Countries must recognize India’s power and set goals to become $5 trillion economy: PM Modi

At the conference of national heads of administration that ended on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that every country must identify its strength, define its goals and develop a roadmap to achieve them, as this is crucial for India to achieve a 5- to become a trillion dollar economy.

Prime Minister Modi said: “Urban areas will be at the heart of future development and job creation. Therefore, urban local bodies should be strengthened and urban planning should be carried out in innovative ways.”

The conference, chaired by the Prime Minister, was attended by young tax collectors from the provinces and judges from states and union territories, as well as officials from union ministries.

The Prime Minister appreciated the in-depth sessions and said the deliberations were helpful in creating a roadmap for the sectors. He stressed that the center and countries are working together as “Team India”. He said the action points and new ideas discussed at the conference should be implemented immediately.

Prime Minister Modi emphasized minimum governance and maximum governance, emphasizing the need to ensure easier life in India. He also said that decriminalization of petty crimes should be included in the task formula.

He also mentioned the use of drones in the service sector, such as B. in the supply of vital medicines or horticultural products, especially in mountainous areas, which will bring greater economic value to farmers and service providers.

He called on the prime minister to fill all vacancies in state departments and said states should identify and fill such positions in all sectors. “States should try to integrate Anganwadi into primary schools to achieve national educational goals,” he added.

Stressing the need to improve the use of technology in all government programs and programs to create interoperability of datasets for the center and the states, the Prime Minister also said that the PM-GatiShakti program should be adequately implemented in order to to attract investments.

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