Start up India, Make In India schemes’ success an outcome of PM Narendra Modi’s global tours: Mridula Sinha

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New Delhi | Updated: January 17, 2016 12:09:35 AM

Governor of Goa, Mridula Sinha on Saturday said that the success of Make In India and Start Up India lies in the long-term impact and sensation created by the Prime Minister during his foreign tours over the past year.

narendra modi foreign toursGovernor of Goa, Mridula Sinha on Saturday said that the success of Make In India and Start Up India lies in the long-term impact and sensation created by the Prime Minister during his foreign tours over the past year.

Lauding the outcome of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s strategic global visits, Governor of Goa, Mridula Sinha on Saturday said that the success of Startup India and Make In India lies in the long-term impact created by the premier during his foreign tours over the past year.

Sinha said this during the promotion of the book ‘Indian Industrialisation: Trajectory Redefined’ authored by technocrat Dr A K Agarwal.

“India is known for it’s hospitality and sense of brotherhood and this message has been made alive by Narendra Modi. We witness the success of PM Modi’s global tours through the mammoth crowds that assemble to greet him on all of his visits.” said, Sinha.

During the event at the ITPO International Business lounge, Pragati Maidan, the National Book Trust Chairman, Baldeo Bhai Sharma stressed on the importance books play on inspiring individuals and transforming lives. Refuting claims, that books are well past their shelf life, he said that technology cannot erode their importance.

Dr A K Agarwal said, “In this changing world, it is imperative today to develop deep-rooted strategic engagement of nations for mutual benefit, peace and prosperity. This is exactly the policy that Modi government is pursuing.”

‘Indian Industralisation’ is an analytical book on Modi’s visits and discusses the probable outcome of his strategic tours to diverse parts of the globe.

The book was officially launched on January 13 by Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad and Dr Mahesh Sharma at FICCI Auditorium.

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