PM Modi Aims At Making India Developed Nation, Is It Possible?

India, the largest democracy in the world is celebrating the 76th Independence Day today. The secular nation rang into the Independence Day celebrations and the tricolors are seen across the nation. Thanks to the Har Ghar Tiranga campaign, almost all the households in the nation hoisted the national flag.

Following the protocol, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the countrymen from the iconic Red Fort. Donning a tricolor turban, the Prime Minister addressed the countrymen and made a moving speech. On the occasion, he hit back at dynasty politics and nepotism in politics.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that in the next 25 years India would be a developed nation and sought the active participation of the countrymen in the massive mission. He also said that it takes a lot of innovation to achieve the big dream.

His comments started a new debate on whether India can be a developed nation. The developed nations have big economies and good economic policies that make the nation a paradise for investors and companies.

Nations like the United States, United Kingdom, Russia, and Australia have their respective economies in good shape due to the investments and the people-friendly policies taken by the governments. Though India also sees big investors coming the money invested by the companies is not that big compared to the western nations.

On the other hand, India is having a tough time with the deadly impact left by the deadly Covid pandemic. Almost all the sectors were hit really hard by the pandemic and a few sectors are yet to come out of the crisis. Though the Indian government is making predictions that the economy would see great heights, the growth is not that great.

The automobile industry which is one of the biggest not only in the country but also in the world underwent a big crisis. Before Covid hit us, the sector was ranked the fifth largest sector in the world. Though the Covid pandemic is not that serious the sector is yet to reach the pre-pandemic stage. It is not wrong to have big aspirants and aims for the nation, but the infrastructure and the resources should also complement the big dream.
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