To become a leader in the 21st century, India will have to adopt technology in all sectors: Arjun Ram Meghwal
PUNE: “Technology will not stop, and it will come in all sectors and it will be the work of the technocrats to take it ahead. If India wants to be a leader in the 21st century then it will have to adopt the technology. Optimum utilization of technology should be our focus and it should be a part of our Research and Development and automotive sector, which is advancing in India. At the same time, technology should not disturb our geographical, economical and population systems and should work in accordance,” said Arjun Ram Meghwal, Minister of State for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, Government of Maharashtra.
He was speaking at the launch of India’s first Centre of Excellence of Green Mobility set up by Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) at Chakan, Pune today. C. V. Raman – President ARAI, R. M. Petkar – Vice President ARAI, Rashmi Urdhwareshe – Director ARAI along with Senior Deputy Directors of ARAI A. A. Deshpande, N. V. Marathe, and K. Srinivas were also present on the occasion.
“Considering our next generation, we have to think about what we are going to leave for them. Former Indian president, Late APJ Abdul Kalam while delivering his last lecture called ‘Creating a Livable Planet Earth’ in Shillong had stressed the fact that if the earth is our mother then why are we polluting instead of cleaning it? The launch of Centre is a tribute to him,” Meghwal said.
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