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Saudi Crown Prince Congratulates Modi on Victory in Elections

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Salman sent his  congratulations to Prime Minister of the Republic of India Narendra Modi on the occasion of his party’s victory in the legislative elections, reported Saudi Press Agency.

The Crown Prince expressed his sincere congratulations and best wishes of success and prosperity for Modi and the Indian People.

The world’s biggest elections started last April in India. 969 million people were eligible to vote in India’s elections, according to CNN.

India adopted electronic voting, which saves time, especially when votes are won. Electoral Commission of India confirmed that the system is safe and cannot be controlled remotely or change the results.

Many see the re-election of Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a foregone conclusion, both because of his strong popularity after a decade in office and because of the glaring inequality of opportunity, according to a report by The Guardian.

Modi’s Plans

Modi plans to take business-friendly measures if he wins a third term, as part of his election pledge to transform India into a global manufacturing hub.

Modi’s planned measures also aim to make it easier to hire and fire workers, and to offer subsidies for domestic production emulating recent packages for semiconductor firms and electric vehicle (EV) makers, Reuters reported citing two government officials familiar with the matter.

According to the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, Modi’s plans include reducing import taxes on key inputs for locally-manufactured goods, which have increased costs for India.

The Indian Prime Minister partly built his reelection campaign on the promise of achieving continued economic development. He has promoted India as an alternative for global firms that seek to diversify their supply chains away from China.

As a Prime Minister, Modi has put increased emphasis on industrial zones. He described facilities in DSIR as central to the establishment of an Indian semi-conductor manufacturing hub.

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