The PM said, ''During previous government's rule people only used to hear about 'kala dhan', now people speak about 'jan dhan'. The people will soon start talking about digi-dhan''.
3 years of Narendra Modi government: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the third anniversary of the NDA government addressed a gathering in Guwahati, Assam. In his address, the Prime Minister thanked the citizens of India for bringing his party to power and said that his government is taking decisions targetted at bringing benefits to the public at large.
PM Modi said that, ”Demonetisation was a very difficult call to take and that the only reason it became a success was because of the government’s good intentions and the support of the people.”
The Prime Minister, while marking three years of his government, said that he plans to double the income of farmers over the next five years. Modi in his speech also spoke about launching an agriculture research institute.
The PM in his speech promised to set up an AIIMS in Assam, which would cost Rs 3000 crore. Earlier in the day, the Prime Minister inaugurated and dedicated a bridge spanning the River Brahmaputra and named it in memory of Bhupen Hazarika.
PM Modi said, ”Indians now know that India is progressing and is on its way to becoming a major world power. The nation is finally experiencing change.”
The Prime Minister also took pride in the fact that he is running a clean government. The PM said, ”During previous government’s rule people only used to hear about ‘kala dhan’, now people speak about ‘jan dhan’. The people will soon start talking about digi-dhan”.