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Development of Indian villages is necessary to make India $5 tn economy – Amit Shah

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Development of Indian villages must to make India $5 trillion economy

Amit Shah, the Union Home Minister, said on Sunday that village development is critical to India’s objective of becoming a “five trillion dollar economy.” “I am a firm believer that development of the country is impossible without development of Indian villages,” Shah stated at the Institute of Rural Management’s (IRMA) 41st convocation event in Gujarat. 
During the occasion, almost 250 students obtained their rural management degrees. 
“Mahatma Gandhi once remarked that our villages hold the essence of the country, and I sincerely believe that,” the Union minister said.

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“The country will prosper if villages are prosperous, self-sufficient, and have adequate facilities. It will contribute to Atmanirbhar Bharat’s (self-sufficient India’s) goal of becoming a five-trillion-dollar economy “he stated 
Shah expressed his delight at the number of students graduating from the IRMA who will work in rural development and management. 
“You will contribute to Mahatma Gandhi’s dreams coming true. You can focus on your own personal growth, but you will be required to swear today as you graduate that you would also work to build our rural communities “According to the Union minister. 
He enumerated Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s government’s efforts in the area of rural development. 
During his remarks at the ceremony, Shah stated that rural managers will play a key role in rural development. 
According to him, the Modi government formed the Ministry of Cooperation, which will aid in rural development. 
Chairman of the IRMA, Dilip Rath, believes his organization is in the greatest position to be named a national institute of excellence since it trains managers to administer cooperative movements in communities. 
According to him, the IRMA has already lodged a complaint to the government regarding this.