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Peoples’ many hope to the Modi Government

Wednesday - June 19, 2019 11:33 am , Category : WTN SPECIAL
The first 100 days 'challenges' before Prime Minister Modi
The first 100 days 'challenges' before Prime Minister Modi

Prime Minister Modi to up build 'roadmap' to achieve development goals

JUNE 19 (WTN) - After a massive victory in the Lok Sabha Elections, Prime Minister Modi knows that the people of the country have many expectations from him. This is the first time in the history of India's Lok Sabha Elections that another political party, except the Congress, has achieved the absolute majority for the consecutive second time. The people of the country expressing their faith in Prime Minister Modi once again and gave him command of the country one another time. In such a situation, PM Modi knows that he has a lot of responsibility to fulfill the hope of the people of the country so his government will have to do concrete development work in the coming five years.

There are a lot of challenges before Prime Minister Modi in his second term, and the biggest challenge is the sluggish country's economy. The Prime Minister knows that after the demonetization and the GST, there was slowdown in the economy of the country. But after two shocks, Indian economy had started changing gear, but the speed at which the economy of the country should move forward at this time that is not seen on this moment. Concerned by this, Prime Minister Modi is busy in finalizing his Government's 100-day agenda. So that roadmap can be prepared for the next five years on the basis of this.

Prime Minister Modi's goal is that in the next five years, India's economy should be worth 5000 billion dollars. To achieve this big goal, Prime Minister Modi has already started planning in this regard. First of all, the Prime Minister knows that there is a need to generate revenue to take forward development work in the country. In such a way, the Modi Government is working very seriously with measures to increase revenue.

There is a lot of work to be done at the grassroots level for the GDP growth in the country. For your information, let you know that the growth rate of GDP has come down to 6.8 per cent in FY 2018-19, which is the lowest in the last five years. Even on the front of the inflation, the Modi Government will have to face many challenges in the coming five years.

According to the data, inflation at this time is within the ambit of the Reserve Bank of India, but during the January-March quarter, the economic growth rate came down to 5.8 per cent, which is the lowest in five years. And for this reason, India has now lagged behind China in terms of growth rate.

In addition to accelerating the country's economy, there are many other challenges before Prime Minister Modi, such as doubling the income of farmers, mobilizing the budget for the Prime Minister's Kisan Samaman Yojana, home to all in the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, drinking water and electricity for all. As you know, Prime Minister Modi has promised from time to time to that his Government will double the income of the farmers. But there is a great difference in making promises and completing it.

Doubling the income of farmers is not easy, because if the support price of crops is increased, then it will increase inflation. If this happens, then a very big problem will be before the Modi Government. But in order to doubling the income of the farmers and solve the problems of the agriculture sector, Modi Government can improve structural reforms in the agriculture sector, while promoting private investment in this field. The Modi Government will have to pay attention in providing market support and repair of the logistics system to increase the income of the farmers.

Along with improving the country's economy and agriculture field, many other challenges are also before the Modi Government, such as increased debt trapped in banks, cash crisis in non-banking financial companies, rising unemployment, providing employment opportunities, foreign investment, exports Increase. Now you have to see how the Modi Government deals with these challenges in the coming days and how the Prime Minister Modi can fulfill the expectations of the people of the country in the first 100 days of his second term.