India has emerged as world’s fastest growing economy due to hardwork of farmers & workers: President
President Pranab Mukherjee has said in the last 13 years, Country’s economy grew more than 7 per cent, making it the fastest growing large economy of the world. The President was speaking on the topic of ‘India at 70’, during the sixth K S Rajamony Memorial Lecture in Kochi yesterday. He added that as as per the indication of the third part of the current year, it is sure to grow more than 7 and a half per cent.
Mukherjee said such a performance could be achieved only because of the hardwork of farmers and workers. The President said in the last 70 years, tangible change can be seen in every aspect of our lives. India has transformed itself from a poor under-developed nation into the third largest economy in the world in PPP terms within a short span of seven decades. Mukherjee said Equally important is our success in consolidating the unity of our nation and our democracy in the midst of extraordinary challenges and tremendous diversity.
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