PM Modi at Assocham: Transition from Why India to Why not India.

PM Modi at Assocham: Transition from Why India to Why not India.


n Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi grabbed the attention of the crowd by stressing on the improvements and steps forwarded by his government to glorify the spot of India on the Global map. He firmly asserted the fact, "We shouldn't let time slip from our hands as our actions and ideas today will transform India in the next 27 years on Global Platform giving it considerable recognition." He brought out this notion in his virtual keynote address at Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industries of India (Assocham) during their foundation week. "World has definitely got a new spectacle to witness India's pioneering growth," he further added.

PM Modi also highlighted the significance of industries in regulating growth index. Any country would never attain the desired milestone without contribution of industrialization and following urbanisation. The Prime Minister was optimistic of dreams of 130 crore Indian citizens and the collective role they will play towards betterment and development of the nation. A nation can't grow and become invincible without the growth and upliftment of its every citizen.

Prime Minister presented the “Assocham Enterprise of the Century Award” to leading business tycoon Ratan Tata, who was awarded for leading and building the incredible Tata Group, which has been a major contributor to the country's development and GDP under his kind and empowering leadership. Tata was grateful to PM Modi and appreciated his efforts for building India of his vision and his cautious leadership amid the pandemic. He felt that the PM has been a strong pillar of support who is leading the nation through these difficult circumstances and if every citizen will abide by his ways by walking on the path carved by him, we will combat the pandemic easily. "In almost no time, World will look at us to acknowledge the transformation headed by the PM," he further added.

The programme was centred around the theme of 'India’s resilience: Atmanirbhar roadmap towards a $5 trillion economy', organized by Assocham, one of India's top trade organisations. It was a week long programme witnessing the presence of Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaraman, Union minister for commerce and industry Piyush Goyal, Union minister for road, transports and highways Nitin Gadkari, Union agriculture and farmers welfare minister Narendra Singh Tomar and Union communications and IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.