New Delhi, September 8
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday stated at a time when India’s voice and native merchandise have been going international, the nation’s media trade additionally wanted to go international.
Inaugurating the Patrika Gate in Jaipur through video conferencing, the Prime Minister stated: “India’s local products are going global. India’s voice is also becoming more global. The world listens to India more intently. India has a strong presence on every international platform. In such a situation, the Indian media also needs to go global.”
Narendra Modi described the Patrika Gate as a mirrored image of the tradition of Rajasthan. The iconic gate has been constructed by the Patrika Group of Newspapers on the Jawaharlal Nehru Marg in Jaipur.
He additionally launched two books written by Gulab Kothari, chairman, Patrika Group of Newspapers, through video convention. Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and Governor Kalraj Mishra have been current on the occasion.
Alluding to the literary work, Prime Minister Modi stated: “Almost every big name during the freedom struggle was associated with writing. Our great saints and great scientists were also writers. In any society, the enlightened section of the society, the writers, are like a pioneer. They are the teachers of society. Schooling gets over, but the learning process lasts the entire life, it goes on every day. Books and authors also play a major role in it.” IANS