India International Trade Fair is a mega projection of new India says Prez Pranab Mukherjee
 Source : News Bharati English  Date : 14-Nov-2016

New Delhi, November 14: The 36th edition of the India International Trade Fair 2016 was inaugurated by the President of India, Pranab Mukherjee on Monday in New Delhi. President said that the India International Trade Fair is a mega projection of the new India that is fast taking shape. The   fair  symbolizes India’s   commitment  towards bringing  the  benefits  of  economic  reform to  its  people  from all walks of society, especially the under-privileged.
Expressing his views at the inauguration, the President said that the fair showcases the vision of a glorious  tomorrow,  a spirit of  excellence and achievement and unparalleled investment opportunity  through the  prism  of the ‘Make in India’ and ‘Digital India’ initiatives taken by the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.

The President complimented ITPO for the theme of ‘Digital India’, this year. He said that digital technologies, e-commerce, e-enabled and mobile services are major components of e-governance and would, over time, contribute significantly to GDP growth. At the same time, we also need to make use of our abundant renewable sources to create a society that is self-sustaining and mindful of its responsibilities towards the present and future generations.Embeded ObjectThe President extended his good wishes to all participants from India and overseas especially, the ‘Partner Country’ - the ‘Republic of South Korea’ - and the Focus Country, ‘Belarus’.  He expressed hope that the ‘Partner States’ for the IITF this year -Madhya Pradesh and  Jharkhand and  the ‘Focus State’ Haryana would make full use of the opportunities that this fair presents.

The President said that he was confident that the 36th edition of this fair would promote business convergence and cohesiveness amongst the investors, manufacturers and retailers. It would also hopefully create a better understanding and awareness of ‘Digital India’, ‘Make in India’ and the ‘Swachh Bharat’ campaigns.