Middle-East Largest Gurudwara Honor BJP leader Jolly
New Delhi: Delhi Study Group President & Senior BJP Leader Vijay Jolly recently participated in Knowledge Summit -2017 organized at Dubai World Trade Centre. The program was held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE, Ruler of Dubai.
The two days Knowledge Summit on theme “4th Industrial Revolution” was at the directives of H.H. Sheikh Ahmed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Guest of Honor was Prime Minister of Jordon Hani Al Mulqi. This platform brought together decision makers, thinkers, experts, scientists, pioneers, academics, specialists from knowledge industry to review best practices & offer solutions to meet challenges.
Engaging 140 countries, Global Knowledge Index 2017 released at the Summit ranked India at the 82nd position.
Participating Indian delegate Vijay Jolly evoked loud cheers from the assembled Arab intelligentsia while echoing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s firm commitment to weed out terrorism & save humanity.
Mankind already witnessed three industrial revolutions. The first invention of steam engine, the second industrial revolution where steam power was replaced by electricity in communication & transport sectors. While third revolution saw invention of computers and first message using internet which today affects all aspects of manufacturing, communication & education. And fourth revolution shall be spearheaded by key technologies like artificial intelligence, robotics, self driving cars, 3D printing, big data, nanotechnology, biotechnology, energy storage and quantum computing. Experts at summit believed the fourth industrial revolution will affect every aspect of life in future – political, social and economic and will enhance production of knowledge.
The largest Sikh Gurudwara in Arab World located at Jebel Ali led by Chairman Sardar S.S. Kandhari honored Jolly with Saropa. In his address to the large assembled Sikh Sangat, Jolly said that India & UAE are largest trading partners.
New chapter in Indo-UAE relations started with PM Narendra Modi Dubai visit in August-2015. It strengthened trade, investment, security & counter terrorism.
And two historic India visits by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince Abu Dhabi, first in Feb-2016 and later as Chief Guest at 68th Indian Republic Day on 26th Jan 2017, resulted in 14 new agreements & start off new-strategic partnership between India & UAE said Jolly.
Four million (40 lakh) non resident Indians are the hard working migrant work force in UAE. We salute you for your honesty & hard work stated BJP leader Jolly.
1,065 weekly air flights reflect strong India-UAE relations. Travel tourism capacity is running at 100% level with 1,30,000 seats full per week. This is PM Modi ji’s good governance charisma claimed Jolly.
The world noticed India’s growing clout when “Burj-Khalifa” world’s tallest building in Dubai was lit in “Colors of India” earlier this year on 26th Jan 2017 reiterated Jolly to large assembled NRI audience in Gurunanak Darbar.
Visiting Indian leader Jolly paid courtesy call on Navdeep Suri, Ambassador of India, UAE & also met Dubai police Director General of Intelligence Brigadier Khalid Nasser Al Razooqi at Dubai Knowledge Summit.
The Overseas Friends of BJP currently Indian People’s Forum, UAE emirate Conveners namely Girish Pant (Dubai), Mrs. Ira Bhargava (Umm Al Quwain) & Rajeev Ranjan Singh (Ras Al Khaimah) honored Mr. Jolly during his visit.
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