External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Monday credited Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership for the socio-economic revolution in India over the past decade. The foreign minister, who is on a five-day official visit to Britain, acknowledged the changes taking place in the world. Along with this, he also emphasized on the developing India-UK relationship and the important role played by PM Modi in shaping the country’s direction.
“Socio-Economic Revolution in India Driven by Shared Impact of PM’s Initiatives”
Highlighting the significant impact of PM Modi’s initiatives in the last decade, External Affairs Minister Jaishankar asserted that the combined effect of these efforts has led to a socio-economic revolution in India.
Mentioned several schemes of the central government
He elaborated on several transformative policies of the Government of India including Beti Padhao, Beti Bachao, Jan Dhan Yojana, Awas Yojana, Digital India, Startup India and Skill India campaign.
The foreign minister said this about the major changes seen in the last 10 years
At the same time, the Modi government is close to completing its second term next year. Keeping this in mind, External Affairs Minister Jaishankar also reflected on the sweeping changes witnessed in the last ten years.
He said that as many new universities and colleges have been built in the last 65 years in the country as have been built in the last ten years.