New Delhi: The Indian government has set a target of making the country's economy $ 5,000 billion. States will contribute significantly to achieve this goal. Amitabh Kant, Chief Executive Officer of NITI Aayog, said this at an event organized by industry body PHDCCI. He said that as people will have to work together and learn from each other, then India can grow rapidly.
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Kant said that by the year 2024, there is a goal of making India an economy of five thousand billion and by 2030 it should be 10,000 billion. These are the things Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been focusing on in recent times. He said, 'Our challenge is really difficult and that it will not be possible for India to achieve this goal unless the states have a target to double and triple their GDP.
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For this, they will have to make major structural reforms and these reforms will have to be done in a wide range of areas. Kant said that structural reforms are needed in areas such as agriculture and labour. The Indian economy is currently estimated at $ 2,700 billion. The central government has announced several measures and initiatives to make India an economy of five thousand billion in the next few years.
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