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‘Traders surrounded me in Delhi…’ PM Modi told the story of abolishing non-essential laws


PM Modi speech in Berlin: Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) spoke to the people of the Indian community in Berlin on Monday. In this one-hour speech, he counted the achievements of his tenure of eight years. Told about many things of changing India. One of these was in relation to the abolition of the old law. The PM said that 1,500 laws have been abolished since his government came to power. Its intention is to provide convenience to the people. He also told the story behind the repeal of these laws.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with the Indian community in his familiar, very comfortable style. He also urged the diaspora to help the country achieve great progress at the world level. During this, he mentioned many things. One of these was the abolition of non-essential laws.

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Prime Minister Modi told that his government has abolished more than 25,000 conditions. Along with this, 1,500 laws have been abolished for the convenience of the citizens of the country. It has helped bring about many positive changes. He also told the story of abolishing these laws.

He said that the matter is from 2013. The party had made him the prime ministerial candidate. After that he got involved in the election campaign.

The PM said, ‘In those days when I used to campaign for elections, I was surrounded by traders in Delhi. I promised him that I will abolish one law every day.

“Where there is a need, there should not be an absence of government, but where there is no need, there should be no influence of the government,” he said.

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Giving the example of startups, the PM presented a picture of a changed India. He said, ‘New India no longer thinks about a secure future, but is ready to take risks. Willing to innovate and promote development. There were 200-400 startups in India around 2014. Today there are 68,000 start ups and dozens of unicorns. Some of these have already become deca-corns with a valuation of $10 billion. Underlining the success of digital payment systems, PM Modi said that India accounts for more than 40 per cent of the world’s real-time digital payments.

The Prime Minister’s one-hour address to the overseas Indians took place at the ‘Theatre am Postdammer Platz’. A large number of overseas Indians had gathered here. During this, the people present there raised slogans like ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’, ‘Modi hai to mumkin hai’ and ‘2024, Modi Phir Ek Baar’.


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