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Sep 14, 2019
8:42AM

Modi govt's efforts on economic front are visible: Smriti Irani

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Union Minister Smriti Irani has said that the Modi government's efforts on economic front are visible and asserted that it meets various stake-holders every day to try to find solutions to emerging challenges.

Speaking at a "fireside chat" event organised by FICCI Young Leaders Forum, the Textile Minister, reeled out a number of figures to stress that the government has been providing a lot of employment opportunities. Mrs Irani was asked as to how the government plans to provide opportunities to entrepreneurs in this "sluggish" economy.

She said in the last 100 days, 8,900 crore rupees has gone directly into the bank accounts of farmers across the country. She also said the government does not "belie", the challenges do come but added that challenges are there across the world and referred to the US-China trade war.

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