India has emerged stronger after the pandemic with self-reliance and resilience, says Vineet Jain at the Economic Summit 2023

Vineet Jain, the managing director of The Times Group, expressed his utmost appreciation for the PM for his honourable presence at the Economic Summit. He applauded Mr. Modi’s undying efforts and sheer hardwork to help India emerge as a winner despite the devastation brought by the pandemic.

Elaborating on the recurrent theme of economic development, Vineet Jain praises Mr. Modi for playing an instrumental role in propelling the country’s growth at an exponential rate, which is truly commendable. This stands in stark contrast to the global recession which many developed countries are currently facing.

India is a beacon of growth and optimism for the world. And “gati” and “shakti”, two powerful concepts, have gained a more profound meaning with Mr. Modi’s effective governance. The vision of a new India – perfectly blended with strength, resilience, and confidence-is becoming clearer. We are on the path to setting a benchmark for nations worldwide.

Vineet Jain elucidates how “Atmanirbhar Bharat” and “Made in India” have gained immense popularity in recent years. Also, he talks about how Mr. Modi has been playing the role of a torchbearer for the world. The idea of “oneness” and “togetherness” has come into shape with the PM’s consistent initiatives. For instance, the idea of supplying critical medicines and vaccines to other nations has been an essential highlight of this. The idea of collaboration over competition has been the underlying motive behind Modi’s governance.

Rigorous economic reforms have further strengthened India’s foundation as a nation. “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Prayas” is emblematic of everything that Mr. Narendra Modi stands for. Addressing him as the champion of reforms and innovation, Vineet Jain’s closing remarks remind us of the unity, peace, and strength of a nation that lies in the leadership.

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Economic Times – ET Edge Insights, its management, or its members

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