New Delhi: Laying out the government's vision for building a developed India in the next five years, President Droupadi Murmu on Tuesday underlined its thrust on 'virasat' (heritage) as well as 'vikas' (development) and said it has worked for all without any discrimination.

In her first address to the joint sitting of Parliament on the first day of the Budget session, the president said people have been given basic amenities missing

for decades and modern infrastructure long aspired for is being built across the country. She cited the expansion of the digital network and the crackdown on corruption during the Modi government's tenure.

The government has ushered in many positive changes in its nearly nine years in power and the biggest has been that the self confidence of every Indian is at its peak, the president said.

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