India’s GDP crossed the $4 trillion mark on November 19 for the first time ever in a major milestone, BJP leaders and ministers claimed on Sunday praising PM Modi’s leadership. This is a significant step towards India’s $5 trillion economy goal. Union minister of state Arjun Ram Meghwal tweeted that this is a significant moment in India’s global presence. PM Modi’s transformative leadership has propelled ‘New India’ to unprecedented heights, the minister said. Maharashtra deputy chief minister Devendra Fadnavis in his congratulatory message to India and its leadership said, “This is what dynamic, visionary leadership looks like. That’s what our #NewIndia progressing beautifully looks like ! Congratulations to my fellow Indians as our Nation crosses the $ 4 trillion GDP milestone! More power to you, more respect to you Hon PM @narendramodi ji.”
Adani Group chairman Gautam Adani congratulates India on achieving this milestone. “another two years to go before India becomes the 3rd largest nation in terms of Global GDP by overtaking Japan at $4.4 trillion and Germany at $4.3 trillion. The Tricolour surge continues! Jai Hind,” Adani tweeted.
The screengrab from GDP live tracking of countries based on the International Monetary Fund was shared on social media platforms. According to the viral screengrab, India left UK behind as its GDP crossed $4 trillion only to be preceded by US, China, Japan and Germany. India was followed by the UK, France, Italy, Canada and Russia in the top 10.