Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday that Bengaluru represents the country’s start-up spirit, which has elevated India to a different level.
During a program at the Bengaluru “Statue of Prosperity” inauguration, he started his speech by paying rich tribute to the great leaders from the Karnataka.
“I feel fortunate to have arrived in Bengaluru on such a memorable day. Two of the country’s greatest sons, Sant Kanaka Das and Maharshi Valmiki, both celebrate their birth anniversary on this day. I pay my respects to both of them.” PM Modi said.
Prime Minister Modi claimed that a start-up is more than just an organization; it also represents the confidence and aspiration to advance a country. The Prime Minister claimed that Bengaluru is essential to India’s development as a start-up hub and that India is well-known throughout the world for its start-ups.
“Bengaluru represents the spirit of the start-up. India is renowned for its start-up businesses throughout the world.” PM Modi added.
According to the prime minister, this is a significant day for Karnataka because it will get the Vande Bharat Express, the Bharat Gaurav Kashi Yatra train, and a top-notch airport terminal. He claimed that the 108-foot-tall statue of Nadaprabhu Kempegowda would motivate Indians to forge a strong international leadership identity.