Government has made policy changes to curb corruption: Modi

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today on the occasion of two years of his government stated that his government has made policy changes to curb the corruption and said that this decision has lead to opening up more of the economy to foreign investment.

Modi while talking to a renowned media house stated: “I have an enormous task ahead for myself.” He also said “I have actually undertaken the maximum reforms.”

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Narendra Modi said he has set a path for accelerated growth that the states now need to help navigate and further went on to add that many changes he has put in place would have been regarded in previous administrations as difficult to implement, but now that he has done them.

Talking on the labour reforms Modi further went on to say that “Labour reform should not just mean in the interest of industry. It should also be in the interest of the labourer.”

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