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FDI stands for First Develop India: PM Modi in Japan

Despite two years of serious drought, the entire world has acknowledged that India is the fastest growing large economy globally, the PM said. The PM while addressing the Indian community in Japan said that the currency ban was the 'biggest cleanliness drive' taken by any government till now against the black money

Sakshi Chaturvedi

Sakshi ChaturvediBy Sakshi Chaturvedi

Published on 12 Nov 2016 9:16 AM GMT

FDI stands for First Develop India: PM Modi in Japan
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Tokyo: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Saturday spoke on Foreign Direct Investments and said, "For me FDI stands for 'First Develop India'. The government's efforts have made the country move towards economic development."

Despite two years of serious drought, the entire world has acknowledged that India is the fastest growing large economy globally, the PM said.

The PM while addressing the Indian community in Japan said that the currency ban was the 'biggest cleanliness drive' taken by any government till now against the black money holders.

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The Premiere said," My government has undertaken the biggest cleanliness drive against the black money holders".

What else he said to Indian Diaspora ?

  • I have had the good fortune of visiting you all even before I became the PM.
  • I thank Kobe as it was the first to reach out to help us in 2001, when Gujarat was hit by a strong earthquake.
  • When Japan faced hardship in 2011, great people of Japan endured with courage.Indians will also emulate them in facing any tough challenge.
  • I have had the good fortune of visiting you all even before I became the PM.
  • When I see my fellow countrymen achieving great heights abroad, my hearts sweats with pride.

The PM enplaned from Osaka to return to India soon after the addressal. Official spokesperson of MEA, Vikas Swarup tweeted about PM's journey back to Delhi.

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https://twitter.com/MEAIndia/status/797363904925966338

Sakshi Chaturvedi

Sakshi Chaturvedi

A journalist, presently working as a Sub-Editor at newstrack.com.

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