‘PM Modi is a technocrat at heart’: Why Amitabh Kant is passionate about ‘India’s century’

At the second edition of the Republic Economic Summit, Managing Director of Counseling India Sunil Seth and ex-CEO of Niti Aayog and G20 Sherpa Amitabh Kant led an invigorating discussion on India’s rise on the world stage. Calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi a “technocrat at heart”, Kant said the country’s growth had accelerated tremendously after prime ministers pushed India towards digitalization.

As India is about to assume the presidency of the G20 for a period of one year from December 2022, G20 Sherpa Amitabh Kant said, “The moment India takes over the presidency of the G20 , growth will be slowed down because there will be a recession in several There is the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, climate action is very critical, so the 2030 agenda of sustainable development goals is left out and therefore, we must accelerate growth.

“Therefore, unlike the G20s held in many parts of the world, the Prime Minister is determined to organize an event where every Indian citizen gets involved. Prime Minister Modi has decided that the G20 will be held in every state and territory of India. uniting the country to increase people’s participation,” Kant added.

Further adding, the ex-CEO of NITI Aayog said, “There has been a drastic transformation in terms of housing and electricity. I am convinced that India’s story has only just begun. This will not only be India’s decade, but will be India’s century in the years to come.”

In a conversation with Indian G20 Sherpa Amitabh Kant at Republic Media Network’s ‘India Economic Summit’, Counseling India Managing Director Suhel Seth said the G20 was a great exercise in brand strategy for India.

“PM Modi is a technocrat at heart…”

Hailing Prime Minister Modi for pushing India towards digitalization, Kant said, “Prime Minister Modi is a politician when campaigning in elections, but he is very focused when doing governance. apart from election time he is a stalwart leader on governance issues he is outcome focused PM Modi is a technocrat at heart and hence he has pushed the story of digital India very importantly.

“Creating jobs by spreading growth…”

“When the Prime Minister talks about becoming a developed nation by 2047, he basically means that India has to transform within a generation. It means that India has to grow fast so that it can grow with jobs. We have to create jobs by distributing growth and not distributing poverty,” Kant added.

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