Thursday, 9 October 2014

PM Narendra Modi for symbiotic relationship with states

INDORE: Underscoring the importance of a symbiotic relationship between Centre and state for overall development of the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday emphasized upon creating a global talent pool with the assistance of NRIs across the globe. He was addressing the delegates at inaugural function of Global Investors Summit here.

"It is the Centre's responsibility to encourage the states and help them over the new challenges in the way of the country," said the Prime Minister adding that he has conceptualised "Team India" comprising all the chief ministers from across the country working for the national goal. He exhorted that the centre and state must work hand-in-hand for a larger cause.

The Prime Minister said that instead of getting into rat race, the states and centre must be interdependent on each other. Driving home his point, he said instead of 1+ 1 which makes 2, he wants to develop a strong bonding between Centre and the states so that 1 + 1 is equal to 11, which is possible only if the bitterness between the states and the Centre is removed.

About the global pool talent, the Prime Minister, who has recently returned from his successful trip to the United States of America, Modi said that it is a time to reach to global market. "Under the intellectual property rights," said the Prime Minister, "We have ample scope to take the advantage of experiences and talents of our NRI brethren settled in various parts of the country".

In his about 40-minute speech, the Prime Minister heaped praise on chief minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chouhan for having walked an extra mile in implementing the Centre's scheme. "The chief minister has not only got 35 lakh people from Madhya Pradesh to get their accounts opened in various banks, he has also made the families a party with the account holder".

The Prime Minister patted Chouhan for having removed Bimaru state's stigma from MP. "With regard to organic farming contribution, Madhya Pradesh has the contribution in the field by about 40, which is highest in the country", said Modi adding that it reflects Madhya Pradesh chief minister's commitment to holistic health care. Investors' Summit,Shivraj Singh Chouhan,prime minister Narendra Modi

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