While recounting the achievements of the 75 days of 2023, prime minister, Narendra Modi has said some people have taken the responsibility of putting kala teeka on India as this is so many auspicious things happening in the country. "And this is because India ko nazar na lag jaye." Addressing at the India Today Conclave 2023 in New Delhi on Saurday, Modi said that at a time when the world thinks the time of India has come, there are talks of hopelessness, putting India down and breaking its morale. We all know that there is a tradition of putting a kala teeka. And these people have taken the responsibility of doing that.
“A new history is being created, which we are all witnessing. The entire world is filled with hope when it comes to India,” PM Modi said. "Earlier, there used to be headlines on scams of so many lakh crore rupees in this sector and people taking to streets against corruption. And now the headlines are: because of action against corruption, the corrupts are getting mobilised and taking to the streets," PM Modi said at a time when several opposition leaders are on the radar of the agencies.Nnow the "corrupt" joining hands over action against them is making news.
He said, "The success of India's democracy and its institutions is hurting some people and that is why they are attacking it." Prime Minister Modi said he is confident that despite such attacks, the country will move forward to meet its objectives. "Today India is the fastest growing economy in the world, it is the number one in smartphone data consumers, it is the second biggest mobile manufacturer and has the third biggest startup ecosystem," he said. Leading economists, analysts, and thinkers of the world are saying in one voice that it is India's moment, the prime minister said.
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