Addressing a meeting organised by various professionals of Indian origin in Silicon Valley, Union minister Nitin Gadkari urged the Indian community of professional to engage in the current scheme of things that the Narendra Modi government is rolling out day after day. He asked them to take advantage of the “Ease of doing Business” policy that is aimed to make the paperwork and establishing and running of a company easy in the sub-continent and also to contribute to the country’s ambitious “Make in India” program aimed at making the country a manufacturing powerhouse.
The meeting had the presence of Global Indian Technology Professionals Association (GITPRO) and TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs) US chapter among other groups. He said that the government is rolling out revolutionary policy initiatives that has brought a lot of positivity for entrepreneurs not just locally but also globally and which has increased the number of individuals starting up substantially making India the third in the world in terms of start-up companies. He asked the professional present in the meeting to bring their innovations and technologies to India that could help the country grow in sectors that are of peak importance in the country to enable the economy to grow, especially the infrastructure sector like roads transport, highways and shipping as well as road safety program.
The government is trying its best to encourage entrepreneurship in the country. The prime minister had announced an action plan back in January this year and a few days’ back it announced another advantage of tax relaxation scheme for the start-ups.