Launching yet another attack on the previous UPA Government at the Centre, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said India has crossed the 'phase of pessimism' witnessed during the previous regimes and that situation in country has changed from 'What will happen' to 'When will it happen'.
Addressing the Indian community in UAE, Modi, claiming that four years of the NDA Government had witnessed a change in the style of working in the country, said, ''there were days when we were disappointed and upset but within four years the country has changed. India has crossed the phase of pessimism. The situation has changed from 'What will happen' to 'When will it happen'. This question has a sense of belief that things will change.''
Referring to the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax regime, he said,'' GST had been languishing for seven years, but now it is a reality.''
Describing jump in India's position in world Bank's Ease of Doing Business Rankings from 142 to 100 as 'unprecedented', the PM said ,''India's jump in World Bank's Ease of Doing Business Rankings from 142 to 100 is unprecedented. No country in the world has jumped so far in ease of doing business like India and we don't intend to stop here. We want to improve even more. We will do whatever it takes to achieve it.''
He said India would achieve all its dreams ahead of time: ''I assure you that we will work together to bring to reality the dreams you see, here and in India.''
Thanking the UAE Government for providing an environment to set up second homes for 30 lakh Indian nationals, the PM said, ''our relation with UAE is not just that of a buyer and a seller. It has become much more.'(UNI)