IST
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the CNN-News18 Rising Bharat Summit on Wednesday. (News18)
In the next five years, India will be the pilot to take the world to newer heights, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at the CNN-News18 Rising Bharat Summit on Wednesday, promising unprecedented growth and transformation in the coming years.
“Everybody has experienced the Rising Bharat… We are talking about Atmanirbhar Bharat. Everyone is watching the development of Bharat. In the last 10 years, 25 crore people came out of poverty. This did not happen easily. We became the fifth largest economy. Our forex reserve is more than $700 billion,” PM Modi said at the conclave.
“The whole world is saying that the 21st century belongs to India. All analysts are assured about Rising Bharat… In the next five years, India will be the pilot to take the world to new heights,” he added.
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— News18 (@CNNnews18) March 20, 2024
The government before 2014 was resorting to lies to defend its “scams” but the situation has reversed now with the government taking tough action against the corrupt, he said. “It is my commitment to act against the corrupt…” he said.
The next five years would be of “unprecedented transformation, growth and expansion”, he said, asserting that it is his guarantee. While India was seen as an “additional weight” on an overloaded flight till 2014, it is now a passenger without whom the global flight cannot take off and it will become the pilot in the next five years, he asserted.
India has no reason to be behind any country and people have to work with the “nation first” approach, he said, adding that it is this attitude which has powered India’s rise. He cited the huge growth in India’s exports, forex reserves and other development indicators to make his point.


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