Democracy, demographic dividend & demand give India a unique advantage says Vice-President

RSTV Bureau
 Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu meet Indian Community, living in Romania.

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu meet Indian Community, living in Romania.

The Vice President of India Shri M Venkaiah Naidu has said that India is proud of its diaspora that have gained the tag of peace loving people in the countries they reside. Addressing the Indian Community in Bucharest in Romania on the last day of his three nation visit, he asked them to reconnect with India and invited them to be part of India’s growth story.

We feel proud of our Diaspora and its achievements. I urge all of you to take a step forward and re-connect with India and see how you can participate in India’s growth story, he said.

Saying that India Romania relations are filled with warmth and affection, Vice President said that India and Romania have much to benefit from a closer partnership. You represent India in Romania and Romania in India and your role in both connecting and developing our ties is very important.  There is huge potential for investment and trade between the two countries, he said.

Saying that India has become the favourable destination for companies and investors across the globe, he said that the systematic reforms undertaken by the Narendra Modi lead government is changing the face of India.

He said that India’s youth that contribute to 65% of its total population are the strength of the nation and said the process of providing skill, knowledge is on. He said economic reforms including digitisation of the economy, tax reforms like Goods and Services Tax (GST) to create a seamless economy have increased the world’s engagement with India.

Vice President said that 3Ds- democracy, demographic dividend and demand give India a unique advantage in the world.  He said that India with 1.3 billion people generate huge demand.  The youth are potentially the prime moves of tomorrow’s India. To tap this potential, we are working in a campaign mode to skill India’s youth. We want them not just to fulfil India’s needs, but also to meet the growing global demand of skilled manpower, he said.