India Global Week 2020: Prime Minister Modi said- the courage to do what is considered impossible in India

India Global Week 2020: Prime Minister Modi said- the courage to do what is considered impossible in India

July 9, 2020 Off By Vishnu Mahanand

London. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, addressing India Global Week 2020, starting today in the UK, has appealed to investors from all over the world to invest in India. The Prime Minister said in his virtual address that we are laying the red carpet, companies of the world should come to India and invest. Very few countries are able to give the kind of opportunities that India is giving.

The Prime Minister, meanwhile, said about the Corona vaccine that after the discovery of the Corona vaccine, India will play an important role in furthering and better production. In the past, India’s pharma companies have given two-thirds of the world’s need vaccine. Today, our companies are doing an important job in the discovery of the corona vaccine.

Earlier in his address, he said that the corona epidemic has once again shown that the country’s pharma companies are an asset not only to us but to the world which is playing an important role in reducing the prices of medicines.

The PM said that when India talks about revival, Revival care is with compounding which is sustainable for both economy and nature. Indians have the passion to achieve what people call impossible. This is why we in India shoot green shoots of economic recovery

Prime Minister Modi has joined the event virtually due to the worldwide corona virus epidemic. Given the globalization of India, India is expected to get many big investment and production opportunities here.

India Inc Group CEO and Chairman Manoj Ladwa said that India has emerged as a repository of talent and technical knowledge under the shadow of Kovid-19. India is in a central role of leadership in global affairs. Therefore, it is expected that Prime Minister Modi’s message will be very important for the whole world. The three-day conference will also include External Affairs Minister S. Jayashankar, Railway and Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal, Civil Aviation and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri, Information and Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad and Skill Development Minister Mahendra Nath Pandey.

Prince Charles will have a special address from Britain. Foreign Minister Domnik Raab, Home Minister Preeti Patel, Health Minister Matt Hancock and Trade Minister Liz Truss will be the speakers from the UK government.