On Friday, BJP’s national president Amit Shah in Mumbai said that “Manufacturing sector will see more investments and the target is to take this growth to over 8% in a couple of years.” BJP is committed to good governance, which the party promised during general elections campaign last year, at Wankhede stadium. Bharatiya Janata Party-led central government will focus on bringing the nation’s economy back on track on the back of higher investments in manufacturing and a revival in the agricultural sector.Some of the recent measures have already created a very positive sentiment and the economy is now growing at a rate which is 1.25% faster than the rate during the UPA regime.
Shah further added that we have appointed the SIT which will work on bringing back black money stashed abroad and will eradicate corruption at every level. Government is working on how to revive the agricultural sector which has declined to lowest levels of growth because of poor management of the economy by the UPA government,” he said.
India’s GDP expanded 5.3% in the July-September quarter compared with growth of 5.7% in April-June.
Shah is on a 2 days visit to Maharashtra to revamp the state unit of the BJP.