On the occasion of the 39th Foundation Day of the Indian Industry Business Board on Sunday, in the National Merchants Day organized through a webinar, Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said that just give us two more years, the situation in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar will also change. It used to take four and a half hours to reach Delhi from Meerut. A 16-lane road was built with the loan. Now this problem has ended, saving both time and oil. He informed that 22 green highways are being built in the country, which will make it easier to transport or ship goods from Delhi or Gujarat to South India. At the same time, Union Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal said that it is necessary to use the things made here to increase more employment opportunities in India.
Traders told Gadkari that Vishwakarma of India
Nitin Gadkari told the traders that now the journey from Delhi to Amritsar will also take place in just four hours. Mumbai to Delhi can be reached in 12 hours. Told that the road from Surat to Madras and Bangalore via Ahmednagar, Solapur is being reduced by about 250 km. A new road is being built for this, so that there will be no need to go to Mumbai-Pune. Along with this, a highway was built between Mumbai and Pune, which would complete the journey in two hours, earlier it used to take nine hours. This will save both money and time. If the traders save, then the country will move forward. On his speech, traders called Gadkari even the Vishwakarma of India. Said, you have done the work of Vishwakarma by fulfilling Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s road wishes.
Mobile is also being built in our country
In the webinar, Union Minister Piyush Goyal said that it is necessary to use the things made here to increase employment and new opportunities in India. For this, quality production is necessary. Well now people have become aware themselves. About 90 percent people want to use goods made in India. They are openly saying that they will not take the products of anyone who does not treat India properly. It is said that now the components of mobile and television are also being made in the country, which was earlier dependent only on foreign countries. Said that even things like incense sticks used to come from outside, but now it will not happen. The two ministers also talked about inspector raj and the elimination of corruption. In the webinar, Kamla Kant Pandey, Senior Vice President of UP Business Division, Joint General Secretary Devendra Narayan Singh, Minister Rakesh Gupta, District President Ramakrishna Srivastava, Nandlal Jaiswal, Manoj Keshari, Lalita Sharma etc. kept the views. The chairperson was presided over by the national president and former MP Shyam Bihar Mishra and the operations were conducted by Mukund Narayan Mishra.