India needs to see if they can become a developed country by 2030: Jaitley

Arun Jaitley, Jagmohan Dalmiya, Dalmiya’s Son, Avishek Dalmiya
Arun Jaitley visits Jagmohan Dalmiya's Kolkata residence to offer condolence

New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today stated that India needs to see if the target of becoming a developed country can be achieved by 2030.

“We have missed the bus for Kalam’s vision of making India a developed country by 2020. The date needs to be pushed further,” Jaitley said at the first APJ Kalam Memorial Lecture here.

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“Instead of 2020, if we push it to 2030, India has to follow a roadmap. It will need all investments from private sector and on the global sphere as well, larger resoources and push from the banking sector,” he added.

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