Chandigarh: “We live in an era where even ideas and innovations are thoroughly funded and there is no scarcity of talent pool to realize the country of our dreams,” says Shri Jai Prakash Dalal, Hon’ble Minister of Agriculture & Farmer Welfare, Law & Legislative, Government of Haryana today. He was addressing CII Northern Regional Conference on Strategy for India@75 at CII Northern Region headquarters at Chandigarh. Shri Dalal also emphasized on all-round upliftment of rural locales to ensure the overall development of the Indian nation.
CII organizes Regional conference on Strategy for India@75
This conference is an attempt for creating a platform wherein experts from some of the key constituent sectors that are supposed to substantially contribute in making India as we visualize when it turns 75 will deliberate and share their views.
“We are fully committed to supporting the Indian Industry to achieve its targets by fostering the strategic public-private partnership model,” said Lt General GS Sangha, AVSM, SM, VSM, Chief of Staff, Headquarters Western Command while sharing his views on the envisioned India@75.
Mr. Sanjay Baniwal, Director General of Police, UT Chandigarh also graced the occasion and said: “I congratulate CII on completing 125 years and take this opportunity to acknowledge its enormous contribution in the growth and progress of the Indian nation.”
Mr. Baniwal also opined that the young generation has a ready foundation on which the edifice of the nation can be strongly built.
Mr. R M Khanna, Past Chairman, CII Northern Region & MD, Stanley Engineering Pvt. Ltd. Shared during his remarks that “Development has become a mass movement for CII as it has been tirelessly working with an objective approach to do what is best in the interest of the nation.” He added that we look at a bright & glorious future of our country as it will complete 75 years of its freedom.
Dr. S K Bijlani, Past Chairman, CII Northern Region & President, Magnus Consulting Pvt. Ltd expressed his views and said that along with the reformatory concepts, their effective implementation will certainly ensure the envisioned $5 trillion economies by 2024-25. He further mentioned that the demographic dividend should not become a demographic divide for our nation and we must focus on collaborative & inclusive growth.
A panel discussion that attempted to create a platform where we can understand the expectations of the youth as well as the role that they aspire to play in making India of their dreams also saw the light during the Conference.