Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing the people in Indore on Friday, extended an important message against corruption and tax evasion. While attending ‘Ashara Mubaraka’, the event organized to commemorate the death anniversary of Imam Husain, the Prime Minister said that the government has successfully sent out the message that anything that takes place within the country limits, should abide by the law.
Denoting the businessmen as the spine of the Indian economy, Prime Minister Modi said that they are the ones who develop new employment opportunities in the country. Pertaining strong support the PM Modi stated that the current government is working both in central and state level to assist and encourage businesses. However, taking a strong stand against forgery, he further stated that the government won't entertain dishonest ways for business. He further stated that the government has implemented some regulations like the GST, insolvency, and bankruptcy code that inspire budding entrepreneurs.
The Prime Minister further added that the economic growth of the country has now influenced international businesses who are now looking forward to investing in the country.
In the speech, the Prime Minister said, "Traders and businessmen of the country are the spine of the nation. They are the ones who provide employment opportunities. The present government and the all the states are helping them with all the inspiration they need. But, this is also true that all five fingers are not equal. There are people around us who use dishonest ways for business. In the past four years, the government has been successful in sending out the message that anything that takes place, should be within the boundaries of the law. GST, insolvency, and bankruptcy code are different mediums through which honest businessmen are being inspired and if someone who benefits the most from it, is my Bohra Community. This is a big reason that within 4 years, the faith of investors globally has grown."
The PM was received at the Indore airport by Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan following which he met the 53rd religious head of Dawoodi Bohra community Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin in the religious event held at the Saifee Nagar mosque in Indore. This was the first time PM Modi met the spiritual leader.