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Modi said that when the epidemic started, there were many uncertainties. Now the situation has changed. Now there is an answer and a roadmap.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday joined the 93rd Annual Meeting (AGM) of the Federation of Indian Commerce and Industry (FICCI) through video conferencing. In his speech, Modi laid special emphasis on farmers. He said that the more support we get for the farmers, the more we invest, the stronger the farmers and the country will be. The government wants the interest of farmers with its intention and policy.

10 important things of Modi’s speech

‘If the farmer is prosperous, the country will prosper’
Today India’s agriculture sector is more vibrant than before. Today, farmers also have the option to sell outside the mandis. They can also buy and sell on digital medium. If the farmer is prosperous, the country will prosper.

‘If the farmers get support, then the country will also become stronger’
As much as the private sector had to invest in agriculture in our country, it did not happen. We have a problem of cold storage here. There is a problem of fertilizer, it is imported. Entrepreneurs should come forward for this. The more support the farmers get, the more we invest, the stronger the farmer and the country will be.

‘Farmers will get new markets, options’
Farmers will be the biggest beneficiaries of the reforms in the agriculture sector. There were walls between the agriculture sector and its connected areas, whether it was food processing, cold chains. Obstacles are now being removed. Now farmers will get new markets and new options. There will be more investment in agriculture.

‘Emphasis on multiple connectivity’
Today, reforms have been carried out in every sector. Be it mining, defense or space, most areas have created a tradition of countless opportunities. Multiple connectivity is being emphasized in logistics. If you build walls between one industry and another, then growth will stop. We are working to remove these walls.

‘Technology reached a large population’
The Aadhaar system was strengthened by removing all the obstacles in India. Direct Benefit Transfer, the world’s largest transfer system, is operating in India. Many people are saying that many countries should learn from this model of India. India has brought technology to a large population.

‘Increase facilities in villages’
Every month 4 million crore transactions are being done from UPI. Small shopkeepers and street vendors are also transferring money from it. For some people, villages mean areas where there is inconvenience in movement and convenience. Now the conditions here have also changed. 98% of the roads in the village have been connected to the Pradhan Mantri Sadak Yojana. There are schools and markets in the village. The expectations of the villagers have increased.

‘The rapid deterioration of the situation this year, the faster it is improving’
We have seen a lot of changes in T-20 matches. But this year of 20-20 has beaten everyone. The world has gone through so many ups and downs, after a few years when we remember the Corona period, I will not believe it. The best thing is that the faster the situation deteriorates, the faster the improvements are also.

‘Current Indicators Encourage’
When the epidemic began, there were many uncertainties. This was the question in everyone’s mind, how would everything be alright. Everyone in the world was involved in these questions. Now the situation has changed. Now there is an answer and a roadmap. Now indicators are encouraging. What we have learned in times of crisis reinforced future references. The credit goes to entrepreneurs, farmers, entrepreneurs and people. In a country that saves its people in times of epidemics, its systems have the power to rebound with double the strength.

‘Be industries and independent’
The world is amazed by the policies India has put in place and the situation. In the last 6 years, the trust of the world which was built on us, has become stronger in the last months. Foreign investors have made record investments. We are working to be a vocal for the local. India’s private sector can not only fulfill our domestic needs, but can also be established globally. We want to have industries and independents.

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