‘Make In India’ Not Just Confined To India Anymore, Benefitting Others: Jitendra Singh


The ‘Make In India’ initiative of the government is not only helping the country grow but also benefitting other nations as part of the global community, Union minister Jitendra Singh said Friday.

Addressing a gathering of senior offices of the armed forces, industry leaders and other stakeholders on the second day of the Defence and Homeland Security Expo & Conference here, the Minister of State in Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) said this aspect was best highlighted in the achievement of the Mangalyaan mission helmed by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and the planned first manned space mission of India.

“The Make In India theme is now no more just confined to India. It is contributing to a community of nations, world over. Our Sriharikota launching pad facilities are being used by countries which began space exploration much earlier than India. Read More

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