FICCI Delegation Calls on PM

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NEW DELHI: An 11-member delegation from the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry – FICCI – called on the Prime Minister,  Narendra Modi On June 30 .

Members of the delegation appreciated various steps taken by the Union Government to improve ease of doing business, and for the ‘Make in India’ initiative.

The Prime Minister was also informed of the launch of the India Sanitation Coalition, under the aegis of FICCI.

Prime Minister urged Industry to be more proactive towards the cause of sanitation, as part of their CSR initiatives.

Prime Minister urged FICCI to motivate Indian Industry to work towards growth in key sectors such as agro-products, textiles and defence related manufacturing. He also urged Industry leaders to take advantage of the various initiatives being taken by the Union Government for the infrastructure sector, including railways.

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