India is moving forward with a broader goal for global wellbeing, says PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday that the world sees India’s development resolutions as a means to achieve its goals and added that India is accomplishing a broader goal of ensuring global well-being.

Addressing the inaugural session of the Jain International Trade Organization (JITO), the Prime Minister said, “Today the world sees India’s development resolutions as a means to achieve its goals. Whether it is global peace, global prosperity, solutions to global challenges or empowering the global supply chain, the world is looking to India with great confidence.

“Whatever area of ​​expertise, whatever area of ​​concern, whatever difference of opinion, the rise of New India unites everyone. Today there is a general feeling that India is now moving beyond probability and potential and achieving a larger goal of global well-being,” he said.

The Prime Minister said, “Today, the country encourages talent, trade and technology as much as possible. Now the country registers dozens of startups every day and tries to create a unicorn every week,” Prime Minister Modi said.
The Prime Minister today addressed the inaugural session of “JITO Connect 2022” via video conference.

JITO is a global organization connecting Jains around the world and JITO Connect is an attempt to help business and industry by providing an avenue for mutual networking and personal interactions.

“JITO Connect 2022” is a three-day event held at Gangadham Annex, Pune from May 6-8 and will feature several sessions on various business and economic issues.