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PM Modi’s ‘Start-Up’ Dig At Rahul Gandhi at Startup Mahakumbh

PM Modi said many people try to ‘launch’ startups, especially in politics, sometimes multiple times.

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During his address, PM Modi highlighted the Central government's role in creating an effective startup ecosystem.
During his address, PM Modi highlighted the Central government’s role in creating an effective startup ecosystem.

New Delhi: While addressing the Startup Mahakumbh at Bharat Mandapam, PM Modi took a veiled attack at Rahul Gandhi and drew a parallel between startups and politics. He said many people try to launch political startups but the difference between them and the original startups is the latter’s thrust for new ideas.

“Many people try to ‘launch’ startups, especially in politics, sometimes multiple times… The difference between you and them is that you’re experimental. You try new ideas after the failure of one launch,” PM Modi said.

Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra from Kanyakumari to Kashmir in 2023 and the latest Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra from Imphal to Mumbai which culminated this week are seen as a rebranding of the Congress leader and to portray him as the face of the principal Opposition party ahead of the General elections.

Rahul Gandhi is again contesting from his current Wayanad Lok Sabha constituency.

PM Modi also spoke on the pace of innovation and development saying that India had made the right decisions at the right time.

“Today, the energy & vibe is amazing! Strolling along the stalls and watching your inventions, I could feel the vibe that India’s future holds many Unicorns and Decacorns. For promoting startups, India made the right decisions at the right time” he said.

“Over the past decades, we have seen how India has made huge strides in the software and IT sector. Now, we can see the pace of development of innovation and startup culture in India,” he added.

During his address, PM Modi highlighted the Central government’s role in creating an effective startup ecosystem.

“India has attempted to bring together startup ecosystems from around the world under Startup-20. In the same Bharat Mandapam, startups were not only included for the first time in the Delhi Declaration of G-20, but were also considered as natural engines of growth” he said.

(With Inputs from ANI)




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