Policy changes made under PM Modi will help India soon become a manufacturing hub in the world: Amit Shah


Union Home Secretary Amit Shah on Saturday expressed his belief that the policy changes brought about by the BJP-led government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi would soon make India the hub of the country. world. Speaking here at the national awards ceremony of the Institute of Corporate Secretaries of India, he said that a country cannot move forward without strong corporate governance.

“A country cannot progress without strong corporate governance. Inventions take place when there is confidence in the system, its transparency and the speed of its governance. And this has been skillfully done by our corporate secretaries. “, did he declare. “You will shape the corporate culture in the future. Take care of the health of the company, just as doctors take care of the health of their patients,” he added.

He urged people to set high goals and strive for them. The Union Minister praised the Prime Minister’s efforts in the fight against COVID-19 and said he had held meetings with officials to discuss necessary reforms in the country.

“On the one hand, we were fighting COVID-19 firmly, and on the other, Prime Minister Modi and his officials were working on the reforms the country needs in different areas. When the whole country was in lockdown, he held hours with officials and discussed needed reforms in the country, “he said.” The reforms were made with the post-corona world in mind , that is why if there is one country whose economy is growing at a rapid pace after the corona era, it is India. The GDP will hit double digits, ”Shah added.

He referred to the policy changes under the government’s Make in India and Atmanirbhar Bharat initiatives. “Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the kind of policy changes made in India under ‘Make in India’ and Atmanirbhar Bharat, I can say with confidence that India will soon be the hub of world-making,” did he declare. Speaking about the successful vaccination campaign across the country using the CoWin app, he said: “We are gradually approaching the end of the corona crisis because our vaccination is almost complete. You run the businesses, it is difficult to keep careful records. If a person gets the vaccine in any part of India, they get the certificate within 30 seconds and get registered in government records. Governments all over the world have us asked for the CoWin app. We gave the app free to countries, “he said.

Amit Shah is on a two day visit to Mumbai. (ANI)

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