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PM promises more difficult reforms, says dishonest to face ruin after December 30
Warning of "ruin" for the "dishonest" after December 30, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said his government will not shy away from taking difficult decisions in the interest of the country and favoured more taxes from capital markets.
Warning of “ruin” for the “dishonest” after December 30, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said his government will not shy away from taking difficult decisions in the interest of the country and favoured more taxes from capital markets.
Addressing public events, he also asked the dishonest not to not underestimate the mood of the country against corruption.
“Dishonest people, you should not underestimate the mood of 125 crore people. You will have to be afraid of it… Time has come for ruin of dishonest people. This is a cleanliness campaign,” Modi said just with a week to go for the expiry of the December 30 deadline when the scrapped Rs 500/1000 notes can be deposited in banks.
“After 50 days (from November 8), the troubles of honest people will start to reduce and the problems of dishonest people will begin to increase,” Modi said at MMRDA ground in the Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) here after laying foundation of various big ticket infrastructure projects.
Earlier in the day at a Sebi function, Modi promised more “sound and prudent economic policies” which would be “not for short-term political point-scoring” but for “larger national interests.
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