PM Modi: Reforms not pleasant now, will help in long run | India News

BENGALURU: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said decisions and reforms may be unpleasant temporarily but with time, the country will experience their benefits.
He observed that the 21st century India belongs to wealth and job creators and innovators, who are the country’s true strength. “The path of startup and innovation is not the one with ease, and taking the country on this path for the last eight years was also not easy. Several decisions and reforms may be unpleasant temporarily, but with time their benefits can be experienced by India,” Modi said.
“The path of reforms can alone take us towards new targets and new resolve … we have opened up the space and defence sector, which for decades were under government control,” the PM said after inaugurating or laying the foundation for various developmental projects here.
Noting that Bengaluru has shown what youth can achieve if the government gives facilities and interferes less in the lives of citizens, Modi said Bengaluru is the city of dreams for the youth of India, and entrepreneurship; innovation and right use of public and private sectors are the main reasons behind it.
Averring that the promise that the “double-engine” government had given can be seen getting realised today, Modi said the projects launched today will support ease of living and ease of doing business.
Bengaluru is the true reflection of ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’, and the city’s progress is linked to progress of lakhs of dreams, he said, adding that the double-engine government is committed for all-round development of the city, both in terms of livelihood and infrastructure.

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