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Will set global example for economic revival: PM Modi in letter to nation

Notwithstanding the severe criticism of the package for failing to put money into people's pockets, Modi said the Rs 20-trillion package would usher in a new era of opportunities for every Indian

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The PM said it was a “long battle” against the Covid-19 pandemic, “but we have started traversing on the path of victory”

Archis Mohan New Delhi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a letter addressed to the people of India has expressed “firm belief” that the country will set an “example in economic revival” for the world, which is currently reeling from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

In the letter, which marks the completion of one year of the current tenure of his government, the prime minister said sections of the population, including workers and artisans, have “undergone tremendous suffering” because of the spread of coronavirus.

He rested his hopes on the idea of Atmanirbhar Bharat and the Rs 20-trillion package for India’s economic revival and progress. The

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First Published: May 30 2020 | 6:01 AM IST

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