PM Modi Says In A Letter To JITO, 'People's Enthusiasm, Excellent Work To Make India Developed Nation Our Biggest Strength'

PM Modi lauds the values of the Jain community for their work and efforts made in the field of education, health and other areas through JITO
PM Narendra Modi
PM Narendra Modi

PM Modi in a letter addressed to Jain International Trade Organisation (JITO) praised the excellent work of Indians across various fields and enthusiasm to make India a developed nation is the country's biggest strength.

In a written message to JITO on the seventh foundation day of its incubation innovation fund, Modi said that the kind of optimism and trust being seen worldwide for India is a reflection of the country's strength.

The JITO Incubation and Innovation Foundation (JIIF) hosted its annual Innovation Conclave on July 6-7 with the theme 'Ideas to Impact: Cultivating Innovation and Entrepreneurship.'

The Prime Minister has set a target to make India a developed nation by 2047 with a focus on the use of technology. He added, that reducing dependence on foreign products and promoting local products is one of their notable achievements.

According to the letter shared by organisers of the 7th foundation day of JITO Incubation and Innovation Fund (JIIF), the Prime Minister lauded the values of the Jain community for their work and efforts made in the field of education, health and other areas through JITO.

"Today's optimism and unwavering belief in our capabilities extend to all areas, including space science, defence, and business. Organisations like JITO have played a significant role in these achievements over the past decade, contributing to the vision of a self-reliant India," Modi said.

The two-day event featured leading minds from various sectors, including Vijay Shekhar Sharma (Paytm), Aadit Palicha (Zepto), and Sanjeev Bikhchandani (Infoedge). It brought together over 300 angel investors, 100 startups, 30 unicorns, and numerous international investors, providing unparalleled networking opportunities.

JIIF, a subsidiary of Jain International Trade Organization (JITO) has invested over Rs 200 crore in 80 companies and incubated over 25 Jain entrepreneurs.

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