In the words of the President, the Indian economy was ranked sixth in the world at the time the country gained Independence in 1947. It then fell down to the 10th spot in 2014, the year that the Congress was the last to rule in the Centre
Premier Vice-President Narendra Modi on Friday said India has developed strong relationships with Islamic countries such as Saudi Arabia after he assumed office in 2014.
At an election rally, after conducting a road show on the day that ended campaigning for the second phase of the vote on 5 December, he attacked Congress and claimed that the opposition and its governments spent taxpayers’ money on “family members, friends, and personal usage”.
“After 2014 India established strong relations in the region with Islamic nations. It’s a source of satisfaction for me as well as each Gujarati that countries like those the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain have awarded their highest honors to me. Yoga is officially a part of the curriculum within Saudi Arabia,” said Modi.
Hindu temples also are set to come to Bahrain in addition to Abu Dhabi, the prime minister informed the gathering.
Contrary to other parties, such as the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) which puts the nation first, however, unlike the Congress, which puts the nation first Congress has always put priority on one family only as stated by Modi.
In the words of the prime minister, the Indian economy was ranked sixth globally when the country gained Independence in 1947. Then, it fell down to the 10th spot in 2014, the year that the Congress was the last to rule during the Centre.
“After I took over as president and the BJP was elected in 2014, India’s country’s economy went from being in the 10th place to 5th (in 2022) in just eight years. The Congress was unable to achieve this due to dynastic politics as well as appeasement politics, scams, and bribes,” said Modi.
The second phase of voting for those remaining Gujarat Assembly seats will take place on the 5th of December. The polling for 89 seats in the first phase began on the 1st day of December. The results of the polls for all 182 seats will count on the 8th of December.