Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said, the government is making sure that those who were forgotten due to their weak financial conditions are not neglected. He said, small farmers, small traders, fishermen, street vendors, and crores of such people have started getting the benefits of the country’s development for the first time. He was speaking after inaugurating and laying the foundation stone of mechanization and industrialisation projects worth around 3800 crore rupees in Mangaluru yesterday.
The Prime Minister said, the projects will increase the ease of living and employment, especially in Karnataka. He said that every sector related to the growth engine of the country is running at full capacity today. Mr. Modi said, the service sector is also moving towards rapid growth. He said that the impact of PLI schemes can be seen very clearly in the manufacturing sector.
Remarking on the five vows, the Prime Minister said that the first of the five vows that he had talked about from the Red Fort is the creation of a developed India. He said, to build a developed India, it is very necessary to expand the manufacturing sector of the country, Make in India’.