India can benefit from promoting local industries: Indresh

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India can benefit from promoting local industries: Indresh

Monday, 25 May 2020 | PNS | Ranchi

The   National Security Jagran Manch organized National India webinar. The speaker of the event was Indresh Kumar, chief patron and mentor of Forum for Awareness in National Security (FANS).

 Kumar who is also national executive member of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh shared his thoughts among intellectuals and other dignitaries stating that despite India being affected by the Covid 19 epidemic, Country is strong.

Speaking on the occasion, Indresh Kumar in his address said that the economic package announced by Prime Minister Modi will benefit the cottage industries, small-scale industries, workers, farmers and the middle class.  Also, the economic package will also give new strength to the Indian industry.

Speaking on the use of products manufactured in the country to meet the economic challenges posed by the Corona virus, Indresh said, “It is a pleasant departure from the current policy based on globalization and liberalization, especially on the foreign capital based model of development.”

 He said that through his 'Swadeshi Swalamban Abhiyan', the platform will create awareness on the importance of 'Swadeshi' and self-reliance in the country.

The RSS member said that self-reliance can be achieved by revitalizing indigenous industry including small industries, small traders, artisans and rural industries and its goal is to increase inclusiveness with speed in employment generation. Blaming the past policy makers for their dependence on imported products in country, he said that his organization never relied on indigenous intelligence, resources and knowledge and placed excessive emphasis on foreign capital and multinationals.

 He said that “We call upon all patriotic citizens and industry to join enthusiastically with this Swadeshi Swalamban Abhiyan” to infuse the economy of the country on the basis of local intelligence, resources, knowledge, entrepreneurship and human values.

 “He emphasised on the issue of adopting local goods and food products, living a balanced life in his family and developing the minimum cost of living. With the help of society and Government, people did not die of starvation in India.”

“India will become self-reliant only through the capital of diligence and skill (craft),” said Indresh.  “PM is having constant talks and discussion with the Chief Ministers. Giving them leadership. Communicating with diverse sections on their behalf,” said Indresh.

Chairman of FANS Pawan Bajaj gave a welcome speech introducing the speakers and topic.  He expressed the role of emergency services rendered by doctors and other authorities in critical times. Sandeep Kumar, Vice President of FANS and associate professor of Sarla Birla University, Ranchi  introduced Indresh Kumar the Chief Speaker  of the National Webinar.

Treasurer of FANS, Rathin Bhadra gave a vote of thanks. In this program, the National Organization Minister of Fans, Golak Bihari, Dr. Amar Kumar Chaudhary, National Secretary, Bihar and Jharkhand, Honourary  Secretary Saket Modi, Joint Secretary Raja Bagchi, Dr. Hariharan, Dr. Raghavendra Kumar, Dr. Shivendra Prasad, Ex Judge Ramesh Kumar Merathia  and large number of people were present.

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