Technology and science can help strengthen the rural economy in India which could help in stopping migration to urban communities Union minister Nitin Gadkari stated. He has stated while at the inaugurating a technical greatness community at the MGM University in Aurangabad by via of video conference.
Technology, research, and science can aid to strengthen the rural economy. A separate component of exploration should be attempted for strengthening the rural economy which would help cut down migration from areas like Vidarbha and Marathwada to Pune and Mumbai.
This will likewise take back the moved individuals to their particular local spots," said the Minister for Road Transport, Highways, and MSME. He likewise said the public authority was intending to chop down the import of raw petroleum and to stop it in the long run.
Farmers can play a significant role in making the nation independent in making fuel. We have overabundance (creation) of sugar, rice, and maize in the nation which can be utilized to make Ethanol," the BJP MP said. He said sugar industrial facilities should begin producing Ethanol "which will be purchased by fuel organizations as an arrangement for in any event next five years". We have helpfully made work vehicles which will help to run bio-CNG and can save at any rate Rs 1 lakh of a farmer for each year. This will help strengthen the rural economy in the nation," the Union minister added.
Gadkari additionally stated the significance of the automobile business in Aurangabad and Pune in Maharashtra. Pune and Aurangabad are significant focuses on the car business. We are intending to launch a scrapping policy which will assist us with getting scrap (material) from different pieces of the world. After segregation, we can get metal at a less expensive cost, which will help us in (worldwide) rivalry. We are wanting to make India the greatest manufacturing center point in the nation," Gadkari said.
The govt is additionally planning to raise the MSME area export to 60 percent in the following a long time from the current 48 percent, he said. Chairman of MGM association and former minister Kamalkishor Kadam and others went to the function.