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GDP growth data reflects India's unstoppable story under Modi govt: Shah

Ease of doing business rankings, Moody's upgrade, praise by S&P and growth in Q2 shows that India's rise is inevitable: Shah

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Amit Shah
Amit Shah

BJP chief Amit Shah on Thursday cited the acceleration in the growth rate of the country's to assert that it underlined the "India Unstoppable" story under Prime Minister and described the growth in the sector as a very positive sign.

The reforms by the BJP-led central government were leading to a faster growth as well as creating a strong and stable economy, with increased opportunities for the poor and middle class, Shah said in a series of tweets.

"Today's numbers reiterate the #IndiaUnstoppable story under PM The strong rebound in growth is a reflection of solid economic management by the Modi government," he said.

"India's rise in the World Bank's rankings, upgrade by Moody's, praise by Standard & Poor's and the strong growth in Q2 show that India's rise is inevitable. The Modi government's efforts are ensuring better prospects for each Indian," the BJP chief said.

Reversing the trend after five quarters of a decline in the growth, the expanded by 6.3 per cent in the July-September quarter, due to a pick-up in

"The significant uptick in the sector is a very positive sign for our economy and will further boost 'Make in India' and generate more employment," Shah said.

BJP spokesperson GVL Narasimha Rao hit out at the Congress, saying its gloomy predictions for the economy had fallen flat on the faces of former prime minister Manmohan Singh and former finance minister P Chidambaram.

As predicted, the economy had rebounded strongly in the second quarter (of the current financial year) and would gather further momentum in the quarters ahead, he said.

"The Congress' cynical attempt at predicting an economic gloom, fully knowing that the would recalibrate the economy, has fallen flat on the faces of Manmohan Singh and P Chidambaram. They had brought the economy to the brink of a precipice during the UPA rule," Rao said.

First Published: Thu, November 30 2017. 21:30 IST