PM Modi on Inflation: The 77th Independence Day of the country is being celebrated today with great enthusiasm. Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the people of the country on the occasion of Independence Day. During his 90-minute speech from the ramparts of Red Fort, PM Modi also spoke about the problem of inflation in the country and what the government is doing in this direction.
Govt trying hard to control inflation: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said from the ramparts of the Red Fort that the central government under his leadership had made ‘best efforts’ to control inflation and efforts would continue in the coming days to reduce the burden on the people. Addressing the nation on the occasion of the country’s 77th Independence Day, Prime Minister Modi said that today the whole world is facing an inflationary crisis and inflation has engulfed the entire world’s economy.
Inflation has gripped the whole world – PM Modi
He said that we also bring necessary goods from the world, we also import goods and we also import inflation. Inflation has gripped the whole world.
Govt will continue to take steps – PM Modi
PM Modi said, “India has tried its best to keep inflation under control. We have had some success compared to the previous era. But we cannot be too complacent. Ours is better than the world, only Thinking that we cannot stay. I have to take more steps in this direction to reduce the burden of inflation on my countrymen. We will continue to take those steps, my efforts will continue.”
Announcement of new home buying facility for middle class
On this occasion, the Prime Minister also announced the facility for middle class people to buy houses at low interest rates. He said, “We are coming up with a plan for the middle class. People who live in cities but live in rented houses, live in slums, live in unauthorized colonies. If such families have their If you want to build a house, we have decided to help you with millions of rupees by providing interest relief on the loan from the bank.
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