12 Jun 2020, 08:36 pm By Rohit Sindhu
PM Modi to deliver inaugural address of 95th annual plenary session  of ICC at 11 AM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address the 95th annual plenary session of the Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) today at 11 AM through video conferencing. Previously, early this month PM Modi addressed the inaugural session of the 125th anniversary of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). PM Modi in the virtual conference with CII members stressed on Aatmanirbhar Bharat and to bring back Country's growth. 

"Our industries should work on products which come under Made in India, Made for World. The country now needs to manufacture products which are 'Made in India' but are Made for the World", said Prime Minister Modi while addressing the conference. 

Amid pandemic CoronaVirus outbreak across the world, PM Modi is virtually active and actively participating in video conferences to look into the various national and international matters. Yesterday, PM Modi had a telephonic conversation with the Chief Minister of Assam Sarbananda Sonowal to take an update on the Baghjan fire tragedy in Assam and assured all possible support from the Centre. 

He also held a video conferencing with Uttrakhand state government to review the Kedarnath Math development and reconstruction project. Modi reviewed various aspects relating to the Kedarnath Reconstruction project and emphasized on redevelopment that is eco-friendly to ensure convenience to pilgrims as well as tourists.

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Early this month, PM Modi held first every virtual bilateral summit with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison with an aim to strengthen the ties with Australia and its upward trajectory.  PM Modi said, "India and Australia share deep and extensive ties based on the shared interest and values between the two countries. There are endless opportunities to strengthen our friendship, it also brings with it challenges to this potential into reality, how our relationship becomes a factor of stability for the region."