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From Kashmir unrest, GST, attack on Dalits, economy to political vendetta: Here are the top quotes of PM Narendra Modi

PM Narendra Modi, in a tell-all interview with a leading TV news channel, spoke on a wide range of issues from the national economy, attack on Dalits, Kashmir unrest to electoral politics among others and listed out his government's top priorities as well as its resolve to clear the hurdles facing the country.


From Kashmir unrest, GST, attack on Dalits, economy to political vendetta: Here are the top quotes of PM Narendra Modi

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a tell-all interview with a leading TV news channel, which was aired on Friday, spoke on a wide range of issues from the national economy, attack on Dalits, Kashmir unrest to electoral politics among others, and listed out his government's top priorities as well as its resolve to clear the hurdles facing the country.

Here are the top quotes of the Prime Minister:-

 

 

-I leave it to the people to evaluate how my government has performed: PM

-My first priority after forming government was to remove the atmosphere of despair: PM Modi.

-Development is our only agenda and it will remain so: PM

-Want to focus on how to make life easier for the common man: PM

-The entire world says that with 7% growth rate, India is the fastest growing economy: PM

-Today, we have the most amount of Foreign Direct Investment after Independence: PM

 

 

-My govt's mantra -  Reform, Perform, Transform and Inform, says PM Modi.

-Our system, processes and forms were very complicated earlier: PM

-GST Bill is perhaps the biggest tax reform since the independence of India: PM

-GST Bill will bring about a big change: PM

-Ease of doing business has rapidly improved: PM

 

 

-Direct benefit transfer is a big reform: PM

-All this would not be possible without reforms: PM

-Taxation will cease to be a burden to the citizen of India after GST:  PM

-This time the rains have been good and this helps agriculture, which is good for the economy: PM

-Issues from the past have impacted private investment: PM

-Should have introduced a white paper in the Parliament on the economic situation of the country before presenting the first budget: PM

Media played a big role uin my political career: PM

I don't believe in short cuts because short cuts may cut you short: PM

-Indians, no matter where they are, want their country to progress: PM

-Many had a problem with Modi being a devotee of BR Ambedkar: PM

 

 

-Some people are selectively picking issues and blaming Modi, law and order is the subject of state: PM

-Incidents of violence against tribals and Dalits have gone down in comparison to the previous government: PM

-As far as few incidents are concerned, they must be condemned. It hurts the interests of the country: PM

-It's unfortunate that everything that we do is immediately linked to elections: PM

-India has 80 crore youth below the age of 30. They can change the fortunes of the country: PM

-Skill development is a ministry with its own budget: PM

-The biggest tool for empowerment is education: PM

I always maintain that the people of Kashmir need both development and trust: PM

We have to empower the poor to end poverty: PM 

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