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PM Narendra Modi, Innaugurats Vibrant Gujarat; World Leaders, Industrialists In Attendance

Jan 18th, 2019 12:41 pm | By | Category: LATEST NEWS


(THE NEWSMAN OF INDIA)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev today as he inaugurated the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit in Ahmedabad. Leaders of five countries and more than 30,000 national and international delegates, including CEOs of major companies from India and abroad, are participating at the three-day biennial event. Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the inaugural session of the summit aimed at giving a fillip to investments in Gujarat.

In the run up to the start of the Vibrant Gujarat Summit is scheduled to be held during January 18-20, the Prime Minister inaugurated the Global Trade Show at the Exhibition centre. The PM visited the various pavilions and evinced keen interest in the stalls of ISRO, DRDO, Khadi etc. among others bringing to the fore his vision of Make in India with an apt tagline- From Charkha to Chandrayaan. He was accompanied by the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Vijay Rupani and other dignitaries. The Global trade show is spread over an area of 200,000 sq. Mts, with more than 25 industrial and business sectors showcasing their ideas, products and designs under one umbrella here.

A series of events and programs have been organized alongside the summit. One of the major attractions today is Ahmedabad Shopping Festival– 2019 which will be inaugurated by the Prime Minister later this evening. Mascot of the Vibrant Gujarat Ahmedabad Shopping Festival will be unveiled by the PM on this occasion. Ahmedabad Shopping Festival 2019 is the first event of its kind in India and provides an opportunity for the enterprises from the city to showcase their products.

In addition to the flagship events organized as part of Vibrant Gujarat, the 9th edition of the Summit will also witness the launch of a completely new set of forums aimed at diversifying the nature of knowledge sharing at the Summit, and intensifying the level of networking between participants.

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