India, our beloved nation, has now embarked upon its golden era. With 75 years of independence behind us, we stand on the threshold of a new century. The next 25 years hold as much significance as the preceding decade, for it is crucial to assess our current position when charting the path ahead. Amidst this contemplation, one name stands out prominently — Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whose leadership has steered the nation’s destiny over the past decade.
Under Prime Minister Modi’s stewardship, India has made remarkable strides across all domains. From socio-economic upliftment to advancements in various sectors, the nation’s trajectory has been one of rapid progress. Our economy has ascended from seventh to fifth and now aims for the third position globally. India’s heightened stature in international relations has bolstered its geopolitical significance, while 23 crore people have transcended the poverty line in the last decade alone.
Moreover, India has emerged as a leader in information technology and space exploration. Over three crore households now have their own dwellings, and the provision of essential amenities such as electricity, sanitation facilities, and clean drinking water has witnessed widespread expansion. Initiatives like Ayushman Bharat Yojana have extended healthcare benefits to millions, while farmers and citizens alike have reaped the rewards of various welfare schemes.
The past decade has epitomized good governance and equitable development, ensuring that every segment of society receives its due share of progress. Women’s empowerment has surged, with female leaders occupying key positions in governance and the economy. With self-sufficiency as our mantra, India is poised to excel in every sphere.
As we reflect on the commendable achievements of the past decade, it is evident that the forthcoming ‘Amritkal’ holds the promise of elevating our nation to unprecedented heights of glory. It is incumbent upon us all to rally behind the central government in this endeavor to realize the vision of a ‘Developed India’.