PM Narendra Modi Highlights: The Prime Minister today told industry captains at FICCI’s AGM that the private sector needs to step up to help the country’s farmers and do their part for rural India. PM Modi said that various reforms are breaking unwanted barriers between sectors.
At present, dates and dragon fruits are being exported by Kutch farmers without any government interference, he claimed, adding that a similar success story has been scripted in dairy and fisheries sectors across the country.
PM Modi at FICCI AGM: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today delivered the inaugural address at FICCI’s (Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry) 93rd Annual General Meeting (AGM). The Prime Minister, stressed on India’s economic recovery and how the government in focused on reforms to aid that recovery. Talking about the three Agriculture reforms introduced earlier this year, PM Modi said that the reforms have been undertaken to benefit the small farmers in India who now have the option to sell their produce anywhere across the country. The Prime Minister also asked the private sector to step up and help the Indian farmers to boost his produce, increase his income and strengthen the agriculture sector in India.
FICCI’s AGM, a high powered event, attracts industry captains from across the globe, diplomats, and policy makers. FICCI’s 93rd AGM is based on the theme ‘Inspire India’ and will see key dignitaries including Satya Nadella of Microsoft along with N Chandrasekaran of Tata Group, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, among others. FICCI’s Annual Expo 2020 will be shedding light on India’s manufacturing and services sector.