Gandhinagar (Gujarat) [India], August 28 (ANI): Success of Maruti-Suzuki signifies the sturdy India-Japan partnership, Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned on Sunday whereas addressing a programme marking the commemoration of 40 years of Suzuki Group in India.
PM Modi on Sunday laid the inspiration stone of the Maruti Suzuki Vehicle Manufacturing Facility for Haryana and Suzuki EV Battery Plant for Hansalpur in Gujarat on the occasion in Gandhinagar, Gujarat.
Recalling former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s efforts to take India-Japan ties to a different degree, Prime Minister mentioned, “In the last eight years, this relationship between the two countries has reached new heights.””Today, from the bullet train in Gujarat-Maharashtra to the Rudraksha centre in Banaras, many development projects are examples of Indo-Japan friendship. And when it comes to this friendship, every Indian definitely remembers our friend, former Prime Minister Late Shinzo Abe.”He expressed hope that in continuation of Abe’s legacy, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will take ahead the connection between the 2 nations. “When Abe came to Gujarat, the time he spent here is fondly remembered by the people of Gujarat. Today PM Kishida is taking forward the efforts he made to bring our countries closer,” PM Modi mentioned.
PM Modi confused that the relations that exist between Gujarat and Japan have at all times been increased than solely diplomatic ties. “I remember when the Vibrant Gujarat Summit was started in 2009, since then Japan has been associated with it as a partner country,” the Prime Minister mentioned.
“The success of Maruti-Suzuki also signifies the strong India-Japan partnership. In the last eight years, these relations between our two countries have reached new heights,” he added.
The Prime Minister additional spoke extensively about the advantages of electrical automobiles. “One of the great features of electric vehicles is that they are silent. Be it a 2-wheeler or a 4-wheeler, they don’t make any noise. This silence is not only about its engineering, but it is also the beginning of a silent revolution in the country.”India has introduced in COP-26 that it’s going to obtain 50 PC of its put in electrical capability from non-fossil sources by 2030 and we have now set a ‘Net Zero’ goal for 2070, PM Modi added.
PM Modi was current together with Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel to mark the fortieth anniversary of Suzuki in India. (ANI)