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India is growing as Global Manufacturing Hub, says PM Modi

In a competitive world where India is more into the new era of Science & Technology, Space Exploration and other factors in the build-up to the economic development, the nation is improving day by day because of every individual’s effort.

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India is growing as a global manufacturing and startup hub. PM Modi further added that several Made-in-India products such as cars and smartphones are today exported to other nations from whom the country to import.

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PM Modi said that rail tracks, metro train coaches and satellites are being manufactured today in India itself by using Indian steel, which means that there could be more employment opportunities. This is indeed a good news. We have also seen that Samsung recently opened the worlds biggest mobile phone manufacturing plant in Uttar Pradesh.

“India is becoming a manufacturing hub,” PM Modi told the Indian community event as Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni marked his presence.

“It’s possible that when you buy a smartphone in Uganda next time. you will get the one Made in India. Make in India today has become the hallmark of India. Many of our products. inducing cars, smartphones, are sold today to countries from whom we used to import,” Prime Minister Modi said.

According to PM Modi, over 11,000 startups have been registered in India in the last four years, expanding a lot of possibilities.

“My visit to Uganda has been productive. I express gratitude towards President @KagutaMuseveni and the people of Uganda for their kindness through the visit. This visit will lead to further cementing of bilateral relations, particularly giving a strong impetus to economic ties,” PM Modi wrote in his official Twitter handle giving his opinion on Uganda and its people.

Written by Chaithanya G

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.

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