Tremendous opportunities and exciting projects across various sectors were among the attractions offered up as part of a latest “Come to India” drive.
Indian external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj added an emotional angle to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Make in India” call as she urged the Indian Diaspora to actively participate in India’s growth story at the recently-concluded Regional Pravasi Bharatiya Divas in London.
Swaraj said: “I have come here not just to address you but to invite you; now is the time to come to India. There are immense opportunities waiting there for you. I promise I will listen to all your problems and solve each one of them.
“As we rejoice in the success of the Indian Diaspora, we also invite you to actively participate in India’s growth story. Our government is fully committed to good governance, clear policies, efficiency, accountability, speedy decision making, transparency and favourable business environment.