Kolkata: An dependable of the ministry of exterior affairs (MEA) Friday said that the ‘Atmanirbhar‘ programme has been launched by the government to attain India as a hub of world provide chain and not inward searching. Rahul Chhabra, secretary (financial family) to the MEA said that the COVID-19 pandemic is treasure a ‘dark swan’ occasion which has brought in regards to the quickest decline in global output in history.
Talking at a webinar organised by Calcutta Chamber of Commerce, Chhabra said that the government has answered to this by launching the ‘Atmanirbhar’ (self-reliant) programme to attain India a nerve centre of world provide chain.
“It is undoubtedly not inward searching”, he said collectively with the programme also underscores the government’s faith in the non-public sector to deliver.
“The world has seen the likelihood of counting on one nation. Messages indulge in also been sent to Indian missions abroad to promote the nation in its set low-designate sourcing destination”.
Chabbra said India has proved that it’s the pharmacy of the world as medication were equipped to 125 nations for struggling with the COVID-19 crisis and 80 nations bought the medication as grants.
India has also been providing traces of credit to many countries internationally to construct infrastructure projects, he said.
The intention of industrial diplomacy is in accordance with the benchmarks of transparency, magnificent and equitable justice, Chabbra added.