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Watch: PM Modi inaugurates Global Patidar Business Summit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi virtually inaugurated ‘The Global Patidar Business Summit (GPBS)’ today. The Prime Minister opened the summit at 12 pm, which is being held in Gujarat’s Surat. PM Modi had stated on Twitter that the summit is aimed at encouraging youth entrepreneurship and value creation. According to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), GPBS is being hosted by the Sardardham as part of ‘Mission 2026,’ which aims to boost the Patidar community’s socioeconomic development.

The summit, which is held every two years, had its first two editions (2018 and 2020) held in Gandhinagar. The main theme for this year’s edition is – “Aatmanirbhar Community to Aatmanirbhar Gujarat and India”. The Summit will bring together small, medium, and large businesses in the community, as well as nurture and support new entrepreneurs and provide training and job opportunities for educated youth. The three-day Summit, which runs from April 29 to May 1, will address a variety of topics, including government industrial policy, MSMEs, start-ups, and innovation.

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Highlights of PM’s address at the Event

Stressing on the need to deleop a self-relaint attitude, PM Modi said, “We just have to strengthen our self-confidence, our spirit of self-reliance. This confidence will come only when there is participation of everyone in development, and everyone’s effort will
be required”.

PM Modi also said thatthe government is making continuous efforts through its policies and through its action, it is trying to create an environment in the country that even the youth of an ordinary family become entrepreneurs.

In his address, PM Modi also lauded Mudra Yojana, saying that the scheme is encouraging even those people in the country to do their business, who never even thought about it. Further, highlighting the revolution created by the Production Linked incentive or PLI scheme, he said, “PLI scheme has not only filled the enthusiasm of Make in India in old sectors, but has also created possibilities for the development of new sectors like semiconductors”.

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