Today, PM Narendra Modi supposed Diwali came early for the people of the country owing to the GST Council decision of changes to the Goods and Service Tax (GST), decreasing tax rates on 27 products and offering relief to small and medium businesses.
PM Modi alleged “Diwali has come early for our people due to the verdict took in the GST Council. We had supposed we will revise all aspects relating to GST for three months, counting the shortcomings. And therefore, the decisions were taken with agreement at the GST council”.
Sounding the trumpet for the forthcoming assembly election in Gujarat the PM said the BJP government stood for all-around expansion and panned the opposition for its “narrow” idea.
Addressing an assembly after laying the foundation stone for a bridge amid Okha and Bet Dwarka, PM Modi tinted how the state government customized the National Highways programme, so that progress of roads takes place in cycle with economic growth. He said, “Building of infrastructure should augment economic activities and adjoin to the atmosphere of expansion”.
He also strikes out at Congress and supposed the party took no contemptible stunts to drum up hold up ahead of polls. In disparity, the BJP believed in solid action to ease “all round and broad progress.”
PM Modi jibed “while Madhavsinh Solanki Ji was CM, I remember front page advertisements for the CM impending to Jamnagar to install a water tank. This is how narrow their beginning of growth was”.
IIntricating on the BJP government’s expansion success stories, he said, “Kandla Port sees unprecedented growth. This is as we devoted resources to perk up the port. A new lease of life was added to Alang; steps were in use for the wellbeing of the labourers working there. These are steps we are captivating towards growth.”
Making a terrain for tourism, the PM supposed the four-lane cable-stayed signature viaduct amid Okha as well as Bet Dwarka was not only a vast infrastructure endeavour but would also join the region’s history and culture.
PM Modi is on a two days tour to poll-bound Gujarat, where he is slated to launch some projects. Previously in the day, he offered prayers at the well-known Dwarkadhish temple.