Narendra Modi seeks 50 days cooperation to curb black money, corruption

Photo of India's Prime Minster Narendra Modi.

Panaji: India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi after coming back from his foreign trip of Japan today delivered first speech in Goa’s capital city Panaji on currency demonetization and requested people to give him 50-days time to provide result in tackling black money issue as well as corruption problem.

Modi further said that he is doing what he has promised with the people of the country during election campaign that he will bring down corruption level by taking steps in this regards.

The Prime Minister added that fight and step against the black money and corruption will continue in future as well.

He requested people of the country that he have more projects in mind to make India corruption-free; Cooperate with me for 50 days to ensure this.

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