Opening ceremony of 7th India Industrial fair

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Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Friday (April 22), in presence of Union Minister for MSME Narayan Rane, inaugurated the Opening Ceremony of the four-day long 7th India Industrial Fair, titled UDYAM 2022, at Veterinary College Field in Khanapara, Guwahati organised by the Northeast chapter of micro, small & medium enterprises industry body Laghu Udyog Bharti.

The 7th India Industrial Fair 2022 is being held for four days from 22 April to 25 April at the Veterinary College Field, Khanapara.

Held by the industry body in association with Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprise of Government of India and Department of Industries, Commerce & Public Enterprises, Government of Assam, it is aimed at providing the producers and manufacturers in the MSME sector a platform to showcase their products and items to prospective buyers from both government as well as the private sector.

Speaking on the occasion, CM Sarma lauded the efforts of Laghu Udyog Bharti for taking initiatives for organising events like this, said such platforms would help the new crop of entrepreneurs in the sector by motivating them to go ahead with greater zeal, witnessing the enthusiasm among prospective buyers for new and innovative products in the market.

“Start-ups will get new direction through initiatives like this (UDYAM 2022)… Platforms such as this by connecting the producers with the prospective buyers would act as a potent driver for growth in the MSME world,” the Chief Minister said.

“For the MSME sector to reach its full potential, it is the need of the hour that fearless entrepreneurs not averse to risk-taking take the lead in helping it (the sector) reach newer heights,” he said.

CM Sarma, speaking on the role of the MSME sector towards the country’s Gross Domestic Product, expressed his gratitude to the industry as a whole for its contribution towards nationbuilding through creation of wealth and employment opportunities for the nations youths.

The Chief Minister also appealed to Union Minister of MSME Narayan Rane to come up with a new industrial policy for the Northeastern part of the country, in line with the one that was enacted for the Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir, so that investors look favourably at the region for their precious investments.

The opening ceremony was also attended by Assam Industries & Commerce Minister Chandra Mohan Patowary and numerous guests, including All-India President of Laghu Udyog Bharti Baldev Prajapati.

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