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    India To Be USD 5 Trillion Economy By End Of 2025: Amit Shah

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    Dehradun, Dec 9: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday said will become a USD 5 trillion by the end of 2025.
    Addressing the valedictory session of the Uttarakhand Global Investors Summit here, Shah said India has grown exponentially on every front over the past one decade due to the farsighted and visionary leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
    “The is looking to India with hope today. Between 2014 to 2023 India has risen from its position as the 11th to the fifth (largest) economy in the world.
    “Never before did the country make so big a leap during 75 years of Independence,” he said and attributed all this to Modi's visionary leadership and his capacity to translate his vision into a reality.
    Modi is leading the movement against climate change, he is trying to impart pace to the slowing GDP of the world through his Make in India program besides leading the campaign for a terror-free world, he said.
    On G-20, he said the Delhi Declaration was India's big achievement on the diplomatic front which the world will remember for decades to come. (Agencies)

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