Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Monday that the world is reluctant to deal with China in view of the coronovirus and termed it a “great opportunity” for Indian industries. Addressing the webinar on “Self-reliant India in New India”, Gadkari said, “The world economic scenario is very favorable, the world is not keen on dealing with China. So this is a great opportunity for Indian industries. It is a There is a hidden blessing. We can be more competitive, quality conscious and take advantage of the situation, “
The minister said that the goal of the central government Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Agricultural Growth Rate And to increase the development of village industry.
He said, “The World Bank has definitely increased our rank in Ease of Doing Business but the clearance, certificate and compliance procedures are very complex. We are trying to make all systems digital. Our aim is to increase GDP, agricultural growth rate and village industry development. “
The Minister of Road Transport and Highways told that he has planned to take the income of National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) to Rs 1 lakh crore in the next five years.
He said, “In NHAI, right now we have an income of Rs 28,000 crore per year and my plan is to take Rs 1 lakh crore in the next five years. I am not completely dependent on the budget of the government.”
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