On the 77th anniversary of Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the country from the Red Fort in New Delhi. He discussed the other outstanding accomplishments that the proud nation made along this amazing trip, as well as how the technology environment has changed over the previous ten years. Even more so, he emphasized the value of an India with a strong digital economy.
The government’s policies are supporting the youth of the nation, and their strength has helped India become the third-largest startup ecosystem in the world, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi stressed in his speech. PM Modi underlined India’s tremendous change in the digital sphere and emphasized the importance of digital innovation in India. He also emphasizes how well Digital India is doing in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities.
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During his recent trip to Bali for the G20 Summit, Prime Minister Modi stated that world leaders questioned him about the complexities of the success story of Digital India. He was quoted by a news source as saying, “Last year at the G20 Summit in Bali everyone wanted to know about the success of digital public infrastructure, especially the wealthy nations. And I said that everything India has accomplished is not just restricted to Mumbai, Delhi, and Kolkata, but that youth in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities are also having a significant influence in a variety of disciplines. I also mentioned that India’s rural and tiniest cities both exhibit courage of belief.
According to PM Modi, India is making progress toward modernization with a variety of capacities. India is advancing in its use of hydrogen and renewable energy sources. He continued, “While our ability in space is growing, we are quickly succeeding in deep-sea missions.” India is making progress, he said, from improved internet access across villages to quantum computers.
The future-shaping importance of technology was acknowledged by the prime minister. We are active in every industry, working on everything from deep sea and space missions to semiconductor manufacturing, electric buses, metro trains, Vande Bharat trains, and rural internet access. India is progressing in its goals.