PM Narendra Modi took another step towards tech India on Thursday when he inaugurated the Bengaluru Tech Summit through video conferencing.
Frth the Bengaluru Tech Summit virtual inauguration, Modi said that his government has made technology a part of all schemes.
He said “ Our government has successfully created a market for digital and tech solutions… Through technology, we have enhanced human dignity. Millions of farmers received monetary support in one click. At the peak of the COVID-19 lockdown, it was technology that ensured that India’s poor received proper and quick assistance.”
According to the Times of India reports, the event consists of more than 300 Indian companies setting up their virtual inauguration. More than 4,000 delegates, 270 speakers, 50,000 participants and 75 panel discussions will be held in the event.
Another major highlight of the event in the participation of Karnataka CM B.S. Yediyurappa. While explaining the importance of Karnataka in nation building he said, “We are keen on making Karnataka the most attractive destination for investment, particularly for high-end technologies.”
“PM has a great vision of making India a 5-trillion dollar economy and a global economic powerhouse by 2025,” said Yediyurappa.