Founder of the Infosys Company Mr. NR Narayana Murthy Applauded the Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his authoritative behaviour and crucial policy changes in the country. Murthy also praised Modi as he has introduced the Goods and Services Tax (GST) in India. NR Murthy said that he is willing to support PM Modi for a second term, and he feels that continuity of the present government will be beneficial for the country.
Murthy said that we must be thankful that we have a prime minister like Modi who is keen on improving the Condition of our nation. If we talk about his achievements in the last 5 years, it seems that having a leader like Modi who is focussed on the development of the nation, focus on discipline, cleanliness, and economic progress is a good thing. If the present government continue to be in power it will be very beneficial for the country.
Murthy also spoke in the favour of the PM Modi’s government as his government has strict checks on the corruption. He denied commenting on the matter of a probable scam in the Rafale deal, saying that he is not aware of the truth and there is no proof regarding the scam yet, Said Murthy during his interview.
He further added that we cannot always blame Prime Minister Modi for every unsuccessful implementation and execution of the programmes and schemes. He added by saying that Prime Minister Modi led a strong economic progress minded government. We cannot put the whole sole responsibility on PM Modi for the successful implementation of all the programmes and schemes introduced by the government; it is the responsibility of the whole administration to execute it successfully. It is not the duty of the Prime Minister to go and clean each and every village of the country, said Murthy.
Murthy added that there is some problem with the Indian mindset and psyche, we as Indians are very unconcerned and disobedient regarding the rules and regulations. We are looking for a quick solution and urgently need a cultural transformation before we can achieve an economic transformation. Keeping in mind the current issues going on between the government and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), Murthy expects that both the parties will handle it maturely and will come on a mutual conclusion soon.