Voters re-elected the Modi government for “New India,” says sitharaman

New Delhi: Voters re-elected the Modi government with great hope for a bright and stable “New India,” finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Friday.
Presenting his first budget in parliament, Sitharaman praised the government of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) led by Narendra Modi. In the beginning, she told parliament that the government of Modi had been highlighted as an executive government in its first term.
The finance minister said: “The recent elections were in charge of full hope and a desire for a bright and stable ‘new India’. Voter turnout was the highest; every section of voters came to approve the work of the government in the general election. “
Sitharaman stressed that during the first term of the NDA government, between 2014 and 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi secured “a rejuvenated central state, a cooperative federalism, the GST Council, and set the ball for a new India with a strong commitment to fiscal consolidation.”
The Union’s minister said: “The people of India have confirmed two goals for the country’s future in the General Elections – national security and economic growth.”

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