India is aiming to a $ 5 trillion GDP nation within the coming five years. Narendra Modi and his ministers have categorically told this before the Loksabha election 2019 and reaffirmed this on June 10. In a meeting with top 100 bureaucrats including all departmental secretaries, Prime Minister Narendra Modi cleared his intention to drive India to a $5 trillion economy. India has to learn from the past experiences of several developed nations like the US, China, Japan, Germany, and Israel to achieve its target of $5 trillion GDP.
Piyush Goyal, the then finance minister of India, in his interim budget speech, has declared the goal to achieve it by 2024. In addition, he had a target of $ 10 billion GDP by 2032, the next eight years. BJP election manifesto has also supported the idea and documented a policy draft and road map for the same. Again, Prime Minister’s meeting with top bureaucrats on June 10, in the presence of his senior colleagues Amit Shah, Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh, Union Defence Minister, N Sitaraman, Finance Minister and Jitendra Singh, PMO emphasized on the goal to drive India to a $5 trillion economy.
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