National Maritime Day: India’s maritime sector has made progress over the past 8 years, says Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Modi tweeted: “Today, on National Maritime Day, we recall our glorious maritime history and underscore the importance of the maritime sector to India’s economic growth. Over the past 8 years, our maritime sector has reached new heights and helped boost trade and commerce. Activities.”
Prime Minister Modi added, “Over the past 8 years, the Government of India has focused on port-driven development, which includes expanding port capacity and improving the efficiency of existing systems. The waterways are exploited to secure access for Indian products to new markets.”
Today, on National Maritime Day, we remember our glorious maritime history and highlight the importance of the sea… https://t.co/Ot342xpMoX
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 1649125344000
Over the past 8 years, the Indian government has focused on port-led development, which includes expansion of port capacity… https://t.co/DwfjHfvrKa
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 1649125346000
“As we leverage the maritime sector for economic progress and build an Aatmanirbhar Bharat, we are also taking necessary precautions to ensure that the marine ecosystem and diversity of which India is proud is safeguarded,” added the Prime Minister.
As we leverage the maritime sector for economic progress and building an Aatmanirbhar Bharat, we are also… https://t.co/izFnQmAndf
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 1649125347000
National Maritime Day was first celebrated on April 5, 1964. Since then, every year the day has been celebrated nationwide.
The day is dedicated to celebrating the central role that the maritime industry plays in the growth and sustenance of the Indian economy.