New Delhi: Indian PM Narendra Modi emphasised that India is not depended on anyone for structural reforms, such an ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ will uphold the global economy. Now, ‘Made in India’ products are a must. He further conveyed to the industry that these products should also be ‘Made for the World’, hinting at increasing the export and reducing the imports.
As the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), the national industry association completed 125 years, PM Narendra Modi addressed it in an online event. At the same time, he said that it is time to invest in a robust local supply chain, which will strengthen India’s share in the global supply chain. Moreover, for this, Indian enterprises must grow and create industries that will become competent to be a global strength.
The government has taken steps to strengthen the economy as well, as the nation fights the Coronavirus pandemic. The recent economic reform has been planned considering the long-term benefit. A lot of fields are opened for the private sector. Moreover, the PM drew attention to the fact that the government is focusing on utilising the available resources at the fullest.
He further said I have confidence in the Indian talent and technology, innovation and intellect, Indian farmers, MSMEs, entrepreneurs and industry leaders. The government is considering certain fields on top priority to encourage the national industry and the ‘Make in India’ campaign.
Furthermore, the Prime Minister appealed the entrepreneurs to invest more and he said, “The Indian industries must tap in the faith of the world in India. The industrialists should come forward to achieve their goals. They should leverage this opportunity and step forward in confidence with new projects and innovations. The government will help them in every possible way. The government stands with you to create a self-reliant India. The industrialists should aim for a self-reliant India, and the government will use all the strength to accomplish it. You initiate two steps and the government will walk four steps.”