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PM Modi Slams Past Corruption, Highlights 5G Rollout And Economic Growth

Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered a scathing critique of past governance during a recent address, highlighting the damaging impact of widespread corruption and policy stagnation on India’s development. In his speech, Modi lamented a period he described as marked by rampant corruption, where only a fraction of allocated funds reached their intended beneficiaries. “There was […]

Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered a scathing critique of past governance during a recent address, highlighting the damaging impact of widespread corruption and policy stagnation on India’s development. In his speech, Modi lamented a period he described as marked by rampant corruption, where only a fraction of allocated funds reached their intended beneficiaries.

“There was a period of scams when it was shamelessly accepted publicly that if 1 rupee is sent from Delhi, only 15 paise reaches. In 1 rupee, there is a scam of 85 paise,” PM Modi stated, underscoring the pervasive nature of corruption that he claimed had engulfed the nation in despair.

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Modi also pointed out the challenges faced by ordinary citizens, citing instances where bribery was reportedly required for basic amenities such as housing and gas connections. He criticized the inefficiencies that plagued bureaucratic processes, leading to widespread frustration among the populace.

The Prime Minister contrasted these past shortcomings with recent achievements, including advancements in technology with the upcoming 5G rollout and significant strides in the coal sector. Modi highlighted India’s transformation from being embroiled in the coal scam to becoming a global leader in coal production. He also commended the resilience and success of Indian banks amid challenging economic conditions.

Modi’s address emphasized a narrative of progress and reform under his government, aiming to restore trust in public institutions and foster economic growth across sectors.

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