Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the worldwide Indian Scientist Summit on the occasion of today

A press release issued from the Prime Minister's Office said that the aim of this conference is to bring veterans of Indian origin on one platform who are related to academic and research institutions round the world.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the worldwide Indian Scientist Summit on the occasion of today
PM Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the worldwide Indian Scientist (Vaibhav) Summit on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti today. The conference provides a platform to global and overseas Indian researchers and academics. A press release issued from the Prime Minister's Office said that the aim of this conference is to bring veterans of Indian origin on one platform who are related to academic and research institutions round the world.

The Prime Minister will inaugurate this conference which can run from 2 to 31 October through video conference. Modi tweeted, "I am wanting to participate in Vaibhav summit." This conference brings together global scientists and researchers of Indian origin. Join us on October 2 at 6:30 pm too.In this conference, quite 3000 scientists, academics of Indian origin from 55 countries and quite 10 thousand migrant scientists and academicians are going to be involved.

while Prime Minister Narendra Modi has written a letter to all or any the village heads and sarpanches to implement the water life mission effectively. Prime Minister Modi has told within the letter how this mission has created history through public participation. Through this mission, not only will the matter of water system be solved, but it'll also help in handling water borne diseases like cholera, dysentery, diarrhea, encephalitis, typhoid etc. The Prime Minister appealed to the people and therefore the Gram Panchayats to form Jal Jeevan Mission a mass movement.

Prime Minister Modi has written this letter at a time when the country is taking steps towards becoming self-sufficient with fighting the corona epidemic. The letter mentions the efforts made by the central government within the last six years to supply road, housing, toilets, gas connections, electricity, checking account and pension to all or any the people. The Prime Minister explained how the Jal Jeevan Mission has emerged as a program in itself, during which the role of designing , implementation, operation and maintenance lies within the village communities through which the supply of beverage reaches every household .

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