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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that this is India’s time and the world’s trust in India is continuously increasing day by day. Addressing the Times Global Business summit in New Delhi, Mr. Modi said that experts across the world believe that India has transformed in the last ten years. He said that in Davos, as well, unprecedented enthusiasm was witnessed towards India. Prime Minister Modi said such sentiments regarding the capability of India were never seen or heard before and prove that the world trusts India immensely. Mr said, completing projects in a time-bound manner has become the identity of his government.

The Prime Minister said that on one hand, they are addressing the challenges of the 20th century and on the other, they are also fulfilling the aspirations of the 21st century. He said, in any country’s development journey, a time comes when all circumstances are in its favour and when that country strengthens itself for many centuries to come. The Prime Minister said, he sees that the time for India is now. He said his government’s policy is stability, consistency and continuity.

Speaking on the interim budget, the Prime Minister said that media and economic experts have praised the internal budget and said that it is not a populist budget.

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