London: Finance Minister Piyush Goyal has communicated certainty that it was “not impossible at all ” for India to accomplish a twofold digit development rate given the nation’s statistic profit and optimistic working class.

Piyush Goyal also the Minister of Railway and Coal  is in two day UK-India Leadership Conclave in Latimer in Buckinghamshire concluded via a live video link from Delhi predicted that BJP would win over 300 seats in the 2019 general elections.

He said that the ruling BJP government has created an “honest and transparent ” system to make India “future ready.”

“I don’t want to be presumptuous and jump the gun in any way but what I will say is that I have immense faith in the people of India when it comes to elections,” he said in response to a question on next year’s elections.

“On the back of our achievements, I believe the BJP will get more than 300 seats in the 2019 election,” Goyal told the audience of business leaders and investors attending the Global Investors Forum at the conclave as part of the ongoing UK-India Week.

“The infrastructure push by the government will help the economy prepare for double-digit growth… Indian manufacturing is also set to leapfrog into more modern structures,” he said.

Using a railways analogy, the senior BJP leader alleged that a fragile economy left by the previous Congress-led government had been brought back on the rails by the Narendra Modi-led government.

“We never had the pride of place in the global economy that we have today. In almost every respect, India is becoming more and more attractive to global investors,” he said.

“This right mix of optimism and realism helped wrap up the UK-India Conclave on the perfect note,” said Manoj Ladwa, Founder & CEO of India Inc,” the organisers of the conclave.

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