Asserting that a new mindset has emerged on his government's watch, he said it is working to boost domestic manufacturing and developing new technologies with the maximum role for the private sector.
His government has opened the way for 74 per cent FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) in defence production through automatic route, he noted.
Referring to recent labour reforms in a number of states, Modi said the reform exercise is not going to stop.
The work on building defence corridor is also on at a rapid pace in states of Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, he said, while adding that Rs 20,000 crore investment would be made for this in the next five years.
Modi said his government has always worked to remove red-tape and roll out red carpet for the private sector, while asserting that it is a win-win situation for everyone.
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