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India now shining in world: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday took a jibe at his government’s critics over its handling of economic aspects, saying his government used to be mocked for being full of “average” talent, but the India which was considered normal is now a global leader. India is shining now.

Interacting with students during the sixth edition of “Pariksha Pe Charcha” annual dialogue at the Talkatora Stadium in the capital, Modi said he firmly believes that criticism is a “purification yagya” for a prosperous democracy. For criticism is a precondition. But there is a huge difference between criticism and accusation, he said.

In response to a student’s question, the Prime Minister said, “You must have seen two-three years ago that it was written about our government that there is no economist in it. It is full of average people. The Prime Minister has no understanding of the economy. But today the same country which was called average is shining in the world.”

Modi said the world is looking at India with hope at a time when the global economic situation in the post-Covid-19 pandemic is being discussed.

He said, “It is not that there is a dearth of economists in the world. There are many Nobel Prize awarded scholars who can guide about what are the prospects in the economic situation, what will be its effects. People talking about wisdom are everywhere these days.
There are also educationists who have done a lot of work.

The Prime Minister said India is a fast growing large economy with growing slowdown in developed countries and many global bodies are favoring the country saying it will do well in future.

Prime Minister Modi was asked a question by a student that those who are considered average or normal, how can they pursue their studies.

To this the Prime Minister said, “Most people are of ordinary level, extraordinary people are very few and when ordinary people do extraordinary things, they go to the height and break the norm of ordinary.”

He said that one need not become ‘Tees Maar Khan’, many people are below average but consider themselves as Tees Maar Khan.

He said, “We should give children the opportunity to expand, not tie them down. Our children should be motivated to go to different sections of the society.”

Modi did not make any direct political comments when asked by a student how he viewed the criticism and allegations.

The Prime Minister said, “To criticize, a lot of hard work has to be done, analysis has to be done. Most people accuse, not criticize. There is a big gulf between criticism and allegations.”

In a lighter vein, he said on these questions that these are ‘out of syllabus’.

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