PM Modi said, “The world is influenced by India.” The G20 summit is proof of this. In our third term India will become the third largest economy in the world and this is Modi’s guarantee.
New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi reiterated his promise to take the Indian economy forward during his last speech in Parliament before the general elections. This time he did not present any figures during the speech. Instead, he said that in his third term, India’s economy will be the third largest economy in the world.
Prime Minister Modi, while giving a speech of thanks on the President’s address in the Lok Sabha, claimed that this time BJP will get more than 370 seats in the Lok Sabha elections. He also claimed more than 400 seats for NDA. The PM said that our third term will lay the foundation for 1,000 years and very big decisions will be taken in it.
The Prime Minister also fiercely cornered the opposition. He said that the opposition remained sitting there for many decades. He said that for how long will the opposition continue to divide the society. These people have broken the country a lot. Congress had a chance to become a good opposition. But they failed. The Prime Minister also cornered Rahul Gandhi without naming him. He said that due to launching the same product again and again, the shop has come to the point of being locked.
India will become the world’s third largest economy
PM Modi said, “The world is influenced by India.” The G20 summit is proof of this. In our third term India will become the third largest economy in the world and this is Modi’s guarantee. He said, “When we say that we will become the third largest economy, the opposition says that it has happened automatically and there is nothing big in it.” I want to tell the youth how this happens and what a big contribution the government plays in it.
PM reiterated the Finance Minister’s point from the interim budget of 2014
PM Modi said that in 2014, the then Finance Minister had said that “India will become the 11th largest economy in terms of size and strength in the next 30 years.” Now we are talking about the third largest economy, so the opposition should be happy.
Visa requirements for 28 countries including Saudi Arabia are over: Iran
The visa exemption will apply to tourists who will travel to Iran by air instead of land border crossings.
From Monday, Iran lifted the visa ban for citizens of 28 countries, including Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Qatar.
The 28 countries also include citizens of Japan, Brazil, India, Mexico, Peru, Indonesia, Singapore, Cuba, Tunisia and Tanzania.
Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs says that under the policy of the President of Iran, Ibrahim Raisi, for “friendly relations with neighboring countries”, citizens of some Central Asian countries, including Bahrain, Kuwait and Qatar, will not need a visa to enter Iran. .
Diplomatic relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia were restored last year.
Earlier this week, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Consular Affairs, Ali Reza Begdali, confirmed that citizens of 28 countries will be allowed to enter Iran without a visa.
He announced that the visa exemption will apply to tourists who will travel to Iran by air instead of land border crossings.
In a statement reported by Iran’s official news agency IRNA, he said that his ministry has informed all relevant institutions about the cabinet’s decree regarding this unilateral decision.
He added that citizens of India can travel to Iran without obtaining a visa, but the condition will be that they come by air. They will need a visa if traveling by land.
Last month, Iran’s Tourism Minister Ezzatullah Zarghami said that the decision to lift the visa ban was aimed at revitalizing the country’s tourism sector.
Iran has already granted visa-free entry to citizens of Turkey, Oman, Azerbaijan, Armenia, China, Lebanon and Syria.
According to official data, there are signs of a recovery in the tourism industry from mid-2023. Iranian authorities are also considering other incentives, including visa waivers, to attract foreign tourists.