Published: Mon, July 31, 2017
Sports | By Angel Morales

Mann ki Baat: PM Modi says GST has transformed Indian economy

Mann ki Baat: PM Modi says GST has transformed Indian economy

Nearly a month after the GST rollout, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said it has transformed the economy and marks an example of cooperative federalism as states have been partners in all the decisions related to the new indirect tax regime.

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India also became the only team in Women's World Cup history to beat powerhouses England, Australia and New Zealand in the same edition. "All our festivals are connected with the economic life of poor people", Modi said during his radio address which is broadcast on every last Sunday of the month.

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Recalling India's struggle from freedom, Modi said: "Starting from 1857, the country saw so many movements for India's freedom".

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Despite India's failure to clinch their maiden title, Mithali Raj and her army stood as an example to 1.2 billion Indians, a hope, an inspiration and that is what PM Narendra Modi felt. "What was common was the widespread support Mahatma Gandhi received from across the country".

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Modi said that just as the freedom fighters took the pledge to drive out the British in 1942, Indians on 15 August, 2017, should resolve to transform India by 2022, when India celebrates its 75th year of independence. It is the people whose voice is resonating.

Deeply saddened by the constant rise in doping cases, Nachappa, who is also a vice-president of Karnataka Athletics Association (KAA), further revealed that some of India's most prominent sports officials were caught in camera engaging in corrupt activities.

Describing GST rollout is an example of cooperative federalism, the Prime Minister said all states are partners in it and have a responsibility as well.

The Prime Minister also spoke of the approaching festivals like Rakhi and Diwali, saying "such festivities also extend an opportunity to the poor to earn their livelihood".

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"In 1920 and 1942 we saw two different Gandhian movements". He said, "We must also take pledge to ensure dirtiness, poverty, corruption, terrorism, caste system, communalism "quit India". All decisions taken by both Centre and states.

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