“India Achieved $400 Billion Export Target,” Says PM Modi In Mann Ki Baat

New Delhi: Since BJP’s big win in four states, PM Narendra Modi delivered his first Mann Ki Baat Today. 

Addressing the nation, PM Modi congratulated all the Indians for achieving the export target. He said, “Last week, India has achieved the export target of $400 billion, i.e. Rs 30 lakh crore. At first instance, it might come across as a matter related to the economy, but more than the economy, it is related to the capability and potential of India. It means that the demand for Indian goods is rising in the world.”

He said that India is taking massive steps towards economic progress. He said, “India is taking massive steps towards economic progress. When every Indian gets ‘vocal for local’, it does not take much time for the local to become global.”

PM Modi noted during his address, “Today, our small entrepreneurs are playing a major role in government procurement through Government eMarketPlace. A transparent system has been developed through technology.”

“Earlier, it was believed only big people could sell products to the government but the Government eMarketplace Portal has changed this; it shows the spirit of a New India,” he added.

Speaking of fitness PM Modi Said, “In the recently concluded Padma awards, you must have seen 126-year-old Baba Sivananda. Everybody was surprised by his vigour and fitness. His health is a topic of discussion in the country. He has a passion for Yoga.”

In his address PM Modi emphasized on the importance of water conservation and said it requires both individual and collective efforts.”Some individuals are putting commendable efforts into conserving natural water sources. Chandrakishore in Nashik discourages people who litter around the Godavari river. Rahul Maharana in Puri cleans plastic garbage from the premises of religious places,” he said.

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