'Today we are ahead of those who ruled us for years', Vice President praised Indian economy
Without naming anyone, Dhankhar said that what could be more tragic than some educated people giving wrong information about the economy in the public domain. He said that I became an MP in 1989. Our country was called the golden bird, but there came a time when the country's gold was taken abroad in ships. Was mortgaged there.
Country's Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar reached Banswara in Rajasthan on Saturday on a one-day visit. While addressing the student dialogue organized at Govind Guru Tribal University, he said that India has become the fifth economy in the world. No one can believe that today we have overtaken those who ruled over us for years.
Without naming anyone, Dhankhar said that some educated people give wrong information about the economy in the public domain, which could be sadder than this. He said that I became an MP in 1989. Our country was called the golden bird, but there came a time when the country's gold was taken abroad in ships. Was mortgaged there. Today the same country is the fifth economy in the world.
The President further said that it was unbelievable, but we did it. Accounts of 40 crore people have been opened in the bank. The country made a tribal woman the President for the first time on 24 July 2022. Today the Prime Minister of the country stands in respect of tribal women. He stands in respect of a farmer's son. What could be more reassuring than this for the tribal community and the creator of the Constitution.
He said that there is an uproar regarding the new law. I want to tell you that SC-ST women will also get a reservation in this. The government is committed to this. Half the population will get the respect it deserves.
The President asked the students to stay connected with technology and devote half an hour to it. They will benefit. He said that we celebrated National Space Day because we landed on the moon. When I talk to the ISRO Chairman many times, he tells me that ISRO is going to launch satellites of the UK, US and other countries into space.