PM Narendra Modi Highlights India’s Growth In Parliament Speech

Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi, Parliament
Narendra Modi delivered a spectacular speech in Parliament
Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi, Parliament
Narendra Modi delivered a spectacular speech in Parliament

Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted significant development milestones the nation has attained since 2014 in his speech to the parliament, highlighting everything from India’s thriving start-up ecosystem to its improving performance in the fields of education and sports.

“Over 90,000 startups have been founded in India over the past nine years. As of right now, our nation is ranked third globally for startups “Prime Minister said.

He further stated that the country’s tier-2 and tier-3 cities now have access to a very large and fertile startup ecosystem. Additionally, according to PM Modi, the nation produced more than 100 unicorns during the COVID pandemic.

During his speech to the lower house of Parliament, Prime Minister Modi claimed that India had now surpassed all other countries in terms of mobile manufacturing.

PM Modi called attention to India’s aviation sector by stating that the nation ranked second in terms of the volume of domestic air travel and rising domestic air traffic.

India has become the third-largest energy consumer in the world as a result of rising developmental activities across the country, continued PM Modi. He didn’t forget to mention the nation’s expanding capacity for renewable energy right after that. According to him, India has the fourth-largest capacity to produce renewable energy.

Between 2004 and 2014, the Indian economy was in a poor state, according to PM Modi.

PM Modi poked fun at the opposition’s criticism of the work and accomplishments of the current administration, saying that the opposition’s disappointment is what spurred the accusations against the government. The Indian economy was in a poor state between 2004 and 2014. “Inflation was double digits,” PM Modi continued.

According to PM Modi, enrollment in higher education has for the first time surpassed 4 crore.

India is advancing, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in the area of education as well. Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on Wednesday that the number of students enrolled in higher education had officially surpassed the 4 crore mark. Additionally, he noted that the number of engineering, medical, and other colleges in the nation is also rising quickly.

PM Modi noted that Indian athletes are now shining brightly in every field of sports at the international level after recalling a time when India lacked any notable dominance in the field of sports.