New targets need to be set to reduce imports, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s big statement

New Delhi: Coronavirus (Covid-19): The Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) government at the Center has taken several important steps to bring back the Indian economy facing the economic crisis caused by Coronavirus Epidemic. Has been Narendra Modi has congratulated the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) on completing 125 years. PM today addressed the annual meeting of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). He said that the country is facing the corona virus strongly. He said that we will definitely bring back the growth.

The leaders of the industry are confident and we will bring back the growth: Narendra Modi
Narendra Modi said that he has full faith in India’s capability. He said that the country has moved forward leaving the lockdown behind. He said the industry leaders are confident and we will bring back the growth. Apart from this, the government’s first priority is to bring growth back on track. He said that India has prepared physical resources for the fight against Corona. He said that reforms have been taken thoughtfully and looking at the future. He said that he has full faith in the talent and technology of the country. He said that activities will increase in the country after 8 June.

Focus on Systematic Reform, Plan and Growth
He said that the government’s focus is on Systematic Reform, Plan and Growth. Modi said that changes have been made in the APMC Act in the interest of farmers. Now farmers can sell their crop wherever they want. He said that there is a need to emphasize growth for the long term. The government has also emphasized on arrangements like bank merger and GST.

He said that in order to bring India back on the path of fast development, 5 things, Intention, Infrastructure, Investment and Innovation are very important. PM Modi said that financial assistance of more than 53 thousand crore rupees has been provided to poor families. He said that the demand of clarifying the definition of MSMEs had been in the industry for a long time, it has been completed and MSMEs will be able to move forward without any worry and they will not have to follow other paths to maintain the status of MSMEs. .

Coal sector was freed from bondage.
He said that keeping in mind the welfare of our workers, labor reforms are also being done to increase employment opportunities. Non-strategic sectors in which the private sector was not allowed, have also been opened. He said that the third country in the world that has a large amount of coal reserves, who has entrepreneurs like you, business leaders, but even then if the coal comes from outside in that country, what is the reason for that? Now the work of freeing the coal sectors from these bonds has been started. He said that work is going on in the leather, footwear and furniture sectors.


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