National Desk: Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing the ‘India Global Week 2020’ held in Britain on Thursday said that India is a house of talent. The Prime Minister said that 130 crore Indians have waged a self-sufficient campaign.
PM Modi said that during the Corona period the world also saw how important India’s pharmaceutical industry is. He said that companies in defence and space have a big chance.
Also, PM Modi said in Global Week that the medicines being made in India are meeting the needs of the world. Coronavirus vaccine is also being made in our country, India’s role is going to be important in making the vaccine.
Today the country is moving towards self-sufficient India. PM Modi said that there are signs of improvement in the Indian economy and the country remains one of the most open economies in the world.
He said that at the present time when the world is reeling under the COVID-19 epidemic, it is natural to talk about revival and it is believed that India will play a leading role in the global revival.
Modi, while addressing ‘India Global Week 2020’, said that Indians have the passion to make the impossible possible. Not surprisingly, we are already seeing signs of economic recovery in India. He said that India remains one of the most open economies in the world.
Modi said that we are laying the red carpet to call all the global companies in India. Today, as there are opportunities in India, very few countries can offer such opportunities.
Modi said that there are boundless possibilities and opportunities in many new areas in India.
He said that due to our reforms in the agricultural sector, there are very attractive investment opportunities in storage and logistics.
Explain that in view of the coronavirus epidemic, this three-day event is being organized on an online platform in which Foreign Minister S Jaishankar, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, Aviation and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri, Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad and Skill Development Minister Mahendra Nath Pandey is one of the prominent speakers from India.
Prince Charles will deliver a special address on behalf of Britain. Apart from these, Foreign Minister Dominic Raab, Home Minister Preeti Patel, Health Minister Matt Hancock and International Trade Minister Liz Truss will address.