New Delhi: Prime Minister Modi said that a large number of startups are currently being registered in the country on a daily basis and new innovations are being made every week.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed the inaugural function of Jain International Trade Organization ‘Jitto Connect-2022’ via video. Addressing the event, the Prime Minister said:
The world is watching India’s commitment to growth to achieve its goals. Whether it is international peace, international resource, solution to international challenges or strengthening the international supply chain, the whole world is looking forward to India with great optimism. I have just returned from informing various European countries about India’s commitment to ‘Amirthakalam’.
No matter what field they specialize in, no matter what the problem field is, no matter what the difference in public opinion, they are all united by the rise of the new India. Everyone believes that the country is currently pursuing the great goal of global welfare, beyond opportunities and possibilities.
I reiterate their earlier commitment to pure intent, pure intent, and positive principles. The country is currently promoting talent, trade and technology as much as possible. The country is currently registering a large number of startup companies on a daily basis and creating new innovations every week.
Since the launch of the Government Electronics Market (GeM) website, all purchasing activities have been carried out on a single site in the presence of all. Currently, people from remote villages, small businesses and self-help groups can sell their produce directly to the government. Currently more than 40 lakh merchants have joined the GeM website.
Transparent ‘face-to-face’ tax assessment, single country-single tax, product-linked incentive schemes are making a difference. Our path and goal for the future are clear. “Independent India is not only the path we have to follow, it is our commitment. We have been working for many years to create all the necessary environment for this.
Consult on how to collaborate to create at least 75 Amirtha lakes in each district by August 15 next year.
Thus he spoke.