New India’s roadmap, $ 5 trillion in economy target set in Niti Aayog meeting

New Delhi: The meeting of the Policy Commission has started in the chairmanship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In the fifth meeting of the Policy Commission, Prime Minister Modi has set the target of making India’s economy of $ 5 trillion by 2024. He said that it is challenging, but it can be achieved. PM Modi said that the Policy Commission has an important role in fulfilling the mantra of ‘Sabka Sath Sabka Vikas’. Export sector is important for increasing income and employment, states should focus on export promotion.

Addressing the first meeting of the Governing Council of the Policy Commission, PM Narendra Modi has set a target to raise the country’s economy to $ 5 trillion (that is, 34,94,00,000 crores) by 2024. While addressing the chief ministers of the state, the PM said that these goals may be challenging, but it can be achieved with the hard work of state governments. The PM said that the states would have to recognize their economic potential and emphasize on increasing the GDP target, he said that it needs to work from the district level.

Referring to the means of income and employment generation, PM said that the export sector is important for giving jobs and increasing earnings.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that we are now going to the governance system which has specialty, transparency and delivery. PM Modi said that it is necessary to get the plan out in the right form on the ground. He said that he appeals to members of the governing council to formulate a government system that works and that people gain trust.

The PM said that the newly constituted Jal Shakti Ministry will develop a comprehensive view of the economic utilization of water. He appealed to the states that they can also bring many efforts related to water conservation and water management to a platform. Narendra Modi said that conservation of available water is extremely important. He said that the Government aims to provide water to the pipes from every rural house of the country till 2024.

Narendra Modi said that the war against Naxal violence has reached the decisive stage. He said that the response to violence will be strictly given. The states which have not implemented the Ayushman Bharat scheme so far. PM Narendra Modi appealed to him and said that he would come with the central government as soon as possible on this issue. He said that health and public welfare should be the focal point of every decision.