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PM Modi Sets Ambitious Economic Goal During Three-State Tour

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarked on a day-long visit to Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu, unveiling a series of major development projects and articulating a bold vision for India’s economic ascent during his third term. The strategic timing of this visit, just months before the 2024 General Elections, emphasized the significance of these initiatives.

In Maharashtra, PM Modi initiated the day by laying the foundation stone for eight Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) projects, collectively valued at around 2,000 crores. The subsequent dedication of 15,000 houses to the Raynagar Housing Society in Solapur, catering to diverse beneficiaries such as handloom workers, vendors, power loom workers, rag pickers, Bidi workers, and drivers, added a human touch to the development agenda.

Expressing genuine emotion, Modi reflected on the impact of the housing projects, stating, “When the dreams of thousands of people come true, their good wishes are amongst my biggest achievements.”

Moving to Karnataka, the Prime Minister inaugurated the new Boeing India Engineering & Technology Center (BIETC) campus in Bengaluru. The launch of the Boeing Sukanya Program, designed to support the entry of girl children into the aviation sector, underscored the government’s commitment to gender inclusivity in emerging industries.

Addressing the gathering in Bengaluru, Modi highlighted the increasing opportunities for women in the aviation and aerospace sectors. Notably, he pointed out that 15 percent of pilots in India are women, a figure three times the global average. The success of India’s Chandrayaan mission was celebrated as a testament to the nation’s growing scientific temperament, positioning India as a hub for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education.

As India solidifies its position as the third-largest domestic aviation market globally, PM Modi emphasized the potential for growth in the aviation sector. Encouraging international companies, he asserted, “India is a talent pool with a stable government and has a policy approach for Make in India.”

The highlight of the visit was PM Modi’s ambitious commitment in Maharashtra, where he declared, “In the 3rd term of our Central government, in my next term, India will be in the top three economies of the world.” This proclamation, coming ahead of the impending General Elections, positioned economic development as a pivotal agenda for the government’s next term.

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