As the entire country is eager to wait for the 2019 Lok Sabha results on 23rd May 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi couldn't stop to express his confidence over his government's victory.

PM says that he has already asked the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), Niti Aayog and the Principal Scientific Adviser to prepare the agenda for the first 100 days of the next government. The agenda has one of the primaries focus on double-digit GDP growth in the next five years.

PM, Narendra Modi said about his to make India a developed country in 2047 and it is included in his 100 days agenda. This is planned by removing red tape in core sectors. Thus, it would help India to boost GDP growth up to 2.5%.

The 100 days agenda further continues with the focus on India's high growth sectors, learning outcome sectors, and job creation sectors. Here High growth sectors include mining, coal, power, and energy.
Lastly, among the financial agenda PM including infrastructure development of India through promoting tourism all over the country.