Our vision for ‘Viksit Bharat’ is that of prosperous Bharat in harmony with nature, with modern infrastructure, and providing opportunities for all citizens and all regions to reach their potential,” said Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman while presenting the interim budget in the Parliament on Thursday.
According to Sitharaman, the next five years will be years of unprecedented development, and golden moments to realise the dream of developed India @ 2047.
“The trinity of demography, democracy and diversity backed by ‘Sabka Prayas’ has the potential to fulfill aspirations of every Indian,” said Sitharaman.
Strategy for ‘Amrit Kaal’
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that the government will adopt economic policies that foster and sustain growth, facilitate inclusive and sustainable development, improve productivity, create opportunities for all, help them enhance their capabilities, and contribute to generation of resources to power investments and fulfil aspirations.
Guided by the principle ‘Reform, Perform, and Transform’, the government will take up next generation reforms, and build consensus with the states and stakeholders for effective implementation, she said.
“Aligning with the ‘Panchamrit’ goals, our government will facilitate sustaining high and more resource-efficient economic growth. This will work towards energy security in terms of availability, accessibility and affordability,” said Sitharaman.