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Indian PM Modi vows India’s top three economy status in his third term

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NEW DELHI (Diya TV) – Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during his third term, firmly announced India’s aim to become one of the world’s top three economies. He made this momentous declaration at the inauguration of the newly renamed International Exhibition-cum-Convention Centre, formerly known as Bharat Mandapam.

Modi also criticized the opposition for obstructing progress and presented data from the Niti Aayog report, which showed that 13.5 crore people were lifted above the poverty line in the last five years. International agencies have recognized India’s efforts in ending extreme poverty.

Under Modi’s leadership, India’s economy rose from the 10th to the 5th position globally. Despite these achievements, the Prime Minister envisioned a fully developed nation within 25 years. The inauguration of the now India’s largest MICE destination, the Bharat Mandapam, showcased India’s rising stature.

Confident in India’s progress, Modi expressed the nation’s readiness to host the prestigious G20 summit in September. The Prime Minister’s assurance of continued progress is a call to propel the country to global economic prominence.

As the international community watches India’s ascent, Prime Minister Modi’s ambitious vision resonates with determination and purpose. Citizens and investors embrace an optimistic outlook for a brighter and more prosperous India.

In conclusion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s resolute declaration to catapult India among the top three global economies showcases his proactive approach to leadership. With unwavering commitment and significant achievements, India’s path to economic eminence captures the world’s attention. The forthcoming G20 summit serves as a testament to India’s rising prominence, positioning the nation actively on the global stage.

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